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Sal Salis opens up early to welcome more Ningaloo Reef guests for 2023

Hidden away on the coast of Cape Range National Park, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is one of Australis’s best kept natural secrets, and nestled amongst the sand dunes lies droolworthy Sal Salis, an intimate eco-luxe camp offering guests a peaceful escape in WA.

Hidden away on the coast of Cape Range National Park, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is one of Australis’s best kept natural secrets, and nestled amongst the sand dunes lies droolworthy Sal Salis, an intimate eco-luxe camp offering guests a peaceful escape in WA.

With many Australians choosing to holiday closer to home this year, the 2022 season is almost completely sold out.

In response, Journey Beyond has opened Sal Salis’ 2023 travel season earlier than ever before with an extended season, encouraging eager guests to secure their place in this intimate experience, where outback, reef and ranges meet and merge into one.

“Australians can finally realise their dream of travel and explore some of this country’s amazing natural wonders,” said Peter Egglestone, Chief Commercial Officer for Journey Beyond.

“Due to an increased demand for adventurous getaways, we’re opening the 2023 Sal Salis season for bookings and extending the season from the beginning of March, to coincide with the start of whale shark season, through to mid-November. “

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Honeymoon Tent at Sal Salis

Sustainability is a priority at Sal Salis, and the camp’s small environmental footprint has a big impact on guests.

Taking great care to protect the fragile ecosystem, 15 spacious Wilderness Tents and one stunning Honeymoon Tent are designed to blend with the dunes and are just metres from the largest fringing reef in the world.

Each has an ensuite, hot water shower, and comfortable bed with stunning views of the Indian Ocean.

The social heart of the camp is the recently refurbished Lodge. Here, guests enjoy all-inclusive gourmet dining with chef-prepared meals served communally each night.

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Food at Sal Salis

For guests looking to explore beyond the white sand and venture into Cape Range National Park, many beautiful experiences are available to them.

A team of passionate guides is on hand during the day to host guided snorkelling, kayak expeditions and walks in the Ranges with the chance to see Australia’s iconic animals, as well as arrange whale shark & humpback whale swims.

Right now, you can save 10% when you book a Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef stay at least 6 months in advance. 

Click here or visit your local travel advisor for more information.

Conditions apply.