Little Kulala is an ultra-luxurious camp featuring eleven thatch-and-canvas chalets or “Kulalas” (Swahili for resting place) with en suite bathrooms set on wooden platforms, and private plunge pools. You may also sleep under the stars on the roof of their chalet—a private stargazing platform!
Activities at Little Kulala include morning visits to the Sossusvlei dunes, desert breakfasts under the camel-thorn acacia trees, and a visit to the Sesriem Canyon. Afternoon activities are taken on the private reserve, adjacent to Sossusvlei, taking in the desert scenery, the flora and perhaps a chance to see the animals like springbok, gemsbok and ostrich that survive in this harsh environment. The camp has a telescope and in the evenings the guides, who are trained in astronomy, will show you different sites in the sky.Optional activities include balloon safaris, quad biking and horse rides.
Wow! All were wonderful and it was fun to see different camps. The food was delicious, the staff was so friendly and helpful, and the tents had everything we needed to be comfortable. One of our favorite things was the hot water bottle! One of our favorite experiences was our sundowner at Tubu Tree. We were surprised when we came around a corner during our evening game drive to see a full bar and food table surrounded by candlelight in the middle of nowhere! We were pleased to find out that the cost of the quad bikes were included at Little Kulala.
More beautiful than Niagara Falls. We highly recommend the helicopter ride, tour with Esther, and staying at the Victoria Falls Hotel…
The Olive Grove Guest House was very nice! The tour of Windhoek, with emphasis on Namibia’s history, was fascinating, since we really didn’t know anything about this before we came. Our guide took us to Katatura, where he grew up, which we also highly recommend. He showed us the market in Katutura, where we tasted meat right off the grill.