Luxury desert suites in a solar-powered camp with easy access to Sossusvlei

Located along the dry Auab riverbed on the 27.000 ha exclusive Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Little Kulala is a totally solar-powered camp in a thriving rehabilitated wildlife area not far from Sossusvlei. In accordance with their strict in-house environmental standards, Little Kulala uses water-efficient devices and energy-efficient lights and appliances like inverter air-conditioning units. In appreciation of the local geology, the suites boast the grey and pink limestone colours and textures one sees in the striking surroundings. An exclusive-use gate takes you to the Sossusvlei dunes and Deadvlei nearby for iconic views. Immersed in the pristine desert landscape, guests are in the prime spot to delight in canyon hikes, starry-night sleep-outs and nature drives spotting desert-adapted wildlife.

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Best time to go to Namibia

Namibia is best visited between May and October when safari viewing is at its best. Between the winter months of May and July, daytime temperatures are moderate, while nights can get quite cold, so remember to pack a warm jacket. The veld fills with baby animals during the summer months of November and December. This is also an excellent time for birders as many migrant bird species have returned. The rainy season is from November to April, resulting in dramatic thundershowers and even desert flooding.


Luxury Desert Suites

The Luxury Desert Suites are climate-controlled rooms (with 1 family room option) that feature comfortable beds and exquisite decor and art featuring the pristine desert landscape as inspiration. Each luxury suite comes with its own plunge pool, private rooftop area, and shaded sala with an extra roll-out bed for starry-night sleep-outs.

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