Located in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve, luxurious Little Kulala sits at the gateway to the Namib Sand Sea and the reddish dunes of Sossevlei.
Accommodations at the camp consist of eleven climate-controlled chalets known as “kulalas”, the word for “to sleep” in the Oshiwambo language. Each chalet is uniquely and elegantly decorated. The en suite bathroom includes both an indoor and a romantic outdoor shower. As an added bonus, each kulala features a private deck with a refreshing plunge pool as well as a rooftop star bed for stargazing or sleeping outdoor under an expansive African sky. A family kulala is available and can house up to four people.
Nestled within the private 67,000-acre Kulala Wilderness Reserve, the lodge is immediately adjacent to Namibia’s world-famous Sossusvlei sand dunes. Renowned as much for their color as their size, the largest of these red-orange dunes soars to almost 1,000 feet. There are plenty of desert-adapted animals to be seen on the Reserve including ostrich, springbok, gemsbok, spotted hyena, and the occasional brown hyena. Some of the smaller creatures living in the desert include the bat-eared fox, black-backed jackal, porcupine, Cape fox, and aardwolf.