Cape Range National Park, WA
Photography: Journey Beyond
Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, a unique eco-luxury camp, harmoniously resides among the dunes within Cape Range National Park, with Ningaloo Reef at its doorstep. This intimate retreat is designed to coexist with the environment, adhering to strict principles of minimal impact and sustainability. Guests at Sal Salis enjoy all-inclusive stays featuring locally sourced meals. The camp’s 16 wilderness tents blend seamlessly with the coastal and bushland surroundings, offering a chance to disconnect and reconnect with nature.
Operating in partnership with Western Australia’s Parks and Wildlife Service, Sal Salis contributes 5% of its turnover to support conservation efforts. Sustainability audits, EcoTourism Australia membership and Nature Tourism certification underscore the resort’s commitment to responsible tourism. Sal Salis’ sustainable practices encompass minimal environmental impact, solar-powered energy, reduced water usage, efficient waste management and support for local suppliers and the community, making it a model of eco-conscious hospitality.