My one and only experience of Australia goes back to the early 90’s. I spent three weeks on this fascinating continent, visiting Brisbane and its surroundings as well as flying to Townsville. My wonderful memories include gorgeous beaches completely deserted on Magnetic Island and close encounters with koalas and kangaroos. I have always wanted to go back and now that a friend of mine is emigrating there I have an extra incentive to seriously look into it. She is the one who introduced me to Sal Salis. As many of you know, I cannot really be called the camping type but this kind of experience could definitely change my mind…

Sal Salis is a fabulous safari camp nestled in the Cape Range National Park in Western Australia. It gives its visitors access to Nigaloo Reef, Australia’s largest coral reef located at about 1’200 km north of Perth. Over 500 species of fish and 300 types of coral can be found in the clear turquoise waters and the camp hosts and guides see it as their mission to introduce their guests to this amazing natural beauty while doing their utmost to protect the environment they are so passionate about.

Sal Salis of course offers a wide range of water-based activities such as whale shark swimming or kayaking but also many others on solid ground. Star gazing and aboriginal history are just a couple of examples.

The accommodation is eco-friendly luxury camping combining high quality, comfortable sleeping quarters with tasty, mouth-watering food and a warm welcome. Western Australia also happens to be a fine wine region. Several packages are available, from corporate events to weddings as well as fishing safaris.

Enough said, time to daydream in front of the magnificent photos below…







Images courtesy of the Sal Salis website.





9 thoughts on “Sal Salis – A Taste Of Paradise”

    1. I have been to the Maldives too, but not camping! 😉 Would love to try this place. xx

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