Found a little way along the dry Auab riverbed, Little Kulala is a stunning oasis in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve. From here, discover the unique serenity of the Namib Desert, but also find your sense of adventure.
From wilderness safaris to eco-conscious quad biking and beyond, there are plenty of ways to discover more of this incredible part of the world.
Little Kulala was inspired by Deadvlei; the nearby area with blackened dead trees sprouting out of the white salt pan – a must-see during your stay.
The resort tastefully combines the stark contrasts of the desert landscape with the very best of friendly hospitality. There are 11 thatched ‘kulalas’ (chalets), each with a private plunge pool where you can cool off after a long day of sightseeing.
The accommodation merges seamlessly into the desert, and provides the perfect backdrop for a holiday you’ll never forget.
Make sure you climb up onto your rooftop ‘sky bed’ for a spot of stargazing. It’s incredibly romantic and, because there’s no light pollution, the stars shine brighter than ever.
If you want to relax a bit more, you can always try a massage; it’s bound to leave you feeling refreshed for the next stage of your journey.
Little Kulala has a lounge, library and wine cellar for guests to use as they wish. It also offers a restaurant and bar.
For the best view of Sossusvlei, ask the hotel to arrange a hot-air balloon ride around the dunes. It’s a simply breath-taking experience.
Why We Love It
Little Kulala brings visitors close to nature while letting them indulge in little luxury at the same time; it’s a great place to spend a few nights.
Plan your stay at Little Kulala today.