Kulala Wilderness Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Kulala Wilderness Camp Sossusvlei
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Another 5am wake-up call this morning, and this time it is to get to the dunes to catch the rising sun. An African sunrise is as spectacular as the sunsets, but the way the morning shadows play amongst the dunes will almost bring a tear to your eye!
Stunning colour, shadows and mysterious mountain backdrops make you quickly forget that this …
... climb that surely burnt off breakfast but failed to find anything significant. All that we found was lots of Rock Dassie and Mountain Zebra scat. A few small caves but clearly only Rock Dassies had inhabited them. Needless to say, I have a new found respect for those rocky mountains now, having experienced climbing them first hand. Hats off to this leopards and Klipspringers who bound up those rocks like they are tiny steps. So feeling a little more weary and carrying ...
Early morning, we left for Neuras. This was a four and a half hour drive, not including the brief fuel stop. We arrived around 1 pm, settled in, had some lunch and found a water hole and fountain to swim in afterwards. Later we had some sundowner drinks whilst watching the sunset. This was followed by dinner and a night game ...
... the sand storm 10km down the road to the sight of a petrified forest. This was an optional to pay to go and see, we chose not to and stayed near the truck instead. An hour was given to explore the sand filled surroundings. I was sick of sand so waited patiently in the hot truck. An hour turned into 3 when the petrified forest people finally arrived back. It was a long time for us to wait so some people got a ...
... our lodge near the Dunes. The drive took much longer than expected because we decided to stop to do a short hike in the Nakuluft Mountains. We arrived at Sossusvlei Lodge early afternoon with only enough time to check out Sesreim canyon before sunset - this pretty much looked like canyons in Utah!
Our lodge was situated right next to the gate -- so we could not get into the park before sunrise but could get in right at 6:30. The lodge was quite nice - we had our own tent ...