Experience Australia’s newest World Heritage Area when you pay just $1371 per person, twin share for three nights in a beachside luxury eco tent at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef.
Saving you $684 per person off what you would regularly pay, this all-inclusive deal includes the following:
Surrounded by white sand dunes, the exclusive safari camp sits just 50-metres from the water and is designed with strict environmental principles in order to expose guests to the surrounding environment.
Featuring just nine luxury tents, Sal Salis has a bar, an open lounge area and a small reference library that provides respite from the heat of the day. A dinner of contemporary Australian cuisine is served as the sun sets over the Indian Ocean.
Providing access to one of the most beautiful fringing coastal coral reefs in the world, guests will have the chance to see over 500 species of fish, 250 coral species and 600 species of mollusc.
Around the camp, land-dwelling creatures including Black-footed Rock Wallabies, kangaroos, wallaroos and emus can be seen. In late November and December the area is also a popular breeding ground for turtles.
Located an hour south of Exmouth, Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is the only accommodation available in the Cape Range National Park. Transfers from Exmouth Airport are available for a fee, or you can drive yourself.
Valid for 3-night stays until 31 March, 2013. Single travellers can also stay for just $2056 per person (call to book).
Available until sold out.
Blackout dates: 17-18 October and 16 January to 15 March, 2013