Climate and Landscape
Little Kulala reported another hot month down in the south of Namibia with temperatures in the low 40° Celsius. There was some moisture in the air on a few days but no rain has fallen yet.
An enterprising oryx made use of the only shade available on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve plains, using the reserve’s sign to take a break from the heat.
Little Kulala wowed guests with special set-ups in its underground wine cellar as well as outside overlooking the dunes.
The staff also went all out on the meal-time décor for New Year’s Eve.
“Amazing honeymoon. Dear Emsie, Anton, Joel, Willie, Joanna, Josephine, Indi, Bertha and all staff we had contact with these 3 days… thank you for creating an unbelievable, unforgettable experience for us. From the moment we took off, the flight with Hano was smooth, we were set at ease, and the scenery as we arrived was memorable. Then as we landed to be greeted by Anton with drinks and great conversation. The warm welcome song and dance really expressed a feeling of joy and excitement to be spending time here. Everyone at the lodged showed so much genuine care for our expectations. Anton was a wealth of knowledge and taught us a lot about the land and took us on some unparalleled excursions. From private dinner in the cellar top a surprise lunch in the desert to a private dinner in our room, we could not ask for anything more.” – Little Kulala
“Loved the dunes, the white lady spider and the sidewinder snake, food was delicious and staff was friendly. Love the cleanliness and decoration of the place – gorgeous. Laundry is great.” – Kulala Desert Lodge