Climate and Landscape
We have had some more rain and the area is looking better every day, especially around the camp. More rivers have been seen flowing through this desert area, although we are wondering if these are the final rains for the season. Nonetheless we are enjoying the cooler, cloudy days.
We have had a number of interesting animal sightings including a gemsbok (oryx) and her calf near camp and sociable weavers collecting grass for their enormous nests.
“Everything was a highlight especially the Sossusvlei, Quad biking, Hot Air Balloon. Landscape and Setting and the kindness and warmth of the lodge team”
“Dune climbing, animals, BBQ-Party, Nature colours, stars and the Milky Way!”
“The overall experience was unique and unbelievable. Thank you”
“What an exceptional experience. Wonderful”
Aletha Daries received a certificate for completing the Wilderness Chef’s Course. We also welcome two new chefs to Little Kulala: Merwin and Tangeni – and wish them all the best.