Kulala Wilderness Reserve - February 2018

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Climate and Landscape
The Kulala Reserve experienced an incredibly hot month and temperatures in the high 40° Celsius weren’t out of the ordinary. Usually the westerly winds cool down the area but even they weren’t effective, and most guests opted to sleep on their roofs under the stars.

Wildlife
The vegetation is still dry, and grazing is very limited for the bigger antelopes like springbok and oryx. Ostriches and oryx were seen regularly on drives and a lone warthog was sometimes seen at the waterhole. Brown hyaena were spotted around camp, looking for leftovers.

Camp Activities
An e-bike ride in the early morning is huge fun and a great way to start the day. And the views only add to the amazing experience!

Staff News
Wilderness Safaris Namibia MD Alexandra Margull, along with trainers Johan and Simon, visited Kulala Desert Lodge and Little Kulala, to discuss strategy and other plans. An operational walk was conducted around camp as well as back-of-house, with the minutest details taken into consideration.

Guest Comments
“A very welcoming start, here nothing is too much trouble for staff to do. Beautiful scenery, very quiet and calm. Food is excellent. Lots to do and see, the guides include you in their decision-making for what to see. Thank you for the lovely stay. To the housekeeper that cleaned our room, thank you very much for your kind attention regarding our washing. Thank you very much for keeping our room immaculate and for helping us out, please take care and send good wishes always.”
– Kulala Desert Lodge

“The staff were fantastic, your camp is just beautiful, and we could stay here forever! The room was super, as were the excursions and information, and we will recommend.”
– Little Kulala

 

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