Climate and Landscape
June was rather windy at Kulala Desert Lodge and with the wind comes dust… as expected, since the camp is on the doorstep of a very large sandy patch called the Namib Desert!
Early mornings and evenings were cool but the midday temperatures still ranged between 26° and 34° Celsius.
There is little to no vegetation on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve but some greener patches were seen next to the road on the way to the Sesriem Gate. This was a popular hangout for all the oryx and springbok for the area.
There were also occasional sightings of springbok, oryx, black-backed jackal as well as bat-eared fox at the waterholes while in addition, guests were wowed by the red dunes as a backdrop.
“Kulala Desert Lodge is in the most beautiful location. A memorable stay and perfect start to our trip around Namibia. Thank you.”
“I have been living and working and visiting Africa for 47 years. My stay at Little Kulala rates in the top 3 all time as a tourist.”