Climate and Landscape
The Kulala Wilderness Reserve has not had significant rainfall in approximately five years, but all this changed during March. A heavy downpour surprised everyone in the desert. It also rained quite a bit in the surrounding mountains because the Tsauchab River flowed for the first time in many years. This caused great excitement and guests were swimming then running around in their swimming trunks celebrating this crazy phenomenon.
An absolute highlight on the reserve was a fleeting sighting of a brown hyaena.
“The kindest and the most efficient staff possible. All the respect to all of you who took care of us.”
– Kulala Desert Lodge
“Overall, the camp was an architectural design dream. Rooms were amazing. We stayed in Room 5 and I loved it.”
– Little Kulala