Climate and Landscape
Little Kulala reported hot, hot and hotter days. It is the desert and it is summer, and the temperatures consistently touched the mid-forties Celsius. As is usual for this time of year, the clouds would build up quite spectacularly over the mountains during the day, but then the westerly wind would blow everything away by sunset.
Whether you are up in the blue skies or skimming the ground as only the Namib Sky Balloon Safari pilots can, ballooning is always amazing over the dune fields of Sossusvlei.
“Travel with Wilderness Safaris through Botswana and Zimbabwe in previous years meant we are great advocates of your camps and philosophies. Staff are always genuine and ready to engage and learn as well as impact their culture and environment and also their interest in our way of life. Mathew our guide was a character and Yvonne was always a very cheerful and helpful and also a competent contact. We wish you all the best...” – Kulala Desert Lodge
“Amazing staff made the experience so great, everyone went above and beyond to engage and make us feel at home. Manfred and Bertha spent a lot of time with us and I enjoyed their company a lot. Limbo and Anton did the desert. 10/10 crushed it.” – Little Kulala
Everyone in our business knows that when you make a lasting impression on a guest, they will put your name on their evaluation sheet and mention you in comments. Every quarter, we tally those names and Michael Kamerika is our latest Kulala Desert Lodge champion while Mamsy took top honours at Little Kulala. We salute you both!