2019 was a bumper year for Wilderness Safaris – from expanding our conservation footprint in Rwanda with the opening of Magashi, to rebuilding Jao and King’s Pool in Botswana, and initiating and managing numerous ground-breaking conservation and other life-changing projects – and we are anticipating the same, if not more, this year. We are delighted to bring you just a few of the exciting events to look forward to in 2020.
Reopening Little Kulala – June 2020
From June this year, our guests can once again enjoy the Kulala Wilderness Reserve’s dramatic beauty in quiet luxury. Currently closed for a complete renovation, Little Kulala has always been a favourite for its notable architecture, elegant accommodation, warm Namibian hospitality, and proximity to the towering dunes of Sossusvlei.
A private gate exclusive to our reserve allows for a shorter journey into Namib-Naukluft National Park and these iconic dunes. Multiple immersive activities showcase the splendour, solitude and stark beauty of the Namib Desert, be it on foot, by vehicle, eco-sensitive quad-biking or hot air balloon. Sensory experiences range from scenic sundowners to learning about the southern skies, fine wine tastings in the cellar and starlit dinners in the desert.