Your stay at Sal Salis is inclusive of all meals, beverages, complimentary snorkelling and non-motorised watersports, and twice-daily guided activities which you may opt into.
Your stay at Sal Salis is inclusive of all meals, beverages, complimentary snorkelling and non-motorised watersports, and twice-daily guided activities which you may opt into. These include guided hikes at Yardie Creek and Cape Range National Park, guided snorkelling on Ningaloo Reef, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding and other activities.
- All meals and beverages including wine, beer and spirits
- Daily sunset drinks and canapes
- All non-motorised water sports and snorkelling gear
- Twice-daily guided activities
Located within the Cape Range National Park right on the sand.
Access from Exmouth (Learmonth) Airport. You can fly direct to Exmouth from Perth. Transfers to Sal Salis are available; enquire for package rate.
Couples and families
Best Nearby Walk
Yardie Creek Gorge Walk or Mandu Mandu Gorge
Best Nearby Park
Cape Range National Park and Ningaloo Marine Reserve
Best Food & Wine Experience
Sunset drinks and canapes on the beach – a highlight of any day at Sal Salis
Best Place for Relaxation
The hammock on your deck
March to November (closed in the northern wet season)
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