Sustainable & Responsible
Sal Salis is located within the Cape Range National Park and on the shores of one of the world’s greatest fringing coral reefs. Guests come to Sal Salis to experience the pristine natural environment, the prolific marine life of Ningaloo Reef and the amazing diversity of fauna and flora. Sal Salis is a model ecotourism development camp operated under The Department of Parks and Wildlife. By virtue of the small size (16 eco-luxe guest tents) and the extreme care taken in operation, the impact on the environment is minimal.
While hosting guests in this ecologically unique environment, Sal Salis makes a firm commitment to the principles of sustainability and conservation. Each aspect of the camp: from energy usage to waste disposal; choice of linen; recycling of drink bottles, or the use of eco-certified cleaning materials has been carefully planned to minimise the impact on the land. Their investment in solar power at the camp is aimed at minimising carbon emissions.
Both Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park are World Heritage listed sites and the strongly held belief by the team at Sal Salis is that tourism should help foster the conservation of Australia's natural and cultural heritage.
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