• Service - good
• Rooms – very nice given the location. Air conditioner was struggling at times as insulation was poor
• Communal areas – very nice
• Internet access – limited and tedious, though relatively acceptable speed
• Food - good
• Beverages – good but basic wine
• Game drives/activities – basically only drive to dunes, balloon (which we could not do due to weather) and quad bike are worth taking; cars used a bit overaged
• Guides – very nice
• Logistics – issue as I mentioned was lack of scenic flight on transfer out, unclear why not offered
The staff and facilities at Little Kulala were excellent. They throw in a quad bike ride, a massage, and dune climbing and we genuinely felt like we'd been away for 5 weeks, not just 5 days.
Little Kulala - was excellent! The facility, the people and the food. We had no complaints at all and we loved it.
We really had nice tented accommodation. Superbly close to the dunes. The kids had a ball wandering around and climbing the rocks and into the dry river bed. The food here was the simplest of all the places we stayed in. It was still nice, though.
Our trip was ABSOLUTELY wonderful. Thank you for all your hard work and planning. I can hardly tell you what our favourite part or lodge was because each was so different and wonderful in it's own style. Sossusvlei and the amazing sand dunes had such majestic beauty that the lack if "real" animals went unnoticed. Also Little Kuala truly was a special camp and well worth the money. Etosha had amazing water holes and a desert feel with lots of animals in herds. It reminded me of the Lion King movie. (This was probably the only place where my planning was caught off guard. I did not realize that Ethosha Park is so big that you actually had to stay in several camps to see it all and to see the different animals - but then it is not like I had any more days in my itinerary to include that so it really was a mute point.)
Stunning, fabulous, really fantastic interior design both the main building and our Kulala - the family one which we had basically meant we had 2 separate Kulalas with the outside area/ plunge pool inbetween - so was more than perfect. Very good food too. Everything was great, the only thing that let it down was the staff. Considering this was the most expensive place it should have been much better 'Wilderness style' than Anderson Camp. The guest relations girl, Anne-Marie was fabulous but she was the only one.
The lodge at Little Kulala was very nice and the setting around the waterhole was good. We went on the drives morning and evening and saw some game but the highlight was the dunes and the dead vlei. Again 3 days was right for us . We enjoyed sleeping on the roof under the stars.