This is a unique location , with the ocean meeting the dunes. Enjoy an off-road drive into the Namib Desert and see where the giant dunes meet the Atlantic and visit the Sandwich Lagoon. The drive itself is mostly along the beach. We do venture into the dunes and into the Kuiseb River Delta to vary the scenery a bit
Half Day : N$ 1500
Also known as the Swakop River Canyon. The drive through this canyon is simply breathtaking, as the barren rocks reveal the underlying layers. A view acroos the totally barren, rocky and eroded hills and valleys carved by the Swakop River.
Half Day : N$ 1500
Beach and Birds
Join us for a beautiful and educational beach drive. Learn about the local bird life, conservation areas and mussels. Afterwards, you join us for a feast of mussels and oysters with champagne on the beach. Cook your own mussel in a limpet with garlic butter and a secret mix.
Half Day : N$ 850
Combining the thrill of a catamaran cruise to the Walvis Bay Harbour and Pelican point, seeing the unique marine life, with the experience of visiting the Sandwich Harbor. This is a full day excursion
Full day : N$ 2300
Visit the beautiful Namib Naukluft Park. It forms part of the Namib Desert and the Naukluft mountain range. This is the largest game park in Africa and the fourth largest in the world (an area larger than Switzerland). A collection of creatures include snakes, geckos, unusual insects, hyenas, Oryx, Mountain Zebra and Jackal. A lucky few might even see a Giraffe. The region is characterised by high rocky ridges, made up fo dramatic blod red granites
Half Day : N$ 1800
Extended Sandwich Harbor Tour
See the majestic Sandwich Harbor. Learn more about the array of bird species at the Ramsar Site. See the !Nara plant and learn more about the unqiue wildlife. Drive over and learn more about the 3000 year old Kuiseb peat banks
Full Day : N$ 1800
It is the graveyard of out-of-luck sailors and sea captains whose ships lie in the shallow waters of some of the harshest terrain in the world. It is desolate, but beautiful. Many of the wrecks are completely destroyed by the sun and salty sea air, but a few are quite clear and visible and can be seen up close.