Full day Kayak & Sandwich Harbour Dune Drive Combo
This tour is for you if you would enjoy hopping into a kayak and joining our seals and dolphins for an intimate experience in their world at the tip of the remote Pelican Point Peninsula.
On the journey to the kayaking site you will see the Walvis bay wetlands, with plenty of birds including pelicans and flamingoes. Not to mention the worlds biggest salt mine. Pelican point is home to bottlenose dolphins, flamingoes, pelicans, black-backed jackals and up to 50 000 Cape Fur seals.
We then return to Walvis Bay where we will proceed with an invigorating trip to Sandwich Harbour. Sandwich Harbour is about 50 km south of Walvis bay where the Namib Desert meets the ocean. Enjoy the afternoon filled with adventure and exploring the beautiful sites of Sandwich Harbour.
It contains a large saltwater lagoon, extensive tidal mudflats, and a band of reed-lined pools fed by freshwater springs, which together form one of the most important refugees for birdlife in Southern Africa. Typically you’ll find about 30 species of birds at Sandwich Harbour at any given time. It offers food and shelter to countless thousands of migrants every year and some of the most spectacular scenery in the country – for those visitors lucky enough to see it. Where else can you walk alone along a pelican-covered beach while pink flamingos glide above the sand dunes?