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Exploring the coastline of Walvis Bay, Namibia.This 3-hour fun filled tour takes you along Walvis Bay's tidal lagoon, home to abundant bird life and marine animals, all the way to Pelican Point and Seal Colony.Whilst enjoying fresh oysters with some bubbly onboard, you also learn about local ecosystem and have some interactions with "regular guests of our catamarans".Complimentary snacks & drinks.Our vessels comply with strict safety & licensing regulations of Namibia. Annual surveys and regular maintenance done to ensure maximum safety and comfort.Each of Sun Sail's Catamaran provides:Toilet facilityBlanketsFirst Aid Kit & First AiderLife jackets for adults and childrenFire extinguishers & other required safety equipmentWheelchair accessible
Pelican Point is a great place to see marine life in Walvis Bay—a colony of tens of thousands of Cape fur seals makes its home there year-round—but it is not particularly easy to get to. This tour takes you along the lagoon and salt mines to the point on a 4x4 vehicle, and provides the kayaking know-how to cruise the protected part of the peninsula near the colony.
Travelers can see larger mammals such as the Southern Right Whale and Humpback Whales are often spotted, while other species, such as the Gray and the Pygmy Right whales have made appearances, while cruising with a variety of seabirds, such as the Kelp Gull, Hartlaub’s Gull, Pelicans and Cape Cormorant. Our journey takes us past interesting ships and oil rigs in the bay.
Pelican Point is a great place to see marine life in Walvis Bay—a colony of thousands of Cape Fur seals makes its home there year-round. This tour takes you along the lagoon and salt mines to the point in a 4x4 vehicle and provides the kayaking know-how to cruise the protected part of the peninsula near the colony. For those who love to be outdoors, surrounded by animals, and without causing explicit alterations to the routine of these natural creatures.Pelican Point provides a home to thousands Cape Fur seals, lots of Heaviside's and Bottle-nose dolphins, black-backed jackals, flamingos and pelicans