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Pelican Point Kayaking

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Waterfront | End of Atlantic Street, Walvis Bay 9000, Namibia
+264 81 147 6755
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Pelican Point Kayaking Half-Day Tour
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Kayaking amongst seals and dolphins on the protected side of the isolated pelican point peninsula - join us on our daily departures from the Walvis Bay Waterfront.
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“seal colony” (14 reviews)
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Hours Today: 7:45 AM - 12:30 PM
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Waterfront | End of Atlantic Street, Walvis Bay 9000, Namibia
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+264 81 147 6755
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1  Thank TheBigRetort
Reviewed 28 October 2017

A definite highlight of our Namibian holiday. Our guide was knowledgeable, with a good sense of humour. As a nervous swimmer also felt completely safe in the kayak on a grim grey morning. The coffee and sandwiches post activity were welcome! The seal colony ?...More

Thank fromleeds
Reviewed 5 October 2017

Can't begin to describe how incredible this experience was! By far the highlight of our Namibia trip!!! You leave at 8:00am and then drive an hour to Pelican Point passing lagoons filled with thousands of flamingos, pelicans and sand pipers. We didn't expect to see...More

1  Thank BondBehrmann93
Reviewed 10 September 2017

This was the highlight of our trip. Can't even explain the pure joy on all our faces as we kayaked amount thousands of baby seals. Some even jumping into our kayaks. Wallis Bay is about 30 minutes from Swakopmund. First you stop at the shop,...More

Thank JenniferV999
Reviewed 8 September 2017

A must do when visiting Swakopmund or Walvis bay, what an amazing experience to get up so close to so many seals. You are taken from Walvis Bay to Pelican Point where you are provided with waterproof tops and bottoms. You get lots of time...More

Thank yzat181
Reviewed 27 August 2017

非玩不可的獨木舟, 不需要消耗太大體力, 因為海獅群會自動游向我們. 海獅十分可愛, 會撒嬌, 會咬paddle, 會跟著你前進. this activity should be on everyone's bucket list!

1  Thank Brandy L
Reviewed 26 August 2017

A brilliant activity to do! We enjoyed the drive out to see the seals and hearing lots of interesting facts and stories about Walvis Bay from our very knowledgeable guide, Jens. The kayaking itself was easy which meant we could get very close to the...More

Thank 8892Emma
Reviewed 24 July 2017

This is a great day out when visiting Walvis Bay or Swakopmund. It's about half an hour by car from Swakopmund to the Walvis Bay harbour (no pick up). The tour takes you through Walvis Bay, you'll pass the salt factory, see pelicans and flamingo's,...More

Thank Tissa010
Reviewed 1 July 2017

There is a seal colony at the tip of the sand spit in Walvis Bay, which is some 40km south of Swakopmund. I don’t know how many seals live in this corner of the earth, but when we arrived, there were hundreds seal pups frolicking...More

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Response from Gerrie B | Reviewed this property |
I'd go for 3 days Etosha too.
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