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Long Beach Leisure Park

1st Street | 15 Km from Walvis Bay, Walvis Bay, Namibia
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Flamingo's

On our way to Swakupmond, we came here just to see the flamingo's. Then we went away again. We just... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
KristelM1
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Mechelen, Belgium
Flamingoes are smaller than I thought

It sure bursts my bubble of what I know about flamingoes. First at Long Beach, the flamingoes are... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gingermint
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Marblehead, Massachusetts
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  • Average9%
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“birds” (4 reviews)
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1st Street | 15 Km from Walvis Bay, Walvis Bay, Namibia
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Reviewed 6 days ago

On our way to Swakupmond, we came here just to see the flamingo's. Then we went away again. We just walked a little bit along the coast line and saw a lot of flamingo's. So great.

Thank KristelM1
Reviewed 1 week ago

It sure bursts my bubble of what I know about flamingoes. First at Long Beach, the flamingoes are rather small and the color feather is a dull pink. I found out that there are another specie of longer and taller flamingoes. Against the azure sky...More

Thank Gingermint
Reviewed 10 April 2017

The scenery to me was breathtaking; it will bring your kid's mind to reality because the amount of pink flamingos was enormous. I was just mesmerized by the free attraction.

1  Thank npppan
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Pink flamingos as far as the eye can see. Worth a quick look around prior to catching a plane out of Namibia.

1  Thank dunbro
Reviewed 10 November 2016

We arrived at the beach and there they were - thousands of pink flamigoes. Just beautiful, and seeming unperturbed by people The day before it was a cloudy misty morning, they were there then too but to see their true beauty, go on a sunny...More

Thank Mumocrok
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

Initially the amount of flamingos were disappointing. But, as you drive around the bay, where low tide exist, you will be rewarded with thousands of these unique creatures. They are fun to watch and note the differences in colour. Worth the drive from Swakopmund.

Thank PeggyNevada
Reviewed 27 October 2016

we had such a brilliant time just sitting & watching these beautiful funny birds. You can get really close & be amazed at just how noisy they are. We watched them for about an hour feeding, landing & flying out. We did drive up to...More

1  Thank lovetheunexpected
Reviewed 24 July 2016

We were overwhelmed with the vast number of flamingos in this bay and you can get up close to them, if you are patient enough, to take some wonderful pictures. The kids will love this as well. We watched them for a full 20 minutes...More

1  Thank skippie1973
Reviewed 12 May 2016

During our visit we saw LOTS of birds. They were mostly flamingos, both the greater and lesser. There must have been thousands feeding in the water.

Thank Adventurers049
Reviewed 17 February 2016

This is an ideal place for a log walk on the waterfront. Along the way you will see enormous flocks of two types of flamingoes and probably a few oil rigs in the bay, for repair or just cheap parking?

Thank P J
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