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We did a combined tour with kayaking in the morning and sandwich harbour in the afternoon. It was a packed day but definitely worth it! We had been to the Cape Cross Seal Reserve two days before and we had found the experience not so...More
This kayak tour is 1000% worth it. I did the half day tour and it was pure bliss from the moment I checked in. All the staff is extremely friendly, efficient and knowledgeable. The tour is beautifully organized and the experience on the kayak with...More
Very well organised with equipment provided but you may get a little wet if there is some wind. As well as seeing the flamingos we saw one pelican, a jackal on the beach and stopped to watch some great surfers on some fantastic waves. The...More
Aside from a late start due to a couple arriving very late, our morning kayak with the sea lions was amazing.
We were driven out to Pelican Point with the kayaks on the trailer, given a clear briefing, all the necessary equipment, a push into...More
Incredible morning in excursion with Pelican Point Kayaking. Was an incredible experience kayaking inside a seal colony with the childs dancing around the kayak.
We appreciated the passion of our guides that shines through their words and explaintaion.
A "best of" in Walvis Bay!
We did not know what to expect with kayaking but we certainly did not think we would be so close to the playful pups!! It was amazing! We also had the chance to see flamingos and jackals and the drive on the beach to and...More
We booked this tour through the cruise line, so we were picked up at the terminal. On the way out to Pelican Point we see thousands of flamingos and even a few jackals; Naudê stops and allows us to take pictures. It was great fun...More
It was the most amazing sight, to see sixty thousand seals on the beach and all the pups waiting for humans to come so they could play with them. The seals came up to the kayaks and splashed the occupants playfully, Truly amazing.