The Marine Cruise followed by a 4×4 dune excursion to Sandwich Harbour – combining the best of both worlds.
After the Marine Cruise you disembark onto the Waterfront Jetty. Boarding 4×4 vehicles, the dune adventure to Sandwich Harbour begins. Lunch is served on the boat and snacks in the dunes.
We have coined a phrase for the Marine Dune Day – “EPIC IN A DAY” – and that sums up cruising on the Atlantic with seals and dolphins, and then the adventure and beauty of big dune driving and breath taking scenery, all in one day!
Please note: it is not always possible to reach the actual lagoon at Sandwich Harbour by vehicle because the tide is sometimes too high.
Adults – N$ 2 100.00 & Children (12 years and under) – N$ 1 700.00.
Check in time and Departure Point:
Check-in is 30 minutes prior to departure at Mola Mola office. Clients will get a boarding pass for their particular boat in exchange for their booking voucher / payment. All boats depart from the Waterfront Jetty (in front of our office).
After the boats return from the Marine Dolphin Cruise guests usually have about 20 mins break before the 4×4 depart – once again from the Offices.
Pelican Point, oyster farms, Pelican Point Lighthouse, Walvis Bay Lagoon, salt pans, Kuiseb River Delta, Mudflats of Sandwich Harbour, dune-riding – including the 60m high Roaring Dune.
Bottlenose and Heavyside Dolphins, Cape Fur Seals, Flamingos, Pelicans, Mola Molas, penguins, whales (August-November), Springboks, Jackals, bird sightings include a large variety of pelagic birds and waders.
Flamingos, pelicans, cormorants, White Chinned Petrel, Wilson’s Storm Petrel, Cape Gannet, Black Oystercatcher.
English, German, Afrikaans. Tour guides, needed for translation purposes, can join free of charge. Please advise nationality as we try to keep nations and languages together.
Private Charters & 4×4 excursion:
Available on request.
Boats and cars are fully insured, serviced regularly and in the case of the boats, surveyed annually. All skippers and driver guides have valid licenses and go through intense guiding training. All the necessary safety equipment, first aid kits and life jackets (for adults and children) can be found on board of every vessel.
Two light meals will be part of the day’s adventure, oysters on the cruise and sparkling wine with both. Soft drinks, bottled water and Namibian beer are included.