Experience the splendour of Sandwich Harbour – it’s awe inspiring.
Perhaps the most emotional moments of your whole adventure in Namibia, will be driving between the crashing ocean and ancient sand dunes of the Namib, or perhaps when you get to the top of them, with an endless view of sand and sky, either way, you will see and feel things you couldn’t have imagined beforehand, and will never forget afterwards. For many guests, this is mentioned as a highlight from all their travels. See it, feel it, don’t miss it.
12h30-17h00 (other departure times on request).
Adults – N$ 1 500.00 & Children (under the age of 12 years) – N$ 1 300.00.
Check in time:
30 minutes prior to departure at Mola Mola office. Clients will get a boarding pass for their excursion in exchange for their booking voucher / payment.
All vehicles depart from the Walvis Bay Waterfront unless specified differently.
Walvis Bay Lagoon, Walvis Bay saltpans, Kuiseb River Delta, Mudflats of Sandwich Harbour, dune-riding – including the 60m high Roaring Dune
Bottlenose and Heavy side / Benguella Dolphins, Cape Fur Seals, Mola Mola, penguins, Southern Right & Humpback whales (August-November), Springbok, Jackals.
Greater and Lesser Flamingos, pelicans, cormorants, White Chinned Petrel, Wilson’s Storm Petrel, Cape Gannet, Black Oystercatcher, Turnstones.
All vehicles are 4×4 and adhere to strict safety and licensing regulations, as set by both the Ministry of Transport and the Namibian Tourism Board. The same applies to all guides that we may use.
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.
You will enjoy a light lunch and snacks in the dunes, toasted with sparkling wine. Soft drinks, water and Namibian beer are all included.
Available on request.
Vehicles are fully insured and surveyed annually (Road Worthy Permits). All drivers & guides have valid licenses (Public Drivers Permits) and go through intense guiding training. All the necessary safety equipment and first aid kits are provided.
It can be windy and or chilly in the dunes, warm clothes are recommended.