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Walvis Bay: Marine Big 5 Luxury Catamaran Tour47 Reviews
Sail out on a catamaran and try to spot the ocean’s “Big 5”: whales, dolphins, mola mola, leatherback turtles and seals. Enjoy a relaxing morning at sea including refreshments and snacks.
- Sail out into the bay and relax on a luxury catamarans
- Take in panoramic views of the Pelican Point peninsula
- Spot Bottlenose, Heaviside's and Dusky dolphins, as well as Mola Molas and Leatherback Turtles
- See larger mammals such as the Southern Right Whale and Humpback Whales (from July to November)
DescriptionBegin your dolphin and whale spotting expedition by checking in at Walvis Bay Waterfront at 8:30 am. Depart from the Jetty between 8:45 - 9 am. From there you’ll begin your search for Namibia’s marine Big 5. Sip a hot coffee or tea as you approach Pelican Point. Admire its landmark lighthouse and see the 60,000 cape fur seals who live there. If visiting in-season ( from July to November), you'll be able to spot large sea mammals including the Southern Right Whale and the Humpback Whale. If you’re lucky, you may be able to see a gray whale or a pygmy right whale. Observe different species of dolphins including bottlenose, Heaviside's, and dusky dolphins. Keep a lookout for mola molas and leatherback turtles. As you make your expedition, you’ll encounter a variety of seabirds including kelp gulls, Hartlaub’s gulls, and cape cormorant. On the return journey, cruise past ships and oilrigs docked in the bay. As you make your way back, enjoy fresh oysters, sparkling wine, savory snacks, and desserts alongside light drinks and water. You’ll return to the waterfront at 12:30 pm.
IncludesCoffee and Tea Oysters and sparkling wine A light lunch of savory and sweet snacks Cool drinks, water, and beer Hotel pickup and drop-off, unless option selected from Swakopmund
- Please note, high-heeled shoes are not allowed on this tour.
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