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Walvis Bay: Pelican Point Kayaking Tour8 Reviews
Join a kayaking tour and get up close to the thousands of Cape fur seals. Paddle up right next to an old shipwreck and lighthouse at the tip of the remote and pristine Pelican Point Peninsula.
- Kayak at Pelican Point, home to up to 50,000 Cape fur seals and dolphins
- Take pictures of the lighthouse, shipwreck, flamingoes, pelicans, and more
- Begin the activity with a scenic drive and end with breakfast and coffee
DescriptionThe Pelican Point kayaking tour starts every morning with a scenic drive by 4x4 vehicle along the Walvis Bay Lagoon and the salt mines to Pelican Point. Stop along the way to take pictures of countless flamingos, pelicans, large flocks of cormorants, and a great variety of other birds and wildlife. After about an hour, reach Pelican Point and hop in your kayak. Pelican Point is home to up to 50,000 Cape fur seals year-round. They are very friendly and playful and not scared of the kayaks. The seals are inquisitive and often come within touching distance of the kayaks. You'll stay on the protected side of the peninsula and spend around 2 hours on the ocean, depending on general weather conditions. Your guide will use a waterproof camera to capture some photos. After kayaking, recharge at breakfast with some fresh rolls and coffee and tea before heading back to Walvis Bay.
IncludesSafety equipment Waterproof clothing and splash covers Breakfast Coffee, tea, and hot chocolate Bottled water
- No skills or qualifications are needed All pictures taken with the activity provider's waterproof camera will be emailed to you within a few days after the tour