Pelican Point Lodge Walvis Bay Namibia

Sandy seclusion

If you really want to get away from it all – and have a bucket-list experience to boot – then Nambia’s Pelican Point Lodge is just for you. The lodge is about 30km from Walvis Bay, and lies between the icy Atlantic Ocean and the stunning Walvis Bay Lagoon; it’s also home to a huge seal colony, and it’s positioned on such a remote stretch of beach that it seems endless.

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If it’s action you’re after, then a number of activities can be arranged, like sandboarding, kayaking with seals, 4X4 dune trips, paragliding, and more! ACCOMMODATION There are nine luxury suites – all with great views of the sand and waves – but the Captain’s Cove’s Suite is totally knock-out.

Converted from a harbour control tower, it boasts 360-degree vistas that’ll take your breath away. All suites are en-suite, spacious, and have a comfy lounge area, a private deck with lagoon views, queen-sized beds, and a spectacular food, relaxed ambience, and, weather permitting, sitting on the outdoor deck to watch jackals howl before dramatic dune sunsets.

BOOK IT From R6 545pps in the Captain’s Cove Suite. Includes daily breakfast, a three-course dinner, afternoon tea, coffee and cake, and a return transfer from Walvis Bay to the lodge. Expect to pay from about more information and to book a stay go to

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