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Sandwich Harbour 4x4

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Walvis Bay, Namibia
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About Sandwich Harbour 4x4
Sandwich Harbour is a part of the Namib Naukluft Park (Namibia) many have heard of but very few have ever visited. Giant sand dunes run straight into the ocean, creating breathtaking sceneries and a unique off road driving experience. Our vehicles take you to beautiful lookouts where you can feel the isolation Namibia and the Skeleton Coast are so famous for! We offer full and have day trips to Sandwich Harbour, as well as combination tours with Boat trips and Kayaking.
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Sandwich Harbour, part of the Namib Naukluft Park, is a place many have heard of but very few have ever visited. Giant sand dunes run straight into the ocean, creating breath taking sceneries and unique landscapes, just waiting to be discovered!
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Louis Dumont wrote a review Aug 2021
Switzerland549 contributions167 helpful votes
The drive in itself was great, the scenery amazing. We add a nice lunch, even if combined with the one we already had on the boat it was clearly too much. Our guide drove in a pretty sporty way which was fun in the desert. We were however uncomfortable with some comments he made, when describing Swakopmund as Swiastikamund, because there are many Germans...
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Response from Theunis K, Owner at Sandwich Harbour 4x4
Responded Aug 10, 2021
Good day, I do apologise that you were uncomfortable with our guide, it is absolutely not company policy and will be taken up further. Please accept my apologies. Could you email me his name to tkeulder@iway.na so I can take it up with the guide in question?
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A. Verkhovsky wrote a review Apr 2021
4 contributions2 helpful votes
Self drive to Sandwich Harbour is not difficult. If you got some experience with sand driving and decent 4X4, drop tyre pressure to 1 bar and be at Salt works 2.5 hours before the low tide. It will take just over an hour to get there. And there are old tracks can be seen. I am talking about the beach route.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Piia M wrote a review Jan 2021
Shanghai Region, China11 contributions7 helpful votes
I live in a desert (UAE) and had already seen a few in Namibia so I was a bit apprehensive joining but this afternoon trip turned out to be all worth it and more: the scenery was incredibly beautiful and the family business running it chill, friendly, fun and professional. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Ian M wrote a review Nov 2019
27 contributions1 helpful vote
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Four to a 4x4 with driver guide. Race along the beach from Walvis Bay to Sandwich Harbour. See seals in the surf escaping the attention of jackals. Flamingos a plenty. Hugh sand dunes meet the sea. 4x4 up and down sand dunes and enjoying stunning views on top of dunes with a picnic and sparkling wine. Great.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Anne N wrote a review Nov 2019
Kent, United Kingdom49 contributions3 helpful votes
Imagine being on a huge roller-coaster, but that roller-coaster is made of sand. Our expert driver took us on a thrilling journey up, down and over the dunes, and at one point he even had to help put a local policeman who had got himself stuck in the sand! Unfortunately we were not able to drive all the way down to Sandwich Harbour along the seafront as the tide was in and therefore there was not enough flat and safe sand to drive along. Lunch of oysters, hake, chicken salad and bread, accompanied by some local fizz was provided and we sat on top of one of the highest dunes to enjoy our meal. Some good wildlife to see on route, especially thousands of flamingos.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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