the best way to see the NAMIB DESERT & COAST

Skeleton Coast NORTH

Moonvalley, Uranium Mine, Spitzkoppe, Brandberg, Shipwrecks, “Long Wall“, seals, Sandwich Harbour, Ugab River, Skeleton Coast Park with Cape Cross, Saltpans

Skeleton Coast North

The coast has its own story to tell- listen carefully, each of the Atlantics wild waves will whisper a different story in your ear: numerous shipwrecks, which rust away on the shoreline, on its sandy beaches you’ll find many of only halfway hidden burned bones & skeletons from whales (- and unlucky sailors). We recommend an aerial view over the southern part of the coast with its dunes, lagoons and shipwrecks, as the first 300km (= 70 min flying time) of the northern coastline are flat and do not have any dunes.

More InformationPrices are estimated | Prices and routes subject to change due to varying factors such as fuel prices, weather, pax weight



We fly along the dune belt to dune 7, past Walvis Bay International Airport, crossing the Kuiseb dry riverbed, right into the dune sea with changing dune faces and colours in yellow, ochre, mustard and magenta.

Shipwreck “Shaunee” as turning point, northbound along the scenic coastline past “Lange Wand”, seal colonies, jackals etc., Sandwich Bay Lagoon, Nature Conversation area and breeding ground for flamingos, pelicans etc., a very pictures bay with its sandbars and shallow waters. Walvis Bay saltpans, Walvis Bay lagoon and harbor area, guano platform “Bird Island” and the Swakopmund beachfront.

Flight duration : ~ 1.5 hours


  • 5 person on board @ N$ 3 620, — pp
  • 4 person on board @ N$ 4 525, — pp
  • 3 person on board @ N$ 6 000, — pp
  • 2 person on board @ N$ 9 050, — pp
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