Explore the Skeleton Coast from above on a scenic flight that takes you over barren yet beautiful desert landscape. Along the way, you’ll spot ancient shipwrecks near the coastline, the granite peaks of Spitzkoppe, one of the largest open-pit uranium mines in the world, and plenty more spectacular sights. Embark on a beautiful, scenic flight over Namibia’s Skeleton Coast. You’ll have the chance to see Swakopmund, Rössing Mine, Spitzkoppe, Brandberg & Ugab River, Damaraland Neapolitan lava flows, Cape Cross, Skeleton Coast, a shipwreck, and the salt pans from above.
Duration: 2 hours
Skeleton Coast – Stretching from the Swakop River all the way to southern Angola, the Skeleton Coast consists of thousands of miles of sandy desert and remains one of the least visited and most inhospitable places on the planet.
Known as the ‘land God made in anger’, this remote area is dotted with shipwrecks, but is also, surprisingly, home to a diversity of wildlife such as seabird colonies, Cape fur seals, zebra, gemsbok, lion and more.
It’s landscape features a striking contrast between the ocean and sand dunes – a spectacular sight from the ground or from above.