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Spitzkoppe - Amazing scenery

This full day tour was really worth while because of the excellent organization and the beautiful landscape. Our driver and guide André is a wonderful person and in his friendly manner he told us a lot about his country and this great area we were visiting. On a rock site we had lunch and with surprise we noted that even champagne was served. We can only recommend this tour and are looking forward to return to Namibia soon.

Duration: 8 hours
Price: NAD4025.00 per person (min 2 adults)
Private option available at check-out


  • Zeila shipwreck

  • Lichen fields

  • Vast landscape scenery

  • Spitzkoppe Granite Peaks

  • Spitzkoppe Rock Arch viewpoint

  • Bushmen Rock Art

  • Includes pickup in Swakopmund

NB: You have two options when viewing the rock paintings, a easy to reach option on flat ground OR a steep mountain hike to another site. Please dress according to the option you prefer.

The Spitzkoppe granite peaks are one of the most popular sights in Namibia. It is the highest mountain in the country and has been discribed as the metterhorn of Namibia  due to the shape of one of its peaks. The Spitzkoppe is known for its stunning beauty and the thousands of ancient Bushmen rock art paintings that is viewable. When you visit this amazing place, it will render you speechless, so be sure to add The Spitzkoppe Tour to your itinirary.


Your day starts at aprox 8:30 when we collect you from your accomodation in Walvis Bay or Swakopmund, and after a short briefing we depart in our 4x4 vehicle towards the odd holiday resort of Wlotzkasbaken, then visit the Zeille Shipwreck. From here you travel the dirt road inland to the mountains.

You arrive at Spitzkoppe at aprox 10:00 and then.Your fist stop is viewing the ancient bushmen artwork.

After learning about the geology of The Spitzkoppe, you will have ample time to relax and explore the area and make use of the fantastic photo opportunities.

While you are exploring we set up lunch which is an assortment of finger snacks, cold drinks, wine, beer and local sweets.

From here  depart to the local gemstone market, an informal market that sells semi recious stones that are mined in the area, here you have the chance to purchase some of them. This will also help the locals as this is the only income many of them have.

From here we return to your accommodation to conclude the tour.

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