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 DAY 1: Depart Cape Town at 16h00
 DAY 2: At Sea
 DAY 3: Arrive Walvis Bay 09h00 – Depart at 16h00
 DAY 4: At sea
 DAY 5: Arrive Cape Town 09h00
 *Times and itinerary are subject to change depending on sea, port and weather conditions.

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Walvis Bay had already been discovered by Diaz as early as 1487, but was founded only in 1793 by the Cape Dutch and two years later annexed by the British. In 1910, Walvis Bay became – like the entire Cape Colony – part of the South African Union. After Namibia’s independence, the only deep sea port on the Namibian coast remained under South African rule and only in 1994, the former South African president F.W. de Klerk gave it back to Namibia.
Today, Walvis Bay has about 50,000 residents and is a busy harbour town. Most people are employed at the modern harbour terminal and in the booming fish industry. Another production branch is the processing of sea salt. The salt fields of Walvis Bay cover an area of 3500 hectares and annually produce 400,000 tons of high-quality salt.
The lagoon is the scenic feature of Walvis Bay. It is one of the most important wetlands of southern Africa and is the hibernation area for thousands of migratory birds. Worth a visit in Walvis Bay is the local museum in the Civic Centre, the Birdlife Information Centre and the wooden Rhenish Mission Church from the year 1880. “Dune 7” near town is the highest sand dune of the area. Who climbs it, can enjoy a wonderful view.

Cape Town to Walvis Bay - Fortified Tree

A fortified tree – Namibia

Cape Town to Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay Lagoon

Cape Town to Walvis Bay

 Woermann House

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