Eagle Eye Aviation

Standard Sossusvlei Scenic:   

(+- 2hours 15minutes)                      

01 July 2020 – 30 June 2021

From Swakopmund Airport we fly low-level over the Kuiseb Canyon and Tsondabvlei, the only known breeding area for the Lappet Face Vulture in southern Namibia, towards the highest shifting sand dunes in the world at Sossusvlei.
From there we pass over the Diamond Restricted area where you will still find three old diamond camps before we reach Conception bay. After passing colonies of Cape fur seals, we see  shipwrecks along the coast of the Eduard Bohlen (1909) 500m from the shore and the Shawnee(1976). We pass the Long wall (Namib dunes) before reaching Sandwich Harbour, a wetland of international importance and protected by the Ramsar Convention. We pass the coastal salt mines south of Walvis Bay, attracting thousands of birds. Walvis Bay, Namibia’s major harbour town is our next destination. Midway between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund,  we pass the Langstrand Holiday Resort and the Dolphin Park Resort on our way back to Swakopmund.

7 x passengers = N$4 800.00 per person

6 x passengers = N$5 500.00 per person

5 x passengers = N$4,800.00 per person

4 x passengers = N$5,500.00 per person

3 x passengers = N$8,000.00 per person

2 x passengers = N$12,000.00 per person

Skeleton Coast Scenic:    

(1hour 30 minutes)                      

01 July 2020 – 30 June 2021
 
This flight takes you from Swakopmund east over the Moon Landscape, along the Swakop and Khan river.  Routing southwards we pass Walvisbay airport and the Kuiseb river which is also the natural border for the dune formation. Over the shifting sand dunes we reach the coast at Conception Bay passing Cape fur seals, the shipwrecked Eduard Bohlen (1909), 250m from the shore.  Also the shipwreck of the Shawnee (1976) We fly along the coast with the Atlantic surge on the one side  and the Long Wall (Namib dunes) on the other. We reach Sandwich Harbour, a wetland of international importance and protected by the Ramsar Convention. In harmony with the surroundings we find Namibia's salt mines south of Walvis Bay attracting thousands of birds.  Walvis Bay, Namibia's major harbour town is our next destination. Between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund we pass the Langstrand Holiday Resort and Dolphin Park Resort on our way back to Swakopmund.  
 
Rates 

7 x passengers =  N$3 500.00 per person

6 x passengers = N$4 300.00 per person

5 x passengers = N$3,500.00 per person 

4 x passengers = N$4,300.00 per person 

3 x passengers = N$5,830.00 per person 

2 x passengers = N$8,750.00 per person  

Cape Cross Scenic:   

2 hours 15 minutes  

01 July 2020 – 30 June 2021  
 
Departing from Swakopmund, this flight progresses up the Swakop River to an area of exceptional and ancient erosion known as the “Moon Landscape”. From this spectacular feature, we direct towards the Rossing Uranium Mine which is the largest open coast mine in the world. The flight approaches the rugged and beautiful Spitzkoppe that tower more than 700 metres from the surrounding flat desert. Flying northwards, we pass the majestically Brandberg, the highest mountain in Namibia and famous for the rock painting known as the “White Lady”. We reach the Ugab river bed and fly among it in search of the desert elephants, ostrich, Oryx and other game up to the river mouth area and passing the stunningly exposed geology including the Ugab folds. Upon reaching the coast, we progress southwards along the Skeleton Coast.  The park in the northern Namib Desert stretches from the Ugab River in the south to the Kunene River, which forms the northern border with Angola. The Skeleton Coast is littered with whalebones, shipwrecks and remains of sailors and explorers. We reach Cape Cross, the largest Cape Fur Seal colonies in Africa, home to an estimated 250 000 seals. In 1486, the Portuguese mariner Diego Cao erected a stone cross here, on his second expedition to Africa. Proceeding southwards we pass Henties Bay, a popular fishing destination and then fly over the newest wreck Zeila that grounded in 2008. We cross the settlement of Wlotzkasbaken, famous for its colonies of lichens, finally the salt works before returning to Swakopmund.
 
Rates

7 x passengers = N$4 800.00 per person

6 x passengers = N$5 500.00 per person

5 x passengers = N$4,800.00 per person

4 x passengers = N$5,500.00 per person

3 x passengers = N$8,000.00 per person

2 x passengers = N$12,000.00 per person

Namib Desert Scenic:    

(1 hour)                                                                                     

01 July 2020 – 30 June 2021  
 
Departing Swakopmund Airfield and heading South, we pass Walvis Bay International Airport. We pass over the Kuiseb River which is a dry river bed dividing the Namib Desert from the rest of Namibia. Our first point of interest is the Shawnee Shipwreck which was a fishing vessel who stranded on the coast in 1976. The Shawnee is our turn around point and we will now be heading North. Next is Sandwich Harbour and is world famous for its abundant birdlife. In 1995, the Walvis Bay lagoon and the Sandwich Harbour wetlands were declared a RAMSAR site and are now classified as "Wetlands of International Importance". The area hosts upwards of 70 000 birds, many of which are seasonal migrants, traveling from the northern hemisphere. Passing over Walvis Bay Harbour we head further North towards Swakopmund.

7 x passengers = N$3 000.00 per person

6 x passengers = N$3 750.00 per person

5 x passengers = N$3,000.00 per person

4 x passengers = N$3,750.00 per person

3 x passengers = N$5,000.00 per person

2 x passengers = N$7,750.00 per person

Sossusvlei Excursion:   

(Full Day)                 

01 July 2020 – 30 June 2021
 
Your Sossusvlei Excursion departs Swakopmund first thing in morning. After a 1 hour flight we arrive at Sossusvlei Lodge where your vehicle will await to take you on your excursion. The drive to Sesriem Gate takes about 1 hour and a choice of breakfast in the Sand Dunes is also optional. The first stop on your Excursion will be Dune 45. Dune 45 got its name from the 45 kilometre road that connects the Sesriem Gate and Sossusvlei. Second on the itinerary is the Big Daddy Dune and also one of the highest sand dunes in the world (325 meter). The Petrified Dunes are next and got its name from a Billion Year old Sand Dune that solidified and formed rock formations in the Dunes. Lastly is the DeadVlei and Sossusvlei. The DeadVlei is about 2 kilometres from Sossusvlei and was once an Oasis, covered with Acacia trees that died after the Tsauchab river that supplied the trees of water has changed its course. Sossusvlei is now where the river end, although it is a dry river bed, flooding of Sossusvlei is a very rare occasion.  Arriving back at Sossusvlei Lodge, lunch will be served in the form of a buffet. After Lunch we depart Sossusvlei Airstrip for a coast wise scenic flight back to Swakopmund.  

7 x passengers = N$7 000.00 per person

6 x passengers = N$8 750.00 per person

5 x passengers = N$7,000.00 per person

4 x passengers = N$8,750.00 per person

3 x passengers = N$11,660.00 per person

2 x passengers = N$17,500.00 per person

Swakopmund / Sossusvlei Area Pick up 

Sossusvlei Area / Swakopmund Drop Off
 
01 July 2020 – 30 June 2021
 
From the Sossusvlei Area we pass over the Diamond Restricted area where you will still find three old diamond camps before we reach Conception bay. After passing colonies of Cape fur seals, we see  shipwrecks along the coast of the Eduard Bohlen (1909) 500m from the shore and the Shawnee(1976). We pass the Long wall (Namib dunes) before reaching Sandwich Harbour, a wetland of international importance and protected by the Ramsar Convention. We pass the coastal salt mines south of Walvis Bay, attracting thousands of birds. Walvis Bay, Namibia’s major harbour town is our next destination. Midway between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund,  we pass the Langstrand Holiday Resort and the Dolphin Park Resort on our way back to Swakopmund.

(+- 1hour 30minutes)
 
Rates

7 x passengers = N$5 200.00 per person                

6 x passengers = N$6 500.00 per person                

5x Passengers = N$5,200.00 per person                

4x Passengers = N$6,500.00 per person                

3x Passengers = N$8,670.00 per person                 

2x Passengers = N$13,000.00 per person

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Eagle Eye Aviation opened their doors in early 2013. Brothers Johan and JF Botha started the business with the love for aviation and the admiration of the beautiful landscapes that Namibia offers.  Both experienced in the fields of tourism and aviation, quality and professionalism is not only a promise, but a fact! 

Situated in the beautiful town of Swakopmund, Eagle Eye Aviation offers the best in exclusive and luxury scenic flights across the Skeleton coast and the Namib Desert with sights like Kuiseb Canyon, Sossusvlei and Sandwich Harbour being some of the main attractions. 

With our team of highly skilled staff members working together with the Touring and Safari Association of Namibia and the Namibian Tourism Board, Eagle Eye Aviation promises you a trip of a lifetime with unforgettable memories.  Eagle Eye Aviation is a fully licensed Air Charter Company and operates strictly within the laws and regulations of Namibia’s Civil Aviation Authority. 

What makes us different? 

No more hustles. With our flexible flying times, our flights are highly exclusive and one of a kind.  

We are young at heart, friendly and willing with immense knowledge of Namibia. 

Our fleet are kept in PRISTINE condition 

Why choose Eagle Eye Aviation? 

Our team of highly skilled professionals will ensure the absolute best in making your stay in Namibia an unforgettable experience 

See Namibia from an Eagle’s point of view. No better view can be compared! 

Our pilots are experienced in bush flying all over Namibia, and will make your travel to any destination possible.         

IMPORTANT Bookings need to be done in writing, either per email, WhatsApp or SMS. Bookings will only be confirmed once we have received passenger names & weights   

 

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