Reviews: Halifax Island boat trip
Below are independent comments from 9 of our travellers who have done this activity and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts. They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
"Great way to see penguins and flamigoes"
The guide on the boat was knowledgable and looked after our comfort by providing blankets and even rain gear to the less prepared and also serving us all warm drinks. The seas were quite rough the day we went but the catamaran itself and the skill of the captain in handlling the boat resulted in a much gentler ride then we expected.
We appreciated the guides style in telling us about what we were seeing. He had a nice sense of humor but avoided cheesy commentary that can be so common on cruises in the rest of the world." Read more about this whole safari
"Super trip just for the two of us"
Saw lots of penguins, dolphins and seals and got a lot of interesting history as well. Definitely recommend this tour" Read more about this whole safari
"Sedina - a fantastic trip"
It was an exhilarating experience, partly due to the large rollers of the South Atlantic! And was one of our highlights, and we very much enjoyed our trip with Renee. The mug of hot chocolate went down well too." Read more about this whole safari
"Not for me!"
The skipper and his helper were very kind about it and did not show any exasperation which would have been understandable." Read more about this whole safari
"Sedina boat trip"
It was fascinating to learn so much about the fishing industry and tides of Namibia too. Well worth it- even without the whale sighting- although that was the icing on the cake!" Read more about this whole safari
"Cold Front and Sandy Back"
Kolmanskop - well it was a bank holiday and we did turn up an hour after the tour (on tame every other day of the year), having said that the guy on the gate did let us in and we did have the place pretty much to ourselves after all the tour people had left. Great place especially when the wind blows and all you can here is silence and history." Read more about this whole safari