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The original Living Desert/Little 5 Tour! 08h00 to 13h30 from Swakopmund in our 4x4's: we go into the dune/gravel plains area to track the little creatures - snakes, chameleons, geckoes, lizards, scorpions, insects, etc - and also give info on the...more
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Jurgen our guide was a real conservationist and passionate about preserving this beautiful patch of the Namib desert. The manner in which he was able to produce amazing creature out of the seemingly sterile desert sand was a wonder to behold.
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Chantelle is a born entertainer & her love of the desert & it’s creatures is contagious. She picked us up at 8, dropped us off at 2 and kept the whole group (2 Americans, 4 Swiss, 2 Austrians) engaged & laughing the whole time -...More
Eben and Chantelle took us out on a wonderfull tour through the desert. Aside from finding numerous animals, what I'll remember the most is the sheer enthousiasm of both guides. I take home the respect they have for all things on this planet and continue...More
We were on the tour of Tommy's Little 5, meaning the sometimes hard to see and overlooked animals of the dunes near Swakopmund. Tommy delights in his job and has boundless energy navigating the dunes with his other "scouts" as they hunt for chameleons, sidewinders...More
My dad and I went on the half-day Living Desert Tour, and I have to say "Wow!"
Tommy and his team definitely know what they're doing and what they're talking about. They managed to find a skink (legless lizard), a black hairy tailed scorpion, a...More
We were pleasantly surprised!Our family went on his halfday tour and it was amazing!Tommy is a real treat and has an extended knowledge of the desert and its' animals.We had great fun with driver Eben.Tommy makes an effort to accommodate childrrn on the tour!Will defnitely...More
We spent such an interesting and enjoyable few hours learning about the amazing little creatures of the Namib Desert with our excellent guide, Chantelle. Her passion, enthusiasm and RESPECT for these animals and their environment was wonderful - as was her driving ability over the...More
Tommy brought the desert to life for us. He managed to find so many small animals - many of them under the sand. He had a lovely sense of humour and taught us to respect the dunes, an area at first sight that looks so...More
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The tours are about 4 hours, and while you are 4-wheeling in the desert, it wasn't that bumpy or anything. I was a little skeptical, thinking sand dunes would be boring, but Tommy and his crew really bring "the living... More
The tours are about 4 hours, and while you are 4-wheeling in the desert, it wasn't that bumpy or anything. I was a little skeptical, thinking sand dunes would be boring, but Tommy and his crew really bring "the living desert" to life, and you can really begin to understand how the desert is "living." We absolutely loved it. He is passionate about the dunes and his enthusiasm made the trip very enjoyable. You stop on the beach afterwards for snacks and a drink so he can put air back in the tires that he has to remove while in the dunes, Would highly recommend.
I know Tommy does collect his guests from any hotel / guest house in Swakopmund. However the only cruise ship port might be in Walvisbay. I'm not sure if he collects from Walvisbay. If however you fill the vehicle as a group... More
I know Tommy does collect his guests from any hotel / guest house in Swakopmund. However the only cruise ship port might be in Walvisbay. I'm not sure if he collects from Walvisbay. If however you fill the vehicle as a group I'm sure he will collect and drop off again. I suggest sending Kit (his wife and manager) a mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
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