At Pelican Point Lodge we offer you the experience of having your holiday on the semi-remote Peninsula of Pelican Point, 32km from Walvis Bay.

Experience the stunning and unique, and ever-changing views as the day passes on. You’ll stay in one of our 9 suites of your choice, all decorated and furnished in style & luxury. Each suite is equipped to cope with the climatic changes of the Peninsula in mind.


One to one service, scrumptious dining and privacy are guaranteed during your stay in the former Harbor control building situated at the foot of the Pelican Point Lighthouse safely guiding ships into the harbor of Walvis Bay.

You’ll experience your stay surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean at one side and the Lagoon of Walvis Bay at the other as a truly unique setting.


Expect to hear the call of the jackal at night while they wander around the lodge, listen to the sounds of around 20000 seals interacting with each other, watch ships come and go, observing the light beams of the Lighthouse going on it roundabout at night, be amazed at the beauty of the landscape during full moon, sip cocktails or have a cup of coffee whilst observing stunning and unique sunsets and sunrises and relax to the sound of breaking waves close by.


From your bed or your private balcony you’ll experience the most stunning views and unique lightshows the Namibian sky has to offer. Decoration of the rooms is made to take advantage of the views and light this unique environment has to offer.


The former harbor control tower is changed into our Captain’s Cove suite to accommodate you as our esteemed guest. Fit for Kings, Captain`s and Presidents it offers absolute privacy and 360° views to enjoy the landscape from above.


Our Lounge and dining area will surprise you with its spectacular views whilst enjoying the social scene and dining. The huge deck will offer you the best views over the bay and the desert dunes whilst enjoying the amazing sunset light spectacle.


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  • Location

    Pelican Point Lodge is situated on a unique stretch of land, the remote peninsula of Pelican Point at Walvis Bay, a committed venue to creating memories for all our guests that will last a lifetime.

    With the untouched beaches of the Atlantic Ocean on the one side and the Lagoon of Walvis Bay on the other, our aim is to provide you with an unique experience that demands nothing much of you, but to arrive, relax, reflect and unwind in one of the most enchanting and unique settings in our beautiful country.

  • Accommodation

    Room Types

    Luxury Rooms

    All our suites are spacious, decorated in a warm contemporary style and furnished with a queen size bed. The rooms are designed to make use of the beautiful views even whilst showering.


    Suites/Family Rooms

    All our suites are spacious, decorated in a warm contemporary style and designed to make use of the beautiful views even whilst showering. Both suites are situated on ground floor with direct access to the beach. Convertible to family suites.


    Penthouse Suite

    The former harbor control tower is transformed into the Penthouse Suite (Captains’ Cove Suite) on the 3rd floor. Offering privacy, unique 360° views, elevated bath and queensize bed and a huge private sundeck.

  • Facilities

    Property Facilities

    Balcony / Deck
    Clothes Press
    Complimentary Wi-Fi
    Dressing Gowns
    Lounge Area
    Mini Bar
    Pure Cotton Linen
    Tea / Coffee


    Room Facilities
    24-hour Security
    Eco Friendly
    Internet Access
    Malaria Free
    Meal on Request
    Mobile Connectivity
    Secure Parking


  • Activities

    Activities in site

    Bird Watching
    Cultural Tours
    General Sightseeing
    Historical Tours
    Hot-air Ballooning
    Kayaking / Paddling
    Marine Adventures
    Marine Tidal Pool
    Quad Biking
    Scuba Diving
    Sea Kayaking
    Sky Diving
    Water Skiing
    Whale Watching


    Activities Nearby

    Bird Watching
    Fine Dining
    High Tea
    Whale Watching



    With over 6 km of sandbank waiting to be explored, there is plenty to see at close quarters. Stroll

    2.5 km to the end of the peninsula and discover intriguing small desert dwellers, the huge flocks of playful seals, chanting seagulls and curious jackals sniffing around. A shorter walk leads to the old rusty jetty for a different slant on the seals and birds, and perhaps a picnic lunch. And at the end of the day, watch the dying sun drop ever more rapidly below the horizon in a blaze of glory. Take the opportunity of a lifetime and broaden your understanding and appreciation of the natural world around us.



    Walk to the old Jetty to observe seals and the birdlife and to photograph their activities, or to witness the changes in the scenery of the Bay and the distant dunes as the day progresses


  • Fast Facts


    5 Star






    14h00 PM


    11h00 AM


    Airport Shuttle

    Credit Card

    Room Service


    Afrikaans, English


    Adventure, Beach / Coastal, Birding, Fishing, History & Culture, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Watersports, Wine

  • General Information

    Pelican Point Lodge at all times, and through all practises, take the environment into consideration, through sustainability management, taking all factors into view as follows:


    • The scarring of landscapes and damage to wildlife habitats through off-road driving and careless behavior.
    • The unsustainable use of scarce resources (e.g. water and wood)
    • Pollutants from sewerage, domestic waste, chemical cleaners and litter
    • Intrusions on local cultures and values, and
    • Economic distortions




    Pelican Point Lodge aims to become a leader and example in Eco-Friendly practices within the hospitality setting, and with Namibia’s 2030 vision in mind, with the support of all our key-role players achieve success in achieving the Five Flower Award as part of Namibia’s Eco-award program.

  • Getting there

  • Food

    Pelican lodge


  • Animals

    Some of the animals found in this area.

    Skeleton Coastal National Park, Namibia


    Seals at play – Pelican Point Lodge


    Black-backed jackal – Pelican Point Lodge


    Inquisitive ground squirrel – Pelican Point Lodge ( Credit Inklein, CC BY-SA 3.0)


    scrub hare – Pelican Point Lodge (Credit Craig Thom)


    Brown hyaena – Pelican Point Lodge (Credit Bernard DUPONT


    Gemsbok Oryx – Pelican Point Lodge( Credit Wikipedia)


    Springbok – Pelican Point Lodge ( Credit Wikipedia)


    Steenbok – Pelican Point Lodge( Credit Yathin S Krishnappa


    The Monkey – Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp













  • Birding

    Some of the birds found in this area.

    Skeleton Coastal National Park, Namibia


    Egyptian goose – Credit Andreas Trepte (Pelican Point Lodge)


    Black bustard – Credit Wikipedia( Pelican Point Lodge)


    Black crake – Credit Zapornia flavirostra ( Pelican Point Lodge)


    Great white pelican – Credit Charles J. Sharp ( Pelican Point Lodge)


    Namaqua sandgrouse – Credit Yathin sk (Hoanib Skeleton Coast)


    Acacia pied barbet – Credit Wikipedia (Hoanib Skeleton Coast)


    African Cuckoo – Credit Wikipedia (Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp)


    Babbler bare che – Credit Ron Knight – Flickr ( Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp )


    Pomarine skua – Credit Patrick Coin (Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp )



Tour Map

Google Map for Skeleton Coastal National Park, Namibia


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