Namibia is famous throughout the world for it's stunning shore fishing. These fish rich waters are fed by the cold Benguella Current which brings plankton rich water and is home to large numbers of fish, sharks and marine mammals such as whales, dolphins and huge colony's of cape fur seals.

We have large shoals of kabeljou roaming the beaches most of the year as well as some of the smaller shark species.

The larger bronze whaler sharks (also known as a copper or narrow-tooth shark) move inshore in the warmer summer months in large numbers.

The shark fishing truly is something special and every angler across the world should try pit themselves against these sharks at some point. It is truly the ultimate shore fight.

Day 1
Heusis Ranch - Swakopmund

The Safari continuous through the scenic Khomas Hochland, down the escarpment into the Namib dessert- the world oldest dessert. The duration of the drive is 4 hours. Upon arrival in Swakopmund you check in, after which you spend the day at leisure. The Restaurants at the ocean are world famous for their Oysters and Lobster.

Day 2
Swakopmund – Shark fishing

Fishing takes place from shore and distance can differs from 8km up to 120km along the coast. We use 4X4 vehicles to transport the anglers. The most common fish to catch is kabeljou, black tail, steenbras, galjoen, catfish and a variety of shark species especially copper shark that can reach a weight up to 180kg. Includes a lunch pack and drinks.

Day 3
Swakopmund – Windhoek

After breakfast you have some time at leisure. In the early afternoon you travel back to Windhoek. Upon your arrival at around midday you are dropped off at your respective accommodation or Airport, where the tour ends.