Swakopmund Desert Tour

Over the holidays we spent some time in Swakopmund and took a great tour of the local desert with Tommy’s Living Desert Tours. It was a highlight for my parents who were visiting Namibia (and a highlight for us as well!). Tommy is quite a character, and his passion for the desert landscapes, wildlife and conservation is inspiring.

Here are some photos from the tour:

Desert Tour Dad

Bob Shusko with the smaller tour vehicle

 

Desert Tour Hare

Desert Bunny (Sorry not sure of the real name – Namibian Desert Hare?)

 

Desert Tour Gecko

Namib Dune Gecko

 

Sidewinder Snake

Can you find the snake in this photo?

 

Sidewinder snake

Sidewinder Snake out of the sand

 

Chameleon

Namaqua Chameleon (On a side note, I recommend the Namaqua Dry Red Wine from South Africa. It comes in a convenient 5L box.)

Tommy

Tommy in his “office.”

 

Lisa with lizard

A Shovel-Snouted Lizard on Lisa’s ear. Both survived the process.

 

Desert meets ocean

The desert and dunes meet the ocean just south of Swakopmund, Namibia.

 

Family photo

A sea of dunes behind us near the end of the tour.

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