We head down to Swakopmund where we meet with Inki and Isaak of DeLHRA, an organisation committed to preserving the desert lions desert lions. After a very informative conversation and a great exchange of ideas, we continue further north to Möwebay along the Skeleton Coast.
Flying low over the Atlantic Ocean, our flight takes us over the heads of fishermen and seal colonies. The endless ocean draws us in until we circle over the remains of an abandoned oil rig and a beautiful shipwreck – we’ve reached the Skeleton Coast. This National Park, with it’s contrasting and surreal landscape is so named because of the many ships that have met their brutal end on the offshore rocks as dense fog often shrouds this coastline.