Route 5
Moon Landcape, Spitzkoppen, Swakopmund

The Spitzkoppe also referred to as the Matterhorn of Namibia, is a group of bald granite peaks located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib Desert. The granite is more than 120 million years old and the highest outcrop rises about 1,728 metres above sea level. The peaks stand out dramatically from the flat surrounding plains. A minor peak – the Little Spitzkoppe – lies nearby at an elevation of 1,584 m. Other prominences stretch out into a range known as the Pontok Mountains.

Expect to see

Things to keep in mind

Check In Time

Please ensure that you check in 30 minutes prior to the scheduled take-off time. This will allow enough time for us to do the necessary paperwork, take weights and conduct a safety briefing.

Meeting Point

Depending on your arrangements, you can either meet as at the Swakopmund Airstrip or at the office where transport are also available.


All passengers  get a window seat. Please be aware that seating allocation are done by the pilot according to weight and balance which is done during your safety briefing.


It can be quiet windy with the doors off so we suggest you put on a jacket / jersey before boarding the helicopter. It’s also best for people with medium to long hair to tie down their hair.

Taking Pictures

We do  remove the helicopter doors upon request, to enable optimal photo graphics. Please note that when the doors are off, it can get windy.

Only one small bag are allowed per passenger with a max weight of 5kg.


All flights are weather dependent, due to heavy fog at the coast. In case the weather conditions are not playing along for flying, we will do our best to reschedule to the next best available flight. We suggest you book your flight within the following time frames to avoid disappointment.

Summer (Oct – Apr) 10:00 – 17:00 Hours.
Winter (May – Sept) 10:00 – 16:00 Hours

Sunrise – Sunset