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HUNT AREAS & LODGES

1. Mozambique 

Mozambique is a southern African nation which long Indian ocean coastline is dotted with popular beaches like Tofo as well as offshore marine parks. In the Quirimbas Archipelago, a 250km`s stretch of coral islands, mangrove covered. The island has colonial era ruins surviving from a period of Portuguese rule.  This hunting destination is ideal for clients wishing to experience bigger, open area hunting, 490 000 acres. Harvest only certain type of only available in the Eastern part of Africa. At 309,475 sq mi, Mozambique is the world`s 36th largest country. It is comparable in size to Turkey. Mozambique is located on the Southeast coast of Africa. It is bound by Swaziland to the south, South Africa to the southwest, Zimbabwe to the west, Zambia and Malawi to the northwest, Tanzania to the north and the Indian Ocean to the east. It is known to have 740 bird species, including 20 global threatening species, 2 introduced species and over 200 mammal species endemic to Mozambique, including the critically endangered Selous zebra, Vincent`s bush squirrel and 13 other endangered or vulnerable species as well as 40 amphibians. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas.

Species available in this area: Buffalo, Sable, Zebra (Selous), Nyala, Waterbuck, Reedbuck (Common), Bushpic, Warthog, Lichtenstein Hartebeest, Eland (Livingston), Bushbuck (Chobe), Oribi, Blue Duiker, Red Duiker, Grey duiker, Suni, Baboon, Impala, Crocodile, Hippo, Leopard, Lion, African bush elephant, African wild dog, Rhinoceros, Caracal and Cheetah

2. Namibia

Namibia is a country in the southwest of Africa. It is distinguished by the Namib desert along its Atlantic Ocean coast. The country is home to diverse wildlife, including a significant Cheetah population. The capital is Windhoek and the coastal town Swakopmund contain German colonial era buildings. It is a fascinating country that boasts an array of cultural and natural experiences for hunters to enjoy. It is also one of the largest countries in Africa. Ideal for return clients to collect more species and to experience a different biosphere in Africa. Namibia officially the republic of Namibia, is a country in Southern Africa whose western border is the Atlantic Ocean. It shares land borders with Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas. 

Species available in this area: Damara Dik-Dik, Kalahari Springbuck, Hartman’s Zebra, Leopard, Elephants, Kudu, Rhino, Wild horses in the Namibian desert, Lions, Oryx, Puku , Gemsbok

 


3. North West Province South Africa

The North West province is a South African province which borders Botswana in the north and the Kalahari Desert in the west. Its landscape is defined by mountains in the Northeast and bushveld scattered with trees and shrubs. The province is also home to Sun City. Nearby Sun City is also the Pilanesberg National Park. Klerksdorp is the largest town in the province. Ideal for return clients to collect more species and experience a different biosphere in Africa. Much of the province consists of flat areas of scattered trees and grassland. The Magaliesberg mountain range extends about 130 km`s (about 80 miles) from Pretoria to Rustenburg). The Vaal river flows along the southern border of the province. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas. 

Species available in this area: Black Wildebeest, Springbuck (Common, copper, black and white), White blesbuck, Red Hartebeest, Hippo, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Leopard, Cheetah, Wild dog, Hyena

4.Northern Cape

The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest province. It has desert landscapes, wildlife and gemstones, steeped in stark, semi-desert beauty. It is the most sparsely populated province. It is also known as the diamond province. It is also home of Kimberley where the first diamond was discovered. The province is abounded with game and birdlife. It is bordered to the North by Namibia and Botswana. The province was created in 1994 when the Cape province was split up. The distances between towns are enormous due to its spar’s population. Its size is just shy of the size of the American state of Montana and slightly larger than that of Germany. It is ideal for return clients to collect more species and experience a different biosphere in South Africa. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas. 

Species available in this province: Wildebeest, Springbuck, Hyena, Wild dog, Lion, Giraffe, Jackal

 


 5. Western Cape

The Western Cape is a South African province. It is situated on the South Western coast of the country. It is also recognized as one of the most beautiful destinations. It is the most popular tourist destination. A jumble of diversity gives it its cosmopolitan flavour. The region is topographically and climatically varied. The southern coastal area is fertile. Snow is a most common occurrence in winter. The floral kingdom is made up of Fynbos and the protea family. The best-known feature is the Garden Route.  Coasts bordering the Indian and Atlantic oceans. It is known for the Port City of Cape Town set beneath Table Mountain. The Goukamma has more than 220 species of birds. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas. 

Species available in this province: Bontebok, Eland, Grysbok, Bushbuck, Bushpic

 

6. Free State

The Free State is a province of South Africa. The capitol city of this province is Bloemfontein. Its historical origin lies in the Boer republic called Orange Free State and later Orange Free State Province. The Free State is a rural province of wide horizons and blue skies with farmland, mountains, goldfields and widely dispersed towns. It has a wealth of historical and cultural attractions. The hunter will have the opportunity to hunt in calcareous panveld which support Karoo-like shrubs, camel thorn bushveld and majestic koppie veld, buffalo thorn veld and savanna grass land with umbrella thorn. The province is high lying with almost all land being above 1,000 metres. The Free State lies in the heart of the Karoo. The open grassy plains boast a variety of plain games species. The fertile soils of the Free State have ensured that much of this area is devoted to a thriving agricultural industry. Herds of springbuck and black wildebeest particularly enjoy the wide-open areas. Kudu and red Hartebeest frequent the koppies and ridges. If hunting plains game does not get your heart racing, four of the big five are also available for hunting in the Free State. The Free State is the best of the African hunting areas during the summer months from October to the end of March. The Free State offer both an exceptional African hunting experience as well as great value for money. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas. 

Species available in this province: Black Wildebeest, Common Blesbuck, White Blesbuck, Blue Wildebeest, BuffaloCommon Rheed buck, Cape Eland, Giraffe, Grey Rhebuck, Gemsbuck, Lechwe, Mountain Rheed buck, Nyala, Red Hartebeest, Roan, Ostrich, Sable, Springbuck (Black, common, white), Steen buck, Tsessebe, Waterbuck, Warthog, Zebra (Burchell`s)


7. Eastern Cape

The eastern cape is a province of South Africa. The capital is Bisho.  It`s two largest cities are Port Elizabeth and East London. It was formed in 1994 out of the Xhosa homelands. The landscape is extremely diverse. The Eastern Cape is a great province to have a safari. The western interior is largely arid Karoo, while the east is well-watered and green. The eastern cape offers a wide range of array of attractions, including 800 km`s of untouched and pristine coastline from Cape St Francis to the Wild Coast along with some particularly splendid beaches and big-five viewing in a malaria free environment. One of the destinations to see in this province is the Addo elephant park. The rugged unspoilt Wild Coast is a place of spectacular scenery and a graveyard for many vessels. The climate in this province is varied. The eastern cape is an exhilarating experience for hunters across the globe. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas

Species available in this province: Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, Leopard, Nyala, Bushbuck

8. Limpopo Province

This province is recommended for your first-time hunting safari in Africa. This is an introduction to African hunting. The bushveld is a sub-tropical woodland named after the term veld. As implied by the regions name, the bushveld`s well-grassed plains are dotted by dense clusters of trees and tall scrubs. The grass found here are generally tall and turn brown in winter, which is the dry season in South Africa. The undisturbed habitat, such as much of the Waterberg biosphere, are home of many large mammal species such as the rhino, giraffe, blue wildebeest, kudu, impala and a variety of further antelope species and other game. You will experience a true African Safari. Depending on out booking calendar, lodge availability and availability of trophies you wish to hunt, we customize your dream safari to suit your individual needs and requirements. Contact the office for trophy prices and information on hunt areas. 

Species available in this province: African wildcat,  Baboon, Blesbuck common, Blesbuck white, Limpopo Bushbuck, Bushpic, Cape Buffalo, Caracal lynx, Civet, Common duiker, Cape Eland, Gemsbuck, Giraffe, Red Hartebeest, Honey badger, Hippo, Impala, Black impala, Jackal (black backed), Klipspringer, Kudu, Nyal, Ostrich, Porcupine, Mountain Rheed buck, Roan, Sable, Steen buck, Waterbuck, Warthog, Blue Wildebeest, Golden Wildebeest, Zebra (Burchell`s) - (Nature conservation permit required for certain species)


 
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