Over the years, South Africa has become a prime destination for hunters from all over the world looking to test their skills on African game. Easy access by air into the very modern and recently updated JNB International Airport, and the most advanced infrastructure of all of southern Africa, make her one of the top destinations for hunters and adventurers bound for the Dark Continent.
South Africa lies on the most southern tip of the African Continent. It has an area of a bit more than 1.2 million square kilometers, roughly twice the size of Texas. Her population of roughly 31.5 million speak primarily Afrikaans, English, and various of the tribal languages. The Capital city of Pretoria is a modern city with over 800,000 inhabitants. South Africa's climate is sub-tropical, the east being warmer and more humid than the west. The average annual temperature is about 17 degrees C (63 degrees F). Most common means of entry is by air to Johannesburg were no Visa is required for just about all foreign visitors.
South Africa offers the sportsman some of the most diverse hunting opportunities in the world in terms of numbers of species and availability of dangerous game. The many large concessions are readily accessible by road or the many conveniently located regional airports and private landing strips.
A hunting safari in South Africa will be a truly thrilling experience. Whether hunting plains game or the "Big Five" a safari in South Africa is sure to provide memories for a lifetime. South Africa's hunting camps and lodges range from high end tented camps to top notch luxury lodges. Comfortable, well staffed accommodations with electricity, hot showers, and all manner of modern amenities are always available. Many good Outfitters service the hunting operations in South Africa, among them African Sky ranks near the top. Both rifle hunting and bow hunting can be easily accommodated and conducted by highly experienced, licensed Professional Hunters. If you are looking for an exciting, unique, and memorable hunting experience, try South Africa.