We hunt in a number of different concession areas across South Africa. Accommodation in all the hunting areas and concessions range from very comfortable to luxurious. Typically it would consist of bungalows under thatch in the style which is so common in Southern Africa. It can however also take the form of East African Style safari tents.
In all cases en suite bathrooms are available. The great care taken to ensure the structures blend in well with the surrounding area is often apparent. Catering is to a high standard with two full meals and one light meal provided daily. Snacks are always available and we will gladly cater to any specific dietary requirements. A large variety of beverages are available.
The bushveld is characterized by wooded savannah in varying degrees of density. The area is home to a great number of mammal species ranging from the small duiker antelope to the mighty African Elephant. In addition to the diversity in mammal species the area is blessed with a rich bird life with many of South Africa's most colorful birds found in this wilderness area.
The Eastern Cape receives increased rainfall as one moves from west to east where it is bordered by the Indian Ocean. To the west lies the Karoo, which is a semi-arid type desert land. Most of the area is hilly and some portions are quite mountainous. The climate can be varied, with frosty winters and hot summers.Great terrain to enjoy a hunt in South Africa.
The Free State is the central province of South Africa. It is a rural province where farming plays an important role in the economy. We conduct safaris in areas of the Eastern Free State, which are characterized by rolling grassland with majestic sandstone hills rising from the plains below.
The semi arid Kalahari straddles two of South Africa's provinces namely the North West and Northern Cape. It also stretches into the countries of Botswana and Namibia where this thirst land supports great herds of plains game. We conduct safaris in the far eastern areas of the Kalahari.
The Lowveld lies in the north eastern part of South Africa. The landscape changes drastically as one moves to the east. The Drakensberg of Mpumalanga rises and separates the high plateau (highveld) from the low plains (lowveld), which extend to the east taking in most of Kruger National Park.
The hunting areas in Zimbabwe are easily accessible from either Buluwayo in the South or the Victoria Falls in the north. A drive of about two hours from either airport brings you to the heart of the African wilderness where amazing hunting experiences are on offer in vast wilderness areas.