A detailed list of the terms and conditions that apply to all our hunting safaris in South Africa.
A deposit of 20% is required upon booking your hunting safari. The balance is payable upon completion of the safari. Only trophies taken or wounded are charged for.
If you book one of our special packages and do not take all of the trophies included, a credit is given at 90% of the list price of the trophy for the trophies that you did not take or wound. This should, however, rarely be necessary.
If the hunting safari is canceled, cancellation fees will be due and payable according to the following:
ASH Adventures, its agents and employees shall not be held liable for any damage, losses and expenses suffered by any client as a result of sickness, quarantine, weather conditions, war, strikes, riots or any other cause outside of our control.
ASH Adventures, its agents and employees, accept no liability in respect of death, injury, loss or damage to person or property arising out of any act, omission or negligence. The client shall be deemed to have waived, renounced and abandoned any and all right or entitlement which the client may be entitled to under the provisions of the law of the Republic of South Africa for any loss or damage to person or property.
ASH Adventures shall not be held liable for any loss or expense arising from the loss of property, cancellation or curtailment of the hunting safari however caused, save only to the extent that such loss of baggage, cancellation or curtailment was caused by the hunting outfitter's negligence.
Clients may not carry any unlawful articles or substances whilst in South Africa, Zimbabwe or any Southern African country where a hunting safari is being conducted with ASH Adventures. If any hunter or observer offends against the prohibitions set out herein, the hunting outfitter will be entitled to immediately exclude from the safari hunting party the offender who will be responsible for his or her own repatriation and all costs thereof. ASH Adventures will under no circumstances assist any such offender in any dealings or negotiations with any authority.
In all matters where it is or may be necessary to have recourse to the Court, the Courts of the Republic of South Africa shall have sole jurisdiction to the exclusion of the Courts of any other country and the law of the Republic of South Africa shall prevail.