Hunt across a wide range of terrains all over Southern Africa while unwinding in premium lodgings.
As a hunting destination, South Africa offers the widest variety of hunting areas and the most comprehensive species list. The country's fine infrastructure also means that transport needs are easily met. You'll find an authentic bushveld hunting environment not two hours from your arrival point at OR Tambo International in Johannesburg. More adventurous offerings are also readily available, like the remote and primordial wilderness of the Kalahari, or the mountainous verdure of the Eastern Cape. South Africa also enables hunters to combine their hunting safari with a photographic safari or tour, including easily accessible destinations like the Kruger National Park.Read More
The hunting areas that we make use of in Namibia are accessed via the capital city of Windhoek. They are characterized by dramatically arid scenery and their secluded nature, from the barren desert near Solitaire to the wilderness south of Etosha. This is as removed from civilization as it gets. Species that may be considered rare elsewhere are readily available here, like cheetah, Damara dik-dik, Hartmann's zebra and brown hyena. Hunters who choose Namibia for their hunting safari may opt to include local highlights like otherworldly Sossusvlei or wildlife-rich Etosha National Park in their hunting adventure.Read More
Zimbabwe hunts are sought-after for their authenticity. The hunting camps are rustic but comfortable, and the wilderness areas truly wild. Some grit and patience on your part are essential. Large tuskers, buffaloes and sable antelopes may be taken in the wilds of Matetsi, Binga and Gonarezhou, along with unique plains game species like Chobe bushbuck and Livingstone eland. A Zimbabwe hunting safari may also include a visit to the awe-inspiring natural world wonder of Victoria Falls at the beginning or end of your trip.Read More