The Cape Buffalo is perhaps the most well-respected of the Big 5
This Outfitter has guided clients to more Top 10 record book dangerous game animals than any other Outfitter in Africa. If trophy quality is at the top of your list, you won’t find a better dangerous game outfitter than this!” ~Trevor Brittingham
Botswana Hunting Season
Cape Buffalo Safari season typically runs from April to September.
Cape Buffalo Hunting Method
Although many times buffalo are spotted from the vehicle, the typical hunting method for cape buffalo is finding fresh sign from the roads and following the buffalo tracks on foot.
Although buffalo are not normally aggressive, when wounded, they become one of the world’s most dangerous game animals. They are one of the only animals that purposefully circle back on their own trail to “hunt the hunter.” The sheer menace and presence of these bad-tempered Dagga Boys make for an exciting hunt and a well-deserved trophy.
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
This outfitter has a 100% success rate on cape buffalo, and his trophy quality is hard to beat. Many bulls taken with have a spread exceeding 40 inches, while other hunters have taken bulls between 45-47 inches wide.
Botswana cape buffalo hunting is the most underrated in all of Africa. In our concessions, herds of over 500 are seen daily with trophy bulls having an average horn over 40 inches. However, many 45-47 inch bulls are taken as well.”
All trophies are cleaned and cared for either immediately after your harvest or as soon as you return to camp. Your animals are professionally skinned and salted, and the skulls are cleaned and boiled for you. All necessary trophy care (excluding dip & pack) is included in your safari, and no detail is spared.
Camps and Lodges
Comfortable camps are located in natural surroundings, near open water to attract a wide variety of animals. Each individual bush chalet or luxury tent is available for booking in private, exclusive safaris, which will assure visitors’ total privacy.
Luxury Tents and Chalets
These units are intimate, well appointed and private, with twin-bedded units, en-suite showers and toilets.
Botswana boasts a temperate climate. Rain falls during the summer months from November to March. It is unusual to encounter rain during the safari season. Rains tend to fall in short, sometimes heavy, thunder showers. Days on the whole are cloudless and sunny with average temperatures ranging from 60 to 90F.