This South Africa Safari is one that you won’t soon forget!
Spanning over 25,000 acres with miles of mountainous terrain, interspersed with valleys and river bottoms, you will be amazed at the number of plains game animals you see on this South Africa safari. Get More Information »
The hunting was off the hook, with LOTS of game. The people were great, the PH’s were fun, friendly, and professional. The food was spectacular, as was the lodging.”
What you should expect on this South Africa safari
Safari Hunting Method
After breakfast, you will jump in the back of the hunting rig and either drive roads looking for game, or sit in a hide… don’t worry, you will see a lot of game. There is no shooting from the truck. Once an animal is spotted, you will start your stalk. Animals that seem relaxed while you are in the truck become VERY wild once your feet hit the ground. The hunting area is huge, and the species you are hunting will dictate which part of it you are hunting. The PH is knowledgeable, and will be totally focused on your hunting goals.
Once an animal is taken, the staff will be called on the radio to take care of it and get your trophy to the skinning shed. They will take care to properly skin your animal the correct way depending on how you want it mounted. Immediately following your hunt, a taxidermist will collect your trophies and get them dipped, packed and ready for shipping.
There is a roadless area on the backside of the ranch where there are kudu bulls dying of old age…. that intrigues me, and I plan on hunting them soon.” ~Cory Glauner
As a bowhunter, this place is a dream come true. Whether your game is spot-and-stalk, sitting a ground blind, or a mix of both, you will have a blast! You could be stalking game from dawn to dusk if you wished. A truly amazing place to hone your bowhunting skills.
Opinions differ, but we feel that the best time of year to hunt in the Limpopo province of South Africa is late May through August. The later you go the less cover there will be and you will see more game. Honestly though, don’t stress about it too much. Just go! You won’t regret it.
We went in July and it was amazing. Nice and cool weather and not a cloud in the sky. Perfection.” ~Shad Wheeler
Plains Game Species Available
An amazing variety of plains game species are available on this hunt including: Baboon; Blesbuck; Blue Wildebeest; Bush pig (Opportunity); Bush pig (On bait); Hyena; Steen buck; Oryx; Giraffe; Duiker; Klipspringer; Hippo; Kudu; Kudu (60″+ also available); Impala; Red hartebeest; Nyala; Tsessebe; Warthog (Trophy); Waterbuck; Zebra; Eland; Bushbuck; Reedbuck (Common); Reedbuck (Mountain); Ostrich; Sable; Cape Buffalo; Roan; and Leopard.
Trophy Cape Buffalo, and Leopard are also available.
Leopard and Cape buffalo can be hunted from the main lodge upon request and depending on available tags. Other species of dangerous game such as lion, elephant, and crocodile will be hunted in other areas, and need to be planned prior to your safari.
Travel, Food, and Lodging information for this hunt
Travel to South Africa
You will fly to Johannesburg, South Africa where the PH will meet you immediately upon landing. He will help you with your luggage and rifle or bow. The “Joburg” airport is very modern and easy to navigate. From the airport, the PH will drive you to the hunting area, which is a two-and-a-half hour drive North. Once you arrive at the lodge, all travel while hunting will be from 4×4 pickup trucks with racks in the back. All vehicles are new, clean, and in good working order.
THIS SOUTH AFRICA SAFARI
Many hunters worry about travelling to Africa, but there is no need. The airport in South Africa is easy, clean and modern. Most people speak good English, and the PH will be right there to help you with the entire process.”
5-Star Lodge Accommodations
The lodge consists of 6 en-suite rooms, decorated in a modern afro-ethnic style. Elegant, yet understated and always in pristine condition with natural stone, wood and thatch. The lodge also boasts a swimming pool, fully stocked bar, an outside dining area, and a lapa area with fire pit and bbq.
South African ‘Boere’ Cuisine
The food is South African ‘Boere’ (local) with a touch of European. Expect lots of meat, vegetables, and fruit, all complimented by a variety of South African wines. You will eat a hearty breakfast, usually come back to the lodge for lunch, and then a nice dinner at night. Prior to dinner, you will lounge around the fire pit or in the bar talking about the days hunt and tomorrows plans. You will feel at ease with the staff, who treats you, not as a client but, as a friend.
Other Activities are also available
If you aren’t a hunter, or have non-hunters in your group, don’t worry because there are plenty of activities available.
- Elephant back safaris*
- Curio Shopping*
- Rock Art Expose’ – Bushmen paintings
- African tribal dancing
- A visit to the White Lions*
- Game drives and walking safaris*
- Bird Watching
- Trips to outlying areas*
- Helicopter rides*
- Horse Riding game viewing Safaris*
- Just relax and enjoy Africa
Please note that items marked with an asterisk (*) are charged additionally.
There’s not one bad thing I could say about this South Africa safari. It was the trip of a lifetime for me and my son.”
Outfitter Report - Africa was good to this German hunter
It has been a good start to our season. We just dropped off our first hunter, who was from Germany at the airport. He had a great Safari here in South Africa, taking a nice buffalo, sable, nyala, zebra and blesbuck.
Custom gear list for this South Africa safari:
We suggest the following clothing list: