Namibia Plains Game
If you are ok with simpler (but adequate) lodging, Namibia may be for you. You will stay in a farm house with the owners of the farm, and the hunting will be exceptional. The owners are Great honest people who specialize in spot-and-stalk bow hunting. They own 14k acres in the back yard with 100k acres in concessions and speak five different languages.
Most of the plains game taken on this hunting concession are gold medal trophies. There are many, many plains game species available to hunt, but this area is a paradise for Greater Kudu, Oryx, Eland, Zebra, Hartebeest, Blessbok, Warthog, Steenbok, Duiker, Damara Dik-Dik, and the Jackal.
All game animals are born and bred on the farm. They do not believe in “put and take” hunting nor in “canned” hunting and are proud to uphold the tradition of ethical fair-chase hunting.
- Hunting Season in Namibia is February through November.
- The landscape is breathtaking open Savannah, dry rivers, huge Maroela trees, and a Palm-like landscape.
- The Professional Hunter is experienced with both rifle and bowhunting.
- Safaris are custom made to fit your personal goals for your Africa Safari!
- Hunting takes place from hides and on “stalking walks” according to the hunter’s preference.
- Since emphasis is put on exclusivity and individual service, they only take a maximum of 4 hunters at a time (2 x 2 : 1).
The main lodge is comfortable, with spotlessly clean rooms. Each bedroom has its own bathroom, and a laundry service is available daily on request. Enjoy very good home cooked meals. The outfitter will meet you at the International Airport in Windhoek. You will travel by road to the farm in an air conditioned vehicle, giving you an opportunity to see some of the country. Alternatively there are internal flights with Air Namibia 3 times a week to Rundu, which is a 2.5 hours drive from the hunting area.
In addition to their hunting lodge, they have a rough camp, with luxury tents for all kinds of DIY hunting.