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  • Gauteng Hunting Camps - South Africa
    stone s throw from the Botswana border The lodge has been established on a large game concession of some 13 000 acres and features its own airstrip As such it is most easily accessible by charter airplane The surrounding area is typical Kalahari bush country extremely remote and teeming with all manner of African game species The nearby town of Pomfret features a small airport The nicely appointed and comfortable lodge is centrally located on a ranch surrounded and protected by high fences as lion and other dangerous game species freely roam this vast concession Accommodations consist of chalets under thatch and feature en suite bathrooms The main lodge features a well appointed sitting area bar and dining area A beautiful patio and fire pit lie just outside the bar area and the swimming pool is perfect for cooling off after a hard day s hunt trekking through the Kalahari sand The lodge is professionally staffed with food drink and services of the highest quality It is a virtual oasis for the hunter in the Kalahari Set in one of the most remote regions of South Africa Area is characterized by sandy soil dotted with flat topped acacia trees One

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  • Trophy Animals in the Kalahari - South Africa
    dreams of hunters wishing to hunt on the dark continent A hunting safari in southern Africa will help you realize this dream Gemsbok Gemsbok are well equipped to survive in harsh environments like the Namib and Kalahari deserts These large antelope are typically hunted for their strikingly tall horns and unique features Black Wildebeest The Dutch word wildebeest translates to wild cattle Black wildebeest are endemic to southern Africa and occur in much smaller populations than their blue counterparts Springbok South Africa s national animal poses an exciting hunting opportunity in South Africa These accomplished jumpers enjoy the open plains of the eastern Free State and the Northern Cape s Kalahari region Blesbok Common Closely resembling his cousin the bontebok blesbok are a popular plains game species among hunters The white blazes on their faces give them a truly unique appearance Eland Southern Africa s largest antelope species can also be hunted on a safari in South Africa The common eland is second in size only to the rare giant or Lord Derby eland of northern Africa Giraffe The sheer size and length of the giraffe makes for an exciting hunting opportunity Though their horns may seem insignificant male giraffe can wreak grievous injuries on competitors and predators Blue Wildebeest The blue wildebeest is popular among plains game species hunters Well equipped with forward facing horns and muscle the blue wildebeest can be very aggressive when threatened Impala Impala are used for a variety of hunting functions a beginner hunter s initiation camp meat baiting for leopard etc This bushveld staple occurs on game concessions throughout South Africa Jackal The black backed jackal is typically hunted by chance while pursuing another game species These coyote like creatures are quite common throughout Southern Africa and hunted quite frequently Kudu The majestic

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  • Map of Loweveld Hunting Camps - South Africa
    Packages Price List Useful Info About Overview Map Camps Animals The lowveld forms part of South Africa s Mpumalanga province Home Areas Camps Lowveld Map Lowveld Hunting Map 10 Day Father Son 10 Day Plains Game 14 Day Lion Buffalo Plains Game Request a Quote Call 27 12 809 1632 1 800 532 4615 0 808 189 1079 1 800 987 613 Online Please fill in our enquiry form Enquire

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  • Lowveld Hunting Camps - South Africa
    within convenient proximity to the world renowned Kruger National Park in the Malelane region The lodge has been handsomely erected at the foot of a mountain ceding spectacular views The main building hosts a bar spacious common area and expansive verandah with a table and comfort chairs ideal for post hunt relaxation A sparkling swimming pool offers year round reprieve from the sweltering African sun The lodge s units are tossed across the mountain slopes and connected to the main building by little footpaths All rooms host either one large double bed or two single beds and are completed with en suite bathrooms that offer a shower and a toilet Each unit also boasts a personal verandah to unwind and enjoy the scenery from As is customary on a South African hunting safari evenings are spent indulging in drinks and banter around the campfire If you are lucky you may hear the call of a leopard slicing through the silence of the darkened Lowveld Set in densely wooded savannah Stunning views of the surrounding hillside Decorated in an African theme with many trophies on display One of the most luxurious hunting lodges utilized by African Sky Video Photo Gallery Highlights

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  • Animals that can be hunted in the Eastern Cape - South Africa
    they are at their most active Bushbuck The smallest of the spiral horned antelope bushbuck are medium sized with a series of white spots along the lower half of their bodies Male bushbuck average at 79cm at shoulder height and 42kg in weight Common Reedbuck Also known as the southern reedbuck the common reedbuck ram s horns average between 35 and 45cm 14 18 in They reach 90cm at shoulder height Reedbuck enjoy grazing in moist grasslands with tall grasses Eland The common eland is Southern and East Africa s largest antelope Males typically weigh in at 700kg 1 545 lbs but can reach around 940kg 2 070 lbs Its spiral horns range between 51 and 69cm 20 27 in in length Elephant Africa s largest land mammal will prove one of the most challenging hunts Elephant are hunted on foot and may need to be stalked for many miles Their speed and aggression should not be underestimated Giraffe Averaging a height of 5 6m 16 20 ft tall the world s tallest mammal can also be hunted in southern Africa The giraffe s thick tough skin will require the same bullet selection as you would use for an elephant Grey Duiker Also known as the common duiker grey duiker are small antelope They can survive without water as they receive sufficient moisture from browsing and eating fruit Grey duiker may prove difficult to hunt as they camouflage well Impala Impala are very common and hunted by most hunters that visit southern Africa They are ideal for the first hunt Additionally Impala meat can be used for camp meat or baiting leopard on a Big Five hunt Jackal Black backed jackals are much like the coyotes of North America Many farms encourage jackal hunting to keep their numbers down they typically prey on small antelope vulnerable livestock and also scavenge Kudu Greater Kudu are coveted for their majestic spiral horns The horns reach an average of 120cm 47 in with a record 187cm 74 in Any length over 150cm 60 in is considered an exceptional trophy Lion The king of the big cats and African predators a male lion can reach a weight of 250kg They are the second largest cat after tigers First shot placement is vital as a wounded lion may be even more dangerous than a healthy one Mountain Reedbuck As his name implies mountain reedbuck are generally hunted in the more mountainous regions of sub Saharan Africa Expect to do quite a bit of climbing on a mountain reedbuck hunt Nyala Known as the kudu s fluffy cousin the elusive Nyala offers a striking trophy for the dedicated hunter Male nyalas are typically dark brown or slate grey in color with a series of white stripes down their sides Red Hartebeest Red Hartebeest have been nicknamed the Harley Davidson of antelope species due to the curvature of their horns Red Hartebeest prefer open plains and grassland savanna for grazing Roan Antelope One of the largest species

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  • Map of Zimbabwe Hunting Camps
    Price List Useful Info About Overview Map Camps Animals Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in Southern Africa Home Areas Camps Zimbabwe Map Zimbabwe Hunting Map 14 Day Elephant 10 Day Buffalo 10 Day Buffalo Crocodile Request a Quote Call 27 12 809 1632 1 800 532 4615 0 808 189 1079 1 800 987 613 Online Please fill in our enquiry form Enquire Now We Accept General Sitemap Privacy Policy

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  • Hunting Camps - Zimbabwe
    often be awoken by the spine tingling roar of a lion roaming the boundaries of the lodge in the darkest hours of the night The seven thatched en suite chalets can accommodate a total of 14 guests Chalets are well equipped and fitted with 220 volt power points Daily laundry services mean that your luggage does not need to be loaded with a fresh ensemble for every day While there is no internet connection available there is cellular reception to ensure that guests are not completely cut off during their trip The main building is equipped with a bar lounge and intimate dining area Meals are often enjoyed on the upper deck which boasts mesmerizing sunset views of the valley The swimming pool offers a cool reprieve after a long day under the blaze of the African sun All meals are well prepared with only the freshest ingredients From traditional African style braais BBQ on an open fire and kudu hamburgers to homemade lasagna and freshly baked bread on a daily basis hunters will not go hungry or want for a proper meal A large supply of bottled water and fresh fruit and vegetables will also ensure that hunters keep chipper during their safari Though the lodge and chalets are regularly treated for mosquitos and are not located close to stagnant water sources anti malarials are still essential Discuss precautionary measures with your personal physician before departing for Africa The lodge is located only 50km 30 miles from Hwange National Park The main camp at the park is ideal for families accompanying hunters or observers who seek a bit more luxury during their safari Main Camp offers game drives in the park and additional amenities such as WiFi Accommodation at Main Camp must be booked separately at an additional cost

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  • Trophy Animals - Zimbabwe
    horn size markings and body coloration Giraffe While giraffe are typically docile in nature they can easily turn aggressive and territorial when threatened by rival giraffe or predators Giraffe are hunted by spot and stalk or by tracking their distinctive spoor Elephant Along with the bad tempered buffalo and well armed rhino hunting this enormous pachyderm could mean a very dangerous hunt However trophy hunting the Big Five will probably prove the most exciting hunting endeavor of your life Impala Impala hunting can often be more functional than just a trophy pursuit Ideal for camp meat baiting leopard or simply cutting the hunter s teeth before the real hunt starts impala are the bread and butter of hunting antelope in Southern Africa Kudu The kudu is such an iconic figure among South African wildlife that its silhouette is the official logo for the country s national parks Sought after by hunters for its majestic spiral horns kudu make for remarkable trophies Waterbuck This striking large antelope with its rounded V shaped horns and distinctive white ring on its rump offers a spectacular trophy indeed Their fluffy coats and additional white markings add to their attractive semblance Leopard The smallest member of the Big Five may prove the most challenging to hunt In Zimbabwe leopard are hunted with bait and you may often wait in the hide until the wee hours of the morning before this big cat arrives Buffalo Nicknamed the black death and the widow maker by hunters buffalo pose a challenging but exhilarating hunting endeavor First shot placement may be the difference between life and death a wounded buffalo is an angry buffalo Zebra Zebra are sought after by hunters for their dazzling skins If it is indeed the skin that you are after when hunting zebra look

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