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  • Non-Hunting Activities
    French wine making tradition dating back to the late 17 th century it produces world class wines Enjoy wine tasting and fine dining surrounded by majestic mountains Great White Sharks Dyer Island near the southern tip of Africa is unquestionably one of the best places to view these predators Whale watching From May to November Southern Right whales flock to the coastal waters of the southern Cape to calve Fishing Some of our hunting areas have large tracts of inland waters home to bream bass catfish and yellow fish The south and east coasts of South Africa have good deep sea fishing The Kavango Chobe and Zambezi rivers in Botswana Zimbabwe and Zambia give you the opportunity to tackle the fierce tiger fish Equestrian For the casual rider experience day rides in or near our hunting areas or beach rides near Cape Town Longer dedicated horseback safaris in South Africa s Waterberg the Okavango Delta in Botswana or in Namibia are a must for the more experienced rider Adventure holidays White water rafting canoeing bungee jumping diving and hiking are just a few options for the outdoor enthusiast Luxury photographic safaris A five star experience in some of the finest private safari camps and wilderness areas in South Africa Botswana and East Africa Kruger National Park One of Africa s most famous and successful conservation areas with excellent game viewing including all of the big five and accommodation options to suite every taste and budget Victoria Falls One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World Surrounded by good hotels it offers curio shopping plenty of adrenalin filled adventures and family activities Nuwebaai Beach House Gansbaai Our family owned sea front holiday house is ideally situated to experience many activities in South Africa s Western Cape Overlooking Walker Bay its

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  • Important Information - Travelling
    European cities to O R Tambo International British Airways flies directly to Lusaka in Zambia three times per week A valid passport with at least two blank pages is required Entry visa requirements may change from time to time and country to country At present US UK and EU citizens do not require entry visas prior to arrival but we advise that you nevertheless consult your travel agent well in

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  • Travelling
    Last Updated on Friday 07 February 2014 03 55 T here are daily direct flights from the USA to O R Tambo International in Johannesburg South Africa Delta Airlines flies from Atlanta and both South African Airways and United Airlines fly from New York and Washington D C There are daily direct flights from all major European cities to O R Tambo International British Airways flies directly to Lusaka in Zambia three times per week A valid passport with at least two blank pages is required Entry visa requirements may change from time to time and country to country At present US UK and EU citizens do not require entry visas prior to arrival but we advise that you nevertheless consult your travel agent well in advance We can recommend the services of Gracy Travel particularly for US residents Clients are reminded that American Airlines no longer carry firearms Our Waterberg and Limpopo hunting areas are easily reached by road transfer For our hunting areas in the Eastern Cape a commercial flight to East London is required For hunts in Zimbabwe a commercial flight from O R Tambo International to Victoria Falls International Airport is necessary We strongly recommend that

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  • Terms of Business
    and travellers cheques Deposits may be wired electronically A deposit equal to 50 of the daily rates will confirm a booking The balance of the daily rates is due 60 days prior to arrival Trophy fees and other charges in terms of our final invoice are payable in cash or traveller s cheques upon termination of your safari Upon confirmation of your booking your detailed safari contract and a client questionnaire will be sent to you Cancellation Policy South Africa In the event of a cancellation more than 60 days prior to the commencement of your safari the deposit less a 15 administration fee will be refunded provided only that the safari can be ew booked Deposits will be non refundable in the event of a cancellation less than 60 days prior to the commencement of your safari Botswana Zambia In the event of a cancellation more than 6 months prior to the commencement of your safari the deposit less costs and a 20 administration fee will be refunded Deposits will be non refundable in the event of a cancellation less than 6 months prior to the commencement of your safari unless the safari can be re booked Zimbabwe In

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  • Firearms Importation
    2014 03 57 South Africa A temporary import permit is required We strongly suggest that you apply for the permit to be pre issued PHASA offers a comprehensive service in this regard The cost per application is 160 The PHASA website has detailed information in respect of the latest regulations We recommend that you contact them 6 weeks prior to your departure We will furnish them with the requisite invitation letter and liaise with both you and them during the application procedure You can also download the required import permit application here http www saps gov za crime prevention firearms importation index htm Generally the following rules apply Four firearms per person One firearm per calibre No semi automatic or fully automatic firearms Not more than 200 rounds of ammunition per calibre Ammunition must be in original packaging and be packed separately from the firearms i e in checked luggage Please note that a permit may be issued on good cause shown in respect of more than one firearm per calibre or in respect of semi automatic firearms and hunting handguns Zimbabwe A temporary import permit will be issued at your port of entry No prior application is required and

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  • Taxidermy
    F ield preparation of trophies is done in camp Trophies are upon conclusion of your safari delivered to the nearest taxidermist or shipping agent for onward shipment at the earliest possible opportunity to your taxidermist of choice Please note that delivery of trophies to the nearest taxidermist or shipping agent may in some instances only take place at the end of the hunting season Should you choose to have your

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  • Firearms & Ammunition
    375 416 or 458 class Most African countries have as a general rule a minimum legal requirement of 375 calibre with the exception of leopard in some instances A low powered scope particularly if you are not used to open sights is advisable for everything but leopard For leopard we recommend a scope with strong light gathering capabilities Use only premium quality ammunition softs for cats solids for elephant rhino and hippo and a combination of both for buffalo Twenty rounds of each should be adequate on a single species safari Plains game Calibres in the 7mm to 30 class are adequate A 375 will be fine as well A variable 3 9 power or a fixed 6 power scope is advisable Premium quality soft point ammunition approximately 60 rounds per calibre should be sufficient for a typical 10 14 day safari Wingshooting A 12 or 20 gauge bore doubled barrelled gun is advisable Because of volumes and weight we suggest that ammunition be obtained locally General Please discuss your requirements with us once a safari is booked For a typical 10 14 day general bag safari we recommend 2 rifles e g a light rifle 7mm 30 calibre and

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  • Packing List
    ideal Camouflage is legal in South Africa but can be problematic in other African countries We suggest the following Clothing see also Seasons Weather 1 pair of worn in boots ankle high with extra laces 2 3 pairs of socks for hunting Underwear 2 pairs of hunting trousers 2 pairs of hunting shorts optional 2 hunting shirts preferably long sleeve 2 T shirts neutral colours 1 warm jacket parka 1 warm jersey sweater optional Shooting vest on bird hunts only Cap hat Warm woollen beanie Gloves optional Casual camp wear a track suit is ideal include a sweater for evenings Camp shoes sneakers running shoes Sleepwear Travelling clothes Smart casual wear if a stay over elsewhere is part of the itinerary Blaze orange vests or caps are not recommended unless you are bird shooting Day pack Hunting Small day pack Sun block minimum SPF 20 Lip balm with SPF Tick insect repellent Sunglasses Camera with spare batteries Binoculars not to heavy 8 power is sufficient Rifles Guns see Firearms Ammo see Firearms Belt ammo pouches Rifle sling Soft rifle gun case optional Knife Multi tool optional Small flashlight with spare batteries optional Other Passports Visas Travel vouchers see Travelling Currency

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