We hunt on foot with shooting sticks, the ethical way, unless our clientele has physical restrictions. All vehicles are well maintained and fitted with radios for emergencies, winches, freedom seats, chairs, table and cooler box.
Firearm calibers to bring along for plains game safari: 338 Win Mag /300 Weatherby magnum/ 300 Winchester Magnum/ 30.06 Springfield/ 7mm Remington Magnum.
Dangerous game: 375 Holland & Holland / 416 Rigby etc/ 500 Nitro Express Calibers Available for rental ( additional charge per day plus ammunition used ): 2 shotguns/ 22. Long rifle and hornet for children/ 243 Winchester for children/ 7mm Remington/ 300 Winchester Magnum or Weatherby Magnum/ 338 Winchester Magnum/ 375 Holland & Holland/ 458 Lott
16000 hectares/ 40000 acres privately owned ranch with stock proof low fence and plenty of free ranging Kudu, Oryx, Hartebeest, Warthog, Springbuck, Cheetah, Leopard, Blue Wildebeest, Black Wildebeest, Burchell Zebra, Blesbuck and Jackal. Over 400000 hectares/ 1,2 million acres concession areas under contract all over Namibia for exotics such as Cape Eland, Mountain Zebra, Livingston Eland, Roan, Sable, Damara Dik-Dik, Klipspringer, Waterbuck, Giraffe etc. Many of these species are only available in game fenced areas.
Your trophies will be prepared by us in such a way that they are ready to be taken to the local dip & ship company who will ship to the taxidermy of your choice with a 3 month turnaround time. Please note that it is not possible to take along trophies as personal baggage at the end of the safari when travelling by air or road as Namibian veterinary regulations and EU import rules prohibit this.
WHAT TO PACK
Recommended clothing includes 2 sets of olive green or khaki shirts, trousers, shorts, a hat, sweater, gloves and woollen cap (you are on safari and bound to get a little dirty but our daily laundry and pressing service will take care of that). Comfortable, flat-soled boots and shoes as they are generally lighter and quieter when stalking in the field. Personal medication NB!
Our rooms feature the following: extra length orthopedic beds, down comforters with the finest cotton percale linen, electric blankets for those chilly nights, heaters, wooden fireplaces, hairdryers, gun safes, fly screens to keep insects out, fruit baskets, filtered water, snuggly gowns, shoe polish attire, 24 hour electricity 220-240 volt, private, en suite bathrooms, complimentary bio-degradable and organic toiletries for use ( soap, shampoo, body lotion, sunscreen, toothpaste, insect repellent) private verandas to relax on and watch our magnificent floodlit waterhole and unique sunsets.
Wooden boma to celebrate sundowners with typical African atmosphere to it.
Dinners in our thatched lapa, decorated in a unique African way, complimented by our fusion of cosmopolitan and local dishes.
Entertainment centre featuring a wine & scotch cellar, outdoor pool, jacuzzi, infrared sauna, fitness room and satellite television lounge, all at your disposal.
For the business minded person, there is:
Mobile phone reception, wifi hotspot, printing, scanning and copying facilities. Although our wish for you would be that you relax and rejuvenate whilst on safari with us!
Always check visa requirements beforehand. For most travellers, no prior visa is required for Namibia. However, please ensure that your passport is valid for more than 6 months after date of return and that the time period you are allowed to stay in Namibia, as indicated on your arrival form, covers at least the time of the hunting safari. Namibian immigration requires a minimum of three blank visa pages for each entry into Namibia. Other countries in the region may require more than three blank pages.
Parents travelling to Namibia with minor children should be prepared to produce unabridged birth certificates for their children demonstrating their parental relationship. Birth certificates should be original or certified copies of the original. When one parent is traveling alone with a child, he or she should present the unabridged birth certificate, plus a notarized consent from the other parent listed on the birth certificate authorizing him or her to enter/depart from Namibia with the child.
Please bring along any licenses you have for your gun. Upon arrival you will be issued with a temporary import permit for the gun. You have to declare the amount of ammunition upon arrival and departure. Maximum 100 rounds per rifle is allowed and must be packed separately to the gun, i.e. in your checked bag.