South Africa – Antelopes

 In In the spotlight, South Africa

April – October

South Africa is, without any doubt, the perfect country for the antelope hunting considering a large variety of the species, 27 autochthonous and tens of species that come from Central Africa. The level of the hunt organization is very high. In a perfect style of the country’s touristic tradition, this reserve has excellent capacities, thanks to their hunting lodges which can be compared with any 3 or 4 stars hotel and which can also provide a full comfort to the hunters who are coming with their families. The hunt begins at dawn with an all-road vehicle for searching game, which, once found, is to be approached on foot. The reserve is situated in Cape Province, which is at about one hour from Port Elisabeth. The guns we advise are small and medium caliber from 243 to 300 Weatherby (for Eland). Port Elisabeth is reachable with a local flight from Johannesburg (90 minutes).

Rates

10 hunting days, 12 animals $6.400

Includes the following animals:
– Kudu
– Gemsbuck
– Blue or Black Wildebeest
– Impala
– Blesbuck
– Duiker
– Warthog
– Cull impala
– Cull Blesbuck
– Choose three between: Baboon, Jackal, Bushbuck, Mountain Reedbuck, male or female White Blesbuck or Black Springbuck

7 hunting days, 10 animals $6.000

Includes the following animals:
– Kudu
– Gemsbuck
– Springbok
– Impala
– Blesbuck
– Duiker
– Cull Kudu
– Cull Impala
– Cull Blesbuck
– Cull Warthog

7 hunting days, 10 animal 1 x 1 $5.000
7 hunting days, 10 animal 2 x 1 $4.700

Includes the following animals:
– Kudu or Gemsbuck or Wildebeest
– Impala or Blesbuck
– Springbok
– Duiker or Steenbuck
– Warthog
– Cull Kudu
– Cull Impala
– Cull Blesbuck
– Cull Springbok
– Cull Warthog

Rates include

All ground transport by 4×4 vehicle, hunting license, trophy fees for animals specified in the package (or wounded and lost), lodging and full board including beverages, beer and wine, daily laundry service, all services of a professional hunter, trackers and all camp staff.

Rates don't include

Air fares, transfer from Port Elizabeth (US$500), dipping and packing, trophy shipment, first preparation of trophies (US$100 per trophy), taxidermy, tips for tor staff and professional hunter, rifle rent and ammo, observer $170 daily.

Trophy Fees

Aardwolf $1.500 Red Lechwe $3.500
Baboon $800 Nyala $2.750
Buffalo starts at $10.000 Oribi $2.500
Bat Eared Fox $750 Ostrich $750
Barbary sheep $5.000 Porcupine $500
Blesbuck $600 Red Duiker $2.500
White Blesbuck $800 Common Reedbuck $1.500
Bontebok $1.750 Mountain Reedbuck $800
Bushpig $600 Black Springbuck $800
Cape Bushbuck $800 Cape Springbock $600
Cape Eland $2.750 White Springbuck $1.100
Cape Fox $750 Copper Springbuck $1.500
Cape Greysbuck $1.500 Steenbuck $350
Cape Hartebeest $1.350 Sable starts at $10.000
Cape Kudu $1.525 Springhare $300
Cape Lynx $1.500 Suni $2.500
Blue Duiker $1.500 Scimitar Oryx $5.000
Common Duiker $350 Vervet Monkey $300
Fallow deer $1.000 Vaal Reedbuck $1.500
Gemsbuck $1.525 Warthog $600
Genet $500 Waterbuck $2.750
Hyrax $100 Black Wildebeest $1.350
Impala $600 Blue Wildebeest $1.350
Black Backed Jackal $800 Burchell’s Zebra $1.600
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