We invite you to join us on your next safari. You will leave with premier trophies, great memories, and experience even more than what you had imagined.

Namibia is a great destination for the first time hunter to Africa. For the second and third time hunter, it allows you time to hunt and explore the smallest of antelope in the African bush, to our majestic plains and our breath taking rivers,dersert and mountains.

Namibia is a hunters paradise with over 40 plains game species to choose from. From the sought after Spiral Horn Collection, Kudu, Eland, Nyala and Bushbuck, to the Springbuck , Blue WildeBeest, Black WildeBeest, Gemsbuck, Red Harte Beest, Waterbuck,  Zebra,  Warthog, Giraffe, Steenbuck, Duiker, Common Blesbuck,  and many more.

Visitors bringing firearms into Namibia for hunting purposes, will be asked to fill in a - Temporary Import Application which is available at the airport just after passport control.

We  welcome all hunters, no matter what age, physical condition or hunting capabilities.

 

Bow hunting:

Classic Bow Hunting Safaris have become increasingly popular amongst discerning archers with a variety of species on offer.  Our Professional Hunters are highly qualified, experienced and technically competent with the advice they offer for tough African game and the hunting methods.
We  have carefully selected hunting areas to ensure maximum success and quality of trophies in your hunt.  The expertise of renowned Professional Hunters will ensure the Bow Hunter an unforgettable Safari.

Methods

Bow hunts are usually conducted in the ways depending on your specific situation, own ability and the species being hunted:

Blinds

By far the majority of successful bags are made from permanently constructed blinds. These are situated approximately 20 yards from waterholes and salt licks.

Depending on the terrain, sun and wind direction you will hunt out of ground, pit blinds or a tree blind. These blinds are comfortable with enough space to move in while you anxiously wait.

Stalking

This method is used for those species that do not frequent the waterholes. This method is more productive during the early part of the season March to, May) when sufficient cover is still available to make stalking possible.

The terrain hunted will play a big roll in the success of this method; it is for the diehard Bow hunters, tough but quite possible if conditions are favourable.

Fixed three or four bladed broad heads is recommended.

Rates and Packages:

Please contact us for the latest  prices on the packages .  Clients can hunt off the Trophy Price List on a Daily Rate or alternatively, you can choose a package or we can tailor make a package for your needs

Taxidermy: Most of our clients make use of First Class trophies or Caspers Taxidermy, that are well known for their service through streamlined precision. Whether you require their full Taxidermy service or fast and efficient Dip and Pack, they are able to offer you an affordable and efficient trophy management solution.  

What you should pack/ Checklist for Safari
  • Valid Passport (6months from day of entry) with at least 2 blank pages in your passport.
  • Sunblock
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • 2 pairs of dark khaki / camo trousers
  • 2 dark khaki / camo long sleeved shirts
  • 2 dark khaki / camo short sleeved shirts
  • Thermal underwear
  • Warm socks
  • Gloves
  • Warm jacket
  • Insect  repellent
  • Dark / camo Cap or hat
  • Ammunition
  • Pocket knife
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Rifle cleaning kit
  • Electricity currency converter (South Africa uses 220volt)
  • Diary
  • Alarm clock
  • Prescribed personal medication
 Rifle Laws and documentation
  • Copy of your passport
  • Copy of your travel itinerary
  • Proof of ownership of your rifle; Form 4457 from your local customs office
  • Proof of export (obtained at the airport upon departure of US or from country of origin and may not be older than 6 months old!
  • Letter of invitation from us, your hunting outfitter