KALAHARI | SOUTH AFRICA
The concession lies at the entry of the Kalahari Desert in the north western region of South Africa. Its hunting grounds are world famous and it's also home to the San people who inhabited this area for millenniums and proudly named it themselves. This wild and unique eco-system, stretching over three Southern African countries, namely Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, covers more than 2 500 000 square km. The concession is approximately 450 km from Kimberley Airport. Please refer to the map provided.
Trophies include White Rhino, Sable, Roan, Giraffe, Tsessebe, Burchell's Zebra, Cape Eland, Waterbuck, Greater Kudu, Gemsbok, Kalahari Springbok, Red Hartebeest, Blue Wildebeest, Black Wildebeest, White and Common Blesbok, Impala, Warthog, Ostrich, Common Duiker, Steenbok and Black-backed Jackal.
While hunting in this beautiful part of the Kalahari, we will be staying and relaxing in a four-star lodge with spacious en suite air conditioned rooms with dressing room and small lounge area. Absolute luxury is what we have and bringing this to the bush will enhance your African hunting experience. The rooms are serviced daily and we also provide a laundry service. Lovingly prepared traditional cooking as well as tasty continental cuisine will round off this unforgettable experience. Non-hunters will appreciate relief from a hot African sun in the cool depths of the pool or under the shade of our adjoining lapa. The well-stocked bar is also at your disposal and you are welcome to whatever you like.
Arms ammunition and hunting conditions
The distances that we will be shooting can range between 70 and 250 meters. Flat-shooting calibers in the .270 Winchester - .300 Winchester Magnum range are preferable, although larger calibers, such as .375 Holland Magnum can come in handy. Telescopic sights with a 6x magnification are more than adequate. Most hunting is done by walking and stalking.
Climate and vegetation
Temperatures vary from -1°C to 20°C in winter and 20°C to 45°C in summer. Vegetation mainly consists of Acacia thorn trees and various grass species. It can be described as a semi Savanna / Bushveld habitat.
Clothing and gear
During the months of April and October light clothing can be worn during the day and a light jacket at night. From May to September, the nights and early mornings are very cold, which requires warmer clothing and gloves. Do not forget your pair of well-worn boots, a hat and sunscreen.
March - October
Health and safety
This area is Malaria free. The closest hospital is approximately 2 hours away.
Electricity: 220/230 volts 50 Hz (generator).
Standard time will be throughout the year, 2 hours in advance of Greenwich Mean Time, 1 hour in advance of Central European Winter Time and 7 hours of Eastern Standard Winter Time, U.S.A.