We offer hunting safaris in four of South Africa's provinces namely Limpopo, Kwa-Zulu Natal as well as the Eastern Cape and Free State Provinces. These provinces differ greatly in terms of habitat, prevalent species as well as the general lie of the land.
Limpopo is South Africa’s most Northern Province, lying within the great curve of the Limpopo River. It is a region of contrast, ranging from bushveld (mixed grassland, dense Acacia Thorn bush) to mountainous areas (home to the Waterberg Mountains), primeval indigenous forests and unspoilt wilderness. The province borders the countries of Botswana to the west, Zimbabwe to the north and Mozambique to the east. In the eastern region lies the northern half of the magnificent Kruger National Park, a nature reserve teeming with African wildlife in a total area roughly the size of Israel.
About 80 % of South Africa’s hunting industry is found in Limpopo
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A summer rainfall region, usually from late November until early March. The north and eastern areas are subtropical with hot and humid summers and mist in the mountains. Winter is mild, mostly frost free and has very little rain in the winter.
The Kruger National Park is a Malaria area. The following precaution should be taken. Consult your Doctor or local Travel Clinic, before traveling to Africa regarding the correct medication to take. You should do this even if you have traveled to Africa before.
This is the garden province of South Africa. It is a subtropical and lies on the Eastern coastline (Indian Ocean) with a blend of savanna grasslands and forests. The province stretches from Port Edward in the south to the borders of Swaziland and Mozambique to the north.
Its Western Part is marked by die dramatic Drakensberg mountain range, with several peaks well over 3 000 meters. Between the mountains and the humid, subtropical coastline is Savannah grassland, but there are also areas of indigenous forest along the coast.
Some of the game available: Suni, Nyala, Bush pig, Common Reedbuck and Red Bush Duiker.
Most of our Deep sea fishing takes place off this coastline.
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This is a summer rainfall area, with a climate that ranges from extremely hot (along the coast) and it can be very cold in the winter.
The Eastern Cape, lying on the Southeastern of the South African coast has rugged cliffs, rough seas and dense green bush of the stretch known as the Wild Coast. The province’s diverse climates and landscapes range from the dry and desolate Karroo (which lies to the West). Then you get the lush forests of the Wild Coast and the mountainous southern Drakensberg region.
Some of the game available:
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Increased rainfall as one move from west to east, where it is bordered by the Indian Ocean. Frosty winters and hot summers can be expected.
The Free State offers the breath taking Drakensberg Mountain Range and the Qwa Qwa National Park. The Free State lies in the heart of South Africa, with the Kingdom of Lesotho nestling in the hollow of its bean-like shape. Lying between the Vaal River in the north and the Orange River in the south, the region is one of flat, rolling grassland rising to lovely sandstone mountains in the northeast. This area has very little tree cover.
Common Springbuck (white and black)
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A lot of rainfall during the year and occasional snow