South Africa is one of the most popular hunting destinations in the world. The increased interest in hunting in South Africa is determined both by the variety and quality of trophies, and by the high level of hunting organization.
Hunting in South Africa is carried out on private hunting grounds and farms. It is strictly controlled and regulated by the government and hunting associations. The state policy is aimed at the development of hunting in this country, thanks to which the number of game animals has increased almost 4 times over the past 15 years.
We offer you a seven-day hunting tour for 5 wild animals of Africa.
To hunt in the Republic of South Africa, you can use rented and your own weapons. A temporary permit for the bringing of hunting weapons is issued for a period of 90 to 180 days upon entering the country. We provide assistance in preparing the necessary documents for the bringing and taking out of weapons. For almost all South African trophies (except for the lion, buffalo, elephant, and rhino), a rifle for various cartridges of 7.62 caliber is sufficient. It is prohibited to hunt wildebeests, springboks or gnu using smooth-bore weapon. You do not need to bring your own weapon, as you can rent the required caliber on site at any moment. There is almost always a choice of .222, .222 / 50, .243, .308, .306, .300 Winmag, .300 Shortmag, .375 H/H, .450 Wheatherby.
The tour cost
7 days — 5 animals — $6,000.