Trophy AnimalsBig Five Trophy Hunting

Leopard Hunting

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The leopard is the smallest of the Big Five, but do not underestimate this cat!

If you are looking for a Leopard hunting safari in Namibia it’s important to know that the region where Ekuja Hunting Safaris is located has the highest concentration of Leopard in the country. Our Leopard hunting trophy pictures speak for themselves, we obviously have a high Leopard population and excellent trophy quality.

For the trophy hunter who has been seeking this elusive member of the Big Five, we offer Leopard hunting safaris each year and have a very high success rate. We begin baiting and setting up hides in key locations a couple months before your arrival in order to stimulate the Leopard activity and increase your chances of taking your Leopard.

The leopard is the smallest of the Big Five, but do not underestimate this cat! He can be most dangerous when wounded and is probably the animal most likely to charge. The leopard can live without water by extracting it from his prey, however, he will drink regularly if water is available. Leopards often carry their prey up into the trees to protect it from the larger predators. It is amazing to watch them carry prey weighing easily as much as their own weight into the tree tops.