Trophy Hunting Fees
In order to have a safe and successful trophy hunting adventure in Africa you will need the expertise and knowledge of a professional hunting outfitter. We employ some of the finest hunting outfitters and trackers in Africa that will guide you on your hunting safari so that you can bag the perfect trophy.
We possess years of experience in all forms of trophy hunting. Whether you prefer to hunt with a rifle or a bow, we have a firm understanding of the different habits of each specie.
Our policy is that if you don’t kill and harvest the African game you booked, then you don’t pay for it. Our trophy hunting fees include field dressing as well as transportation of game to a nearby Taxidermist. The trophy fees exclude daily hunting rates.
Our trophy hunting fees for the listed African game below are subject to quotas, necessary documents and permits as well as bookings with our concessions. Please try and make a booking for your desired game animal at least 8 weeks in advance to avoid disappointment.
Dangerous Game & Big Five Trophy Hunting Fees
Planes Game Trophy Hunting Fees
The hartebeest also known as kongoni, is an African antelope,
Mountain zebras are found on mountain slopes, open grasslands and woodlands.
Plains zebras generally live in treeless grasslands and savanna woodlands.
Blesbok can be found in open veld or plains of South Africa.
Ostriches formerly occupied Africa north and south of the Sahara and East Africa,
Steenbok live in a variety of habitats from semi-desert too woodland and thickets.
Duikers are primarily browsers rather than grazers, eating leaves, fruit, buds and bark.
The impala is diurnal meaning they are mainly active during the day.
The honey badger has a fairly long body, but is distinctly thick-set and broad across the back.
The bat-eared fox has tawny fur with black ears, legs and parts of the pointed face.
The brown hyena inhabits desert areas, semi-desert, and open woodland savannahs.
Black Face Impala
The Black-faced Impala is naturally confined to the Kaokoland and Angola.
African Wild Cat
The fur colour of the African wildcat is light sandy grey, and sometimes with a pale yellow or reddish hue.
The aardwolf resembles a very thin striped hyena, but with a more slender muzzle.
Porcupines are rodents with a coat of sharp spines, or quills, that protect against predators.