Namibia 2014 special
Free roaming hunt in Namibia 2014 special:
7 hunting days and 2 days pickup and drop off. Total 9 days.
Hunting 1:1 - U$ 1900.00 per person.
Hunting 2:1 - U$ 1600.00 per person.
9 hunting days and 2 days pickup and drop off. Total 11 days.
Hunting 1:1 - U$ 2550.00 per person.
Hunting 2:1 - U$ 2150.00 per person.
11 hunting days and 2 days pickup and drop off. Total 13 days.
Hunting 1:1 - U$ 3150.00 per person.
Hunting 2:1 - U$ 2650.00 per person.
Daily rate include: Accommodation, All road Transportation to all hunting area and back to Windhoek. All road Transportation on farm, conservancy, License Fees.( Permits) Liability Insurance. Reasonable quantity Non-alcoholic beverages, Reasonable quantity Beer (max. 6 a day per person) Full board and lodging & Daily Laundry service, Professional hunter services, Tracking service. Wireless internet,
Government Tax (15% VAT ).
Animals that you want to hunt. Add animals you want to hunt. For pricelist click here
Flight tickets, Trophy exportation to any taxidermist, Trophy exportation to any transportation company, Packing & Shipping costs of trophies, Any tours throughout Namibia, Activity outside of hunting,
Transportation to any other hunting farm not owned by me, Accommodation before and after hunting safari period, Taxidermist charges.
We can offers Kudu, Oryx, Eland, Hartebeest, Springbok, Steenbok, Duiker, Warthog, Blesbok, Giraffe, Black Wildebeest, Blue Wildebeest, Zebra (Burchells), Zebra (Mountain), Impala, Damara Dik-Dik, Klipspringer, Waterbuck, Jackal, Baboons, Leopard, Cheetah and quite a variety of hunt able birds.
Game like Waterbuck and Impala will be hunted in a high fenced area. (10 000 ha)
Eland - $ 1650.00
Kudu - $ 1000.00
Red Hartebeest - $ 600.00
Gemsbok (Oryx) - $ 600.00
Warthog - $ 450.00
Steenbok - $ 300.00
Grey Duiker - $ 315.00
Springbuck - $ 600.00
Blesbok - $ 675.00
Black Wildebeest - $1350.00
Blue Wildebeest - $ 1200.00
Burchell's Zebra - $1050.00
Hartmann痴 Mountain Zebra - $ 1000.00
Waterbuck - $ 3000.00
Impala - $ 800.00
Caracal - $ 300.00
Giraffe - $ 3000.00
Jackal - $ 35.00 (free if not exported)
Baboon - $ 75.00 (free if not exported)
Porcupine - $ 200.00
Honey Badger - $ 780.00
African Wildcat - $ 300.00
Damara Dik-Dik - $ 1500.00
Klipspringer - $ 1200.00
Cheetah - $ 3000.00
Brown hyena - $ 3000.00
Leopard - $ 14 000.00 for 14 days package.
You are welcome to meet us at the hunting conventions in January 2014.
Dallas at the Dallas Safari Club hunting convention from the 9th until the 12th of January 2014.
# Booth 3360.
The next weekend from the 17th until the 19th of January 2014, I will be at the Houston Safari Club Worldwide Hunting Expo - convention. # Booth 212.
Also from the 22th until the 26th of January 2014 at the Washington Sportsmen痴 Show in Puyallup, Washington. # Booth 1142.
You must have cross bred that Dik Dik with an Eland. What a ruff on that guy.
+1, what a exceptional trophy!
Originally Posted by BRICKBURN
Some of the African game raises hair on parts of the body when he dies.
The Dik-Dik does it like this and to get a picture at this time look good.
I also like to get a picture of Springbok when it raises the hair on it痴 back and turn white.
Dirk that is a great offer and yes I love that little Dik-Dik as well also one of the tiny ten still on my list.
Thanks Dirk, I knew about the springbok, but not the dik dik...good information to know.
Originally Posted by orpahunt
Got any Dassies and Bird shooting available ?
Dirk, what are the odds of getting a Cheetah in 9 or 11 days?
I do bird and dassie hunting but you must combine it with plains game hunt.
May will be best to do this hunt.
You are welcome to e-mail me with more questions.
I can't guarantee that you will get a Cheetah but I get in a year up to 6 times the opportunity to get one.
Most times the hunter don't or can't hunt it because I must apply 14 days before the hunter arrive for a trophy hunting permit and they don't want to give permits for USA hunters.
Go on a jouney maybe you get rewarded for it.
Kudu seems cheap. Do you have that many walking around?
Sorry for responding late. I think it is all about free ranch animals that I hunt. 3 years ago a lot of Kudus died of rabies in our area so that I don稚 hunt Kudu痴 on my farm for 2 years. That allowed me to start hunting Kudus this year on my farm.
In 2011 hunters shot 15 Kudu痴 and only 2 on my farm.
In 2012 hunters shot 18 Kudu痴 and only 1 on my farm.
This year hunters shot 14 Kudu痴 and 6 hunted on my farm.
I think next year I will hunt more on my farm because I see more Kudu bulls walk together. Up to 6 Kudu bulls.
Other farmers in the conservancy give me permission to hunt on their ranches too and that area covers 41000 ha. (101313 acres)
All the farms are low fenced and animals can free roam from my farm to other farms as they like.
I have concessions in the North Western part of Namibia where I shot most of my Kudu痴 the last 3 years.