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03-15-2009, 10:16 AM #1
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All prices are quoted in U.S Dollar and Euro.
1. Daily rate plains game $300/230 1PH 1 Hunter
2. Daily rate plains game $250/180 1PH 2 Hunters
3. Daily rate dangerous game $550/420 1PH 1 Hunter
4. Daily rate $175/130 Observer
5. Arrival day $200/ 130 per hunter
6. Fly fishing $300/230 per day
7. Photographic Safaris $300/230 per day
8. Gun hire $50/40 per day, excluding Ammo
1) - SPECIAL PACKAGES
7 Days (5 days hunting) to include 6 Species: Blue\Black wilderbeest, Hartebeest or Gemsbuck Impala Blesbuck Springbuck Duiker Ostrich (female), and one night of vermin hunting (2x1 only) (limited packages available) $2,995/ 2,495
2) - FULL BAG PACKAGE
11 Day (9 days hunting) to include 10 Species: Kudu Gemsbuck Red Hartebeest Blue wilderbeest Impala Blesbuck White Blesbuck Springbuck Duiker Ostrich (1x1 only) $8,495/ 6,990
3) - GRAND SLAM PACKAGE
10 Days (8 days hunting) to include 6 Species: Common Springbuck Black Springbuck White Springbuck Copper Springbuck Common Blesbuck White Blesbuck (1x1 $4,995 / 3,990) (2x1 $4,595 / 3,790
4) - FIRST TIMER PACKAGE
10 Days (8 days hunting) to include 5 Species: Kudu, or Cape Eland or Oryx (Gemsbuck) Blue wilderbeest or Black wilderbeest or Red Hartebeest Impala Springbuck (1x1 $4,995 / 3,990) (2x1 $4,595 / 3,790
5) - NYATI PACKAGE
10 Days (8days hunting) to include: Buffalo Bull Plains Game Species wanted can be taken during hunt at trophy fees on pricelist (1x1 for $16,500 / 13,750
6) - PRINCE ANTELOPE PACKAGES
7 Days (5 days hunting) to include 3 Species Sable Antelope Roan Antelope Oryx (Gemsbuck) (1x1 for $19,500 / 16,250
Non-hunting observers for $175 per day on any of the 6 packages
Deposit of 50% required at time of booking and remainder paid on departure
All lion hunts take place on free roaming lions and under no circumstances will a canned lion hunt take place.
The above rates include:
(1x1) or (2x1) service of a professional hunter, trained skinners, trackers and camp staff.
Accommodation, meals, daily laundry, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages in moderation.
Pick up and drop off at Kimberley Airport.
Field preparation of trophies and hunting licenses.
All transport during safari e.g. (hunting vehicle/luxury vehicle).
The above rates do not include:
Trophy fees of animals taken or wounded (see pricelist below)
All taxidermy work including Dip and Pack, shipment.
14% Government value added tax (VAT), on daily rates.
Terms of business:
50% payment of daily fees per hunter must be paid to confirm booking / Safari, then full payment of daily fees and animals taken or wounded before departure.
No refunds on deposits will be allowed.
Wounded animals must be paid for according to trophy pricelist.
All payments are to be made by certified bank transfers or cash.
Any client wanting to fly between hunting areas is responsible for his, a professional hunters and one trackers air fare.
Loss of hunting days due to illness, luggage lose, delayed flights ECT. is at clients expense.
Safari contracts and indemnity forms must be read and signed before safari can commence.
Any day spent traveling between hunting areas will be considered as a hunting day.
Arrival and departure days which are not hunting days, will be charged at a given fee per person per day, to cover accommodation and transport fees.
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