ELEPHANT HUNT ZIMBABWE plus update
These are some of the latest Elephant taken in February, March and April. One was unfortunately never found , we hope that it will be found in the near future. Also wanted to let you know that my website is now clean again after it had been hacked. Enjoy the pictures.
Elephant hunts for 2013 will be on 14 days @ US$ 1000 P/DAY.
Trophy Fee US$ 10 000
Observers US$ 200 P/DAY
CITES TAG US$ 150
Government levy on day rate 2% on Trophy fee 4%
Trophy field prep and transportation to the taxidermist for crating and shipping depending on what is required $ 400 - $ 800
Transfer from airport to camp and back Free
Included in day rate is PH, Vehicle,camp staff, trackers , skinners , all meals, soft drinks, alcohol and wine . Please bring your own preferred imported alcohol if need be.
The hunts will take place in Zimbabwe in local council areas namely Umgusa and Lupane as well as private blocks in the same area where I have built 3 camps as well as develop water points to aid the local people but also to attract the wild life namely the Elephant.
Not included is side trips to Vic Falls or Hwange National Park etc. Any extra nights spent before or after the hunt will be at your own cost. Gratuities for all the camp staff and your PH will be at your discretion. Please view what Jerome posted about tips should you need to.
For more information please contact me on my email address email@example.com
Safe hunting :thumb::thumb:
Wayne Van Den Bergh
REPLY TO SABLE HUNT PRICES
Hi Diamondhitch, I am sorry it is a little confusing. Those prices are for 2 separate areas, you will notice that I have said Hunts Available in other areas on top of the price list. Basically one hunt is in a free range government block and the other area is on private land, the private land holder wants a bigger slice out of his hunts .. I have several areas that I hunt and not just one place so therefore there are some different prices involved. I try to keep my hunts as affordable as possible for all the areas that I hunt in.
Originally Posted by Diamondhitch
Hope this explains things.