I took my wife on my hunt with Omalanga Safaris (about an hour outside of Otavi) recently. We were treated well and are happy with the overall experience. We did not hunt "spot and stalk" like the literature indicates, but rather mostly from elevated blinds located about 100 yards from waterholes. The thick mopane in the area that we saw was really too thick to hunt any other way. Occasionally we saw animals on the farm roads as were driven around but they were usually a long way out - and staring at the hunting vehicle. The tent camp was very nice and had a wonderful view of a large grassy opening where animals (giraffe, springbuck, gemsbuck, ostrich, etc.) fed often. The hunting trucks were in good condition, the people were nice, and the food was very good. I hunted from daybreak to dark daily and took seven animals in seven days (red hartebeest, gemsbok, kudu, springbuck, impala, duiker, and warthog). The property was absolutely stiff with gemsbok, but the others were more difficult to find. This started as one of those "package" hunts, but it would have worked out much better for both me and the folks at Omalanga if it had been done as a daily rate plus trophy fees. The package put a lot of pressure on the PH to fill the shopping list as quickly as possible, which made the hunt a bit stressful for all. A .280 Rem with 160 TSX bullets, and a .375 with Nosler 260 Partitions made the trip and about half of the animals were shot with each. No tracking was required. The TSX worked OK and the partition was great. I recovered one bullet from each rifle. The partition took the hartebeest in the frontal chest at 150 yards and was found under the skin at the tail, while the TSX did not make through the broadside kudu's offside shoulder at 75 yards. I don't post pictures, but if you look at the review done by "Message" you will see pictures of animals almost identical to mine. I would recommend the Omalanga hunt to couples that want a nice first trip to Africa in a clean and safe area.