Plains Game Hunting Specail for 2012

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  1. TAU-NKWE SAFARIS

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    TAU-NKWE SAFARIS PLAINS GAME SPECAILS FOR 2012

    Five(5) Plains Game Hunting Special :
    1x Bluewildebeest
    1x Impala
    1x Blesbuck
    1x Warthog
    1x Female Impala
    For only ZAR R 26280-00

    Seven (7) Plains Game Hunting Special:
    1x Kudu or Eland
    1x Bluewildebeest
    1xImpala
    1xBlesbuck
    1xWarthog
    2xFemale Impala
    For only ZAR R45000-00

    Ten (10) Plains Game Hunting Special:
    1x Kudu or Eland
    1x Bluewildebeest
    1xImpala
    1xBlesbuck
    1xSteinbuck
    1xComm Duiker
    1xWarthog
    2xFemale Impala
    For only ZAR R59500-00

    Day Fees included the following:
    Luxury accommodation
    Transport from and to the airport
    All meals included and soft drinks(excluded alchol)
    Service of licensed professional hunter
    Skinner and tracker
    4x4 vehicle
    Filed preparation of trophies for taxidermist
    Laundry done 7days a week
    Not included in Day Fees:
    Hire of Fire-Arms
    Air charters
    Hotel accommodation before and after the duration of safari
    Tips to trackers and camp staff
    International and domestic air travel
    Packing, documentation shipping of trophies(all taxidermy work and export cost of trophies)
    Cites Permits

    Please note the following:
    Deposit of the daily rates will confirm reservation - balance payable on arrival when completing government required agreement.
    Only cash are accepted.
    Prices are subject to change with notification.
    Insurance of personal effects is the responsibility of the client.
    For CITES App. 1 an import permit from your country is necessary to obtain the export permit from here.
    For CITES App. 2 an export permit from the RSA is required first.
    If cancellation is made more than 60 days prior to arrival, deposit fees less expenses incurred will be refunded.
    The deposit fees are forfeited if the safari is cancelled less than 60 days prior to arrival.

    This special packages is only valued for 2012 !!!!!! Ever dreamed of an African Safari? Make that big dream come true in the heart of Limpopo Province, Waterberg Mountains ,Modimolle. Join us on a trophy hunting safari you will never forget. Contact my agents in Norway Nils-Ole Strubberud on nil-stub@online.no Stubberud jakt og fiskereiser and my Belgium Agent Frank Siedentopf on frank.siedentopf@gmail.com. A 10% discount will be given on animals added on the packages from my standard pricelist at Tau-Nkwe Safaris.
     

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    Maybe I missed something? Looks like 9 animals to me?
     
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    Still looks expensive.
     
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    Cost for those not trying to do the math.

    #1 26,280 = 3,446 USD
    #2 45,000 = 5,900 USD
    #3 59,500 = 7,800 USD

    Price does not look out of line and one would have to make contact to see all the in's and out's of this package.

    This package is pick up drop off at the airport and PH services...
     
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    lol :D
     
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    Price looks fair to me. Even at 9 animals its a good deal. I did the math on the exchange rate when I first looked at the offer and thought it was good. Just not the number of animals.
     
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    The going price on the 9 animals, taking the eland is R14,000. This means you are paying
    R45,000 for lodge, guide and food. That still seems expensive to me. One can stay at Sabi Sabi or Phinda, 5 star resorts for less.
     
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    Ok now I am confused? Are you saying his animals are 14,000 Rand for all 9? That's like $1800 total? And 45,000 Rand for lodging etc... $5900??? Floping those numbers would be way more accurate! An I am just doing the numbers off the top of my head!
     
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    5 out of 9 of those critters sell for R500, 2 sell for R700, the balance are the wildbeest, around R3000, eland R7000 give or take. A trophy kudu would be R5000 instead. A warranted kudu
    62" and above goes for R10,000. That leaves the bulk for 7 days of lodge and catering, that is expensive in my book.

    As a side note I don't sell animals, I buy hunts. These are average prices I pay. Had many last year less than this, most wildebeest I paid for (12) were R2200. I got 3 kudu at 59-60" for R3800 each. A bulk special on blesbok was 10/R4000.
     
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    On the Kudu

    I am fencing 2 more farms .

    If anyone can get me Trophy Kudu at R5000 , please mail or phone me . I will take at least 100 animals . For over 60" I will also be happy to take all at R10 000 each.

    Thanks
     
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    saeng101,

    Please could you send me the details of the places you hunted for those prices so I can go and shoot some animals for myself.
     
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    I think you are not using the correct exchange rate?

    1 South African Rand = .1318 US dollars

    With that exchange rate and your animal prices
    5 of the nine animals sell for 500R = $65.90
    2 for 700R = $92.26
    wildebeest 3,000R = $394.40
    Eland 7,000R = $922.60
    Kudu 3,800R = $500.84

    Oh please do tell me where you hunt if these are the prices you are paying to hunt in Africa. I will call and book a hunt now! And I bet so will several other people on this sight.
     
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    These are the going prices of the farms between Hluhluwe and Pongola with the exception of Kohrs in the Biosphere (Jonzini.) There are many but Leukop and Harloo are the biggest selections. Brits at Bayela is good for wildbeest. Peter Freese at Bayela sells kudu by the size, 3 at 62"+ last year, 10k. He is also very good for the rest of the plains game. Spacing out the farmers name, Bokie, leave Pongola towards Condover, right side about 8 km out. As you are local visit the KZN Hunting website, new offers all of the time.

     
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    Captured and delivered is always more than shot but call Ally Robins brother Will, we buy a lot of critters from him

     
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    Some names above, at least 400 farms in the area. If you want really big kudu a good choice is always in the Phalaborwa area. Good Farmer is "Roi" Piet Oosthuizen out of Gravelotte.

     

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