South Africa: Questionnaire on international hunters South Africa is known for its wildlife tourism products, of which hunting is a major activity. The largest portion of wildlife tourism in South Africa takes place on private game ranches and reserves in rural areas. Hunting is therefore a tool in the fight against poaching. Hunting in South Africa is based on basically two pillars, trophy hunting (mostly international market) and biltong/or meat hunters (mostly local hunters). The research emanates from the lack of knowledge of international hunters and in order to take informed decisions this research is of paramount importance. It is therefore important for us that you as an international guest (hunter) to South Africa complete the questionnaire and assist us in improving services and in growing the international hunters market and its associated niche. The link is as follows: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=yFv8oT2K6KdVgrCsFIQIXA Your information is therefore important in getting a greater understanding since we have been conducting research on the local hunters (South African hunters) for several years, which has been instrumental in taking decisions to improve and enhance local hunting conditions. We therefore want to thank you in advance for your assistance and support. For further information, you can contact us via: Email: Peet.vanderMerwe@nwu.ac.za Website: www.facebook.com/TREESNWU Fax: +27 18 299 4140 Mail: Tourism Research in Economic Environs & Society, Private Bag X 6001 North-West University Potchefstroom 2520.