I booked a trip for my 16 year old son and I through EAI Sports (Ed Rymut). Ed is the booking agent that I used in the states for a hunt with Kubusi Safari in South Africa. While I was researching the trip I couldn't find a lot of information on the agent or the outfitter so I wanted to provide some information for the next person who is looking for information. There were three priority things I was looking for in the hunt and three lesser, but important things I wanted. First, I wanted a far chase open hunt. Second, I wanted quality mature animals (specifically: kudu, impala, gemsbok, blesbok, and wildebeest.) Third, I wanted a great experience for my son and I to have together. The other important items were cost, comfort, and the ability to both gun and bow hunt. I met Ed at an outdoor show and was sold on the fact that I could pretty much tailor the hunt as I wanted and the cost of the hunt included myself and my son at the same cost. There was no increase in cost to have my son hunt with me. It didn't matter who shot the animals the package was the same cost. This was the only family plan I found. We hunted 6 days and harvested exactly what we each wanted. Kubusi Safari is a great outfitter for the hunter that wants to take quality animals. Our PH was Ricky Brown. He asked me what and how I wanted to hunt and he did not vary from my expectations. We hunted hard and passed many animals waiting for the quality I wanted. We hunted 6 different farms and had a huge variety of terrain and vegetation. We used a 270 Win. rifle with 130 gr Federal Sierra Gameking BTSP and a Bowtech Tribute bow 70# with swhacker 100 gr mechanicals. The blesbok was killed at 45 yards with the bow. It ran 200 yards. The Gemsbok, Impala, and Wildebeest were each taken with one shot, each never taking another step. The Kudu was a 300+ yard shot. He ran about 50 yards and laid down. He was then finished with a close range finishing bullet. I mention this to let you know that the 270 for us was the perfect choice and performed wonderfully. Pros: PH was great (Ricky Brown). Animals were tremendous. Real hunting. Bow or Rifle. My son and I had a blast Cons: food was not very good, there was no heat in the huts (temps in low 30 F), 3 nights had no hot water, Advice: Carry your own gun. You need to be comfortable shooting the gun and know your ballistics, use Henry Rifle Permit service at Jburg airport, carry lots of snacks (especially if you're hunting with a 16 year old boy). If you drink liquor, ask your PH to stop by a store on the way to camp, because although the brochures say they provide it, they don't. If you're a bow hunter take a bunch of thick socks and maybe a cheap pair of crocs. You may me sneaking through brush in sock feet. It works! Lastly, we had a tremendous father / son experience and can tell many stories for a long time about hunting in Africa.