7 Days Buffalo hunt in the C.A.R

Discussion in 'DEALS & OFFERS' started by EMararv, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. EMararv

    EMararv AH Member

    Jun 19, 2009
    Likes Received:
    I have three differnet dates in between large safaris where I can give hunters interested in a Central Africa Savannah buffalo a very nice hunt.

    The proposition is as follows:


    18:th - 25:th of February

    18:th - 25:th of March

    or 8:th - 15:th April

    First possibility: 1x1 Buffalo hunt
    Price: 5000 Euro
    (regular price would be: 9250 Euro)

    Second possibility: 2x1 Buffalo hunt with 1 buffalo / hunter
    Price: 3500 Euro / Hunter
    (Regular price would be: 7250 Euro)

    Tags possible to take during the safari:

    1 week buffalo hunt
    1 buffalo
    1 warthog
    1 red river hog
    1 harnessed bushbuck
    1 oribi
    1 yellow back duiker
    1 red flanked duiker
    1 western bush duiker
    1 blue duiker
    1 baboon

    A Second buffalo is possible to take for an upgrade of: 1500 Euro + trophy fee

    The price includes:
    - hunt with professional hunter 1:1 or 2:1
    - “shot opportunity” on the priority precious game, according to CAWA’s guarantee
    - Use of trackers and hunting car, as much as your PH considers necessary for the hunt.
    - Hunting and weapon licenses in CAR
    - Reception at the airport and help in Bangui
    - Full board accommodation during the whole stay in CAR, including possible overnight in Bangui, laundry
    - Free bar in the safari camp* (not in Bangui)
    - Air charter Bangui – safari camp (round trip)
    - Field preparation of trophies
    - Dip & Pack
    - Airport taxes in Bangui

    Price does not include:
    - Trophy fees (see web-site list)
    - Possible upgrade (see web-site list)
    - Trophy shipment and taxidermist
    - Gratitude’s
    - International airway tickets
    - Visa and insurance

    For any references or to know more about C.A.R, please visit our web site: Central African Wildlife Adventures - One of the most exclusive safari companies in Central Africa

    Look forward to a great hunt.

Share This Page