Classic Royalty Hunting Safari US$175,200 Plus Trophy Fees

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I’m doing a month this August. It’s my retirement party! If I shoot too much I may have to come home and go back to work.
 

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Wow, reading this made me think of my very first safari, with Roy Vincent, then of Rosslyn Safaris in the Deka Safari Area back in 1983. 24 days, everything except lion, but 2 buffalo. It was an incredible safari, with 41" and 42 1/2" heavy buffalo, a big 7'1" leopard that went right at 170 pounds, a 58x54 lb elephant, 54" kudu, 45" sable and 31" waterbuck and other quality animals including a 5 1/2" klipspringer. If I'd made it 28 days, I could have added lion and should have as we saw a fantastic male that would have been easy to shoot.

Total cost then, including all trophy fees... $27,000.! Oh, for the good old days.
 

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Total cost then, including all trophy fees... $27,000.! Oh, for the good old days.

Wow, the stuff i dream of!
Im doing a cull hunt next year. Just another 6 long months away. And would you believe it i have to work while im waiting.

Seriously my package is great value and i bet i will still feel like Royalty when i do my "Once in a lifetime" African hunt!

When my Nigerian uncle is back on track i might get a second one in.
 
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