Good day AH community! We hope this offer finds you well with everyone looking forward to the season! We are very excited about the prospects of this hunt as this is totally unique experience. The area where the hunt will take place is near Canarvon in the Northern Cape. The hunting area is 100% free range and is owned by an old man. He considers the barbary a pest but does still realise they have a value so charges us a nominal fee. This hunt is 100% camping. No toilets, a rough shower, no fridges. Everything must be taken in by us. Its a HARD hunt! But there are many Aoudad. After we harvest an Aoudad we have to process it in the mountains and get it out. There are no roads so you drive to a spot and start walking and glassing. 15 to 20km a day is easily expected. On the last trip there 9 sheep were hunted in 5 days with the 2 biggest being 33 1/2 and 32 1/2 respectively whilst the smallest was 27 1/2. This was at the end of March which is a great time to go as its not too cold yet over on that side of South Africa, and trust us...it gets cold over there! In terms of the shooting I would say rifle is the way to go. Shots will likely be quite far due to the TOUGH terrain! (very rocky). Rifle shots can be anywhere from 100m to 400m. The pricing for the Barbary hunt looks as follows: 5 Days/6 nights $1650 total day fee's Barbary sheep price is $2750/€2700 for the first sheep and $1660/€1500 for every sheep after. Please do take the time to go through the pics, they are fantastic! There is also some fantastic potential for filming on the cards here! We hope to hear from you all!