Great deals on lion hunting in South Africa with Wild Game Safaris

Chris Vollgraaff

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Sep 12, 2010
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South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe
Wild Game Safaris is making lion hunting more affordable whilst still being as professional and exiting as always.

Hunting lions in South Africa with Wild Game Safaris is normally done by walking and stalking. Finding tracks and then track the lion down till you are in range for a good shot on your dream lion. This being very close some times and hunters thinking of going on a lion hunt should target practice twice as much as they would on a normal safari.

Our Lioness hunts normally sell @ $10 500
We are putting out three 7 days all incl. lioness hunts for $9 000

Our trophy male lions normally sell @ $22 000
We are putting out two 7 day all incl. Trophy male lion hunts for $18500

These hunts are done as a 1x1 hunt

These hunts are done in the North West and Limpopo provinces in South Africa.

For more information please feel free to contact me.

Happy hunting

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