Dear Hunting friend, The hunting season on Heusis is slowly coming to an end. That’s why I would like to wish you wonderful Christmas days and a good start into 2019. During this year we did various renovations like a new barbecue area including a original pizza oven which will hopefully bring a piece of Italy to Southern Africa. We also built a core game area around the lodge. Some of you could already enjoy a walk through our game park. Our camp is now home to five game species which are all regional to the area. Within the last six months we settled Impalas, Nyalas, Red Lechwe, Giraffes and West Sambian Sable inside the camp. The game feels at home and enjoys drinking out of our new waterhole. The Sable and the Nyalas already calved. The two firstborn Sable are called Romeo and Juliett. Sitting on the veranda watching the game coming to the waterhole became our new favorite TV-Show.
Beginning of the year Nature Conservation granted me the license for dangerous game hunting. End of October my father and I went to the Caprivi to hunt a buffalo, a hippo and a Plains Zebra. We enjoyed some very exciting hunting days in a beautiful landscape in the very last corner of Namibia. We hope to become part of the conservancies up North to be able to share this hunting experiences with you. You can have a look at our Facebook page or on our Youtube channel to gain an insight into our buffalo and hippo hunt.
Thank you very much for your support! I am very happy to see that the hunt brings people from all over the world together who are sharing the same passion. We wish you wonderful Christmas days with good food, drinks, some presents and especially a lot of quality time with your family and friends! Best wishes from Namibia Philip, Jan, Dietmar and the Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris Team
Played rookie league for the Yankees in Paintsville after winning the College World Series at Fullerton State, in1979. All I could think about was the movie “Deliverance”- lived up in a hollow with some other players. Refused to go on a moonshine run because it was a dry county-no way. Met some of the nicest people on the planet there! Van Lear the home of Loretta Lynn was highlight of summer LOL.
Mule deer and Colorado elk seasons almost done! Hunters driving farm roads, looking for racks, their PH driving them along, I ask that you not pull into my drive. The buck behind me, on the boundary line of the GMU somehow knows. The hunter laughs, I would invite you in to see my Searcy rifles but social distancing prevails, darkness arrives and the buck slides away into secret tree grove...