Limpopo South Africa Plains Game Hunting

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I just received this email this week from a PH who have have been working with since 2007. The hunt will be held at Ivy Safaris in the Limpopo Province. Some of my best hunting experiences were while I was hunting with him. Below are his prices for August and September. You will see his regular price followed by the discounted price in RED. This is a great family run operation in a beautiful part of the country. If you have ever wanted to hunt Africa or are itching to go back I highly recommend this opportunity.

I tried to include as much information as possible. If there is anything I have left out or if there are any questions please let me know. Thanks

Daily rate per person for Plains Game Hunting
1 Hunter + 1 Professional Hunter (PH)...........$395
2 Hunters + 2PH.......................................$350/$295
2 Hunters + 1PH.......................................$295 Observers................................................$195/$150
Observer day trips available........................*P.O.R *(P.O.R. = Price On Request)

Daily rate per person for Wingshooting
2 Hunters..................................................$395
3-6 Hunters................................................$350 Observers..................................................$195
Observer day trips available..........................*P.O.R.

Included in the daily rate:
• Road transport to and from Gateway International (Polokwane) Note: Transfer fees will be charged to/from OR Tambo Int. Airport • Accommodation in our delightful lodge and use of all facilities • Top class meals (brunch, teas and dinner), suited to your taste • Table wine and malt
• Laundry • Hunting vehicle (4x4) & Bird hunting dogs • Expertise from licensed professional hunter/s, trackers & skinners • Guides, bird carriers, field preparation of trophies • 1% Government levy in South Africa
Not included in the daily rate:
• Flights to, from & within S. Africa, including staff where applicable • Gratuities to staff • CITES license fees, taxidermist fees, packaging, disinfecting & forwarding of mounted birds or trophies
• Hire of firearms & ammunition used • Any hotel accommodation, including safari staff where applicable

Game Species available on Home Range
Baboon
$300

Blesbok
$420

Bushbuck
$900/$700

Bushpig
$350/$300

Duiker (Grey)
$280/$200

Eland (Cape)
$2050/$1750

Gemsbuck (Oryx)
$1200/$1000

Giraffe
$2800

Impala
$350/$295

Jackal
$100/Free

Kudu
$1500/$1200

Ostrich
$200/$100

Red Hartebeest
$950/$800

Steenbok
$280/$200

Vervet Monkey
$100/Free

Warthog
$350/$300

Waterbuck
$1750/$1500

Wildebeest (Blue)
$900/$750

Zebra
$1200/$1000

Game Species Available on Concessions

Blesbok – White $700.00

Klipspringer $950.00

Nyala $2,600.00/$2200

Reedbuck – Common $990.00

Reedbuck – Mountain $750.00

Sable Antelop *P.O.R.

Springbuck – Common $400.00/$375

Springbuck – Black $900.00

Springbuck – White $1,100.00

Springbuck – Copper $1,500.00

Tsessebe *P.O.R.

Wildebeest – Black $1,200.00/$1100

Special Addition to a Hunting Safari for 2011
Once you have shot a bull specimen of a kudu or blue wildebeest you will be able to purchase a cow for an additional US$150/$100.

Rifle and shotgun hire can be arranged at US$30/day excluding ammo.
Game Species Available on Concessions
 

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is this a repeat from an earlier one?
 

Derek Harris

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Yes it is the same thread. Kind of a long story, but in short I had some complications with my profile and it got deleted so I reposted it.
 
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Thanks Derek---I hunted with Peter Harris many years ago and he had a son named Derek. Thought that might be you.
 

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