Discussion in 'DEALS & OFFERS' started by Umlilo Safaris, Jan 18, 2017.
Please keep me in mind if the band export change,s.I will jump on this .John W. Rauner
Unfortunately its due to the ban that we can offer the prices where they are. You wont believe how many guys are taking up these offers anyway.
Does the lion above, count in the lion hunt?
If you mean that the photos are examples of lion in the package, then yes
Do the prices reflect day rate and trophy fee?
What isn't included?
Also. When does the hunt have to take place. Thx
It includes both day rates and trophy fees.
Prices are for the 2017 season Feb to Nov.
If you want full details in writing please send be your email address.
Email sent thx
Its 3am in Africa, just walked out of the office. I will email you in about 4 hours time
No problem. Thanks!
Thanks for the reply, that's fantastic pricing !
I would hunt a non exportable lion. There is really nothing like it! Great offer!!!
The Lion that heads this post is the Lion I took in July 2016 with Umlilo. This was a great hunt that I never thought I could afford until the import ban reduced the prices. It is my hope with our new President that a more hunter friendly attitude will return to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the ban will be lifted. It was an experience that I will never forget. The prices seemed to good to be true, but my hunt was everything I had hoped for. Even if the ban is never lifted I got my value. I am getting the Cape Buffalo, Roan, Sable, Waterbuck and Zebra I took on the trip imported. I still call Francois "the Magic Man".
I believe you fully. There are many hunters which can afford this price for a lion. But the typical price of an importable lion hunt from a couple of years ago automatically excluded hundreds of hunters, maybe many more. I still hold the belief (and always have) that a very large group of hunters have the opinion the the mounting of the animal is not nearly as important as the hunt itself. Therefore a greatly reduced cost of the hunt "should" more than make up for the hunters that will not engage these hunts because they can't import the animal for mounting. IMO.
Incredible price....all the best.
TMS, yes it is.
The ban on imports to US has greatly upped the supply and the demand has dropped, hence the prices.
Secondly, unlike other African Countries, government is not at ALL a factor when we as Outfitter set prices
I am already going to be in Zimbabwe in March. I will have to think about adding some days to do a Lion hunt. These are fantastic prices.
Fully agree with you, well said.
I have emailed you, please let me know if not received
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