This is hunt report from a trip with Pieter Delport of Eintracht Jagd Safaris. He was great to deal with and is one of the hardest working and talented owners/PH's I have met. The guy is a true hunter, stalker and tracker and enjoys the chase. The other PH's, Berger and Frikkie were also great guys. Both were fun in camp and the field, and had good hunting skills. There were four of us on this hunt (Me, Shane (hunter101) and Billc and his son Dakota) and most of the hunting was done with stick and string. We hunted 3 different areas: the main free range area around his lodge which was over 200k acres of family and neighboring properties, a high fence 16k acre area five hours north bordering Etosha National Park, and an area 1 hour south of Windhoek that was free range/low fence and very mountainous. Each property had its uniqueness and added to the experience. Here we go... Shane and I flew Ethiopia airlines from Wash Dulles to Windhoek (via Ethiopia). A long flight that started out with the guy sitting next to me spilling a full glass of pineapple juice on my lap. Every last ounce of that glass was on me... I was wondering what the trophy fee would be if I killed him. Ugh what a start. *Note - pack a set of clothes in your carry on . No other issues and all our gear arrived with us. I also used my United frequent flyer miles with no issue. My bow case was held at Windhoek and had to be released by the police as they thought it was a firearm, but no issues once we figured out where it was. Bill and Dakota flew SAA via Joberb and arrived an hour before us. They were missing a regular bag, but it was on the next flight so we waited about 1 hour and it arrived. The drive to the main camp was only a little over 1 hour. It was only a few hours until dark, so we unpacked, assembled and shot our bows, and had dinner.