Returned a couple days ago from hunting with Philip Hennings at Khomas Highlands Hunting Safaris in Namibia. Awesome trip. Philip and his grew did a great job. Hunt report as follows.... Dates: 11 days, 25 Aug - 4 Sep 2019 Package: Namibia Top Ten My KH team: Every day I had Hendrick as PH and Charles as a driver. Dino joined us until for all but about three days to help open gates etc. Adab came along one day as a second PH; Isaac came along several days as a second PH. Travel: I booked my travel through Lori at Travel Express. She was always helpful and answered all of my questions. There is no way to go anywhere quickly from WY, so my route was: 2 hour drive to Billings airport; BIL->SLC->JFK->JNB->WDH. Took three days to get there, including 2 red-eyes. Same route in revers for the return trip but only 2 days travel due to time zone changes. Lori warned me that I would probably need to pick up my firearms from Delta and check them in with South African Air in NY. However, when I checked in the lady told me I wouldn't and marked them all to go all the way to Windhoek. Of course, Lori was right. I had about a 5 hour layover at JFK and 3.5 hours into it I get a call from Delta special luggage handling lady saying 'are you going to pick this thing up so you don't miss your next flight?' This resulted in a cross-terminal scramble to pick up the back, have NY Port Authority check it, check it back in with SA Air, and have TSA check it. Fortunately, I made the flight in plenty of time. All other travel there and back was uneventful. Arrival: I did not submit my firearms import permit to Namibian police online but I did have it filled out and printed so all i had to do was sign and hand it to the officer. Process was painless and only took about 10 mins. He didn't ask for 1/2 of the documentation that their requirements say you need. Philip met me at the airport outside of baggage claim and we were off! There was one other group of hunters there when I arrived -- three Kiwi's; they were a hoot. (More on that later.) They were there for the first half of my trip and I was the only hunter after that. Lodging is very comfortable. I had a room to myself with 2 beds and my own bath. there is a breakfast room and a dinner room. Most lunches we at on the porch.