Just home from South Africa and we were fortunate enough to bow hunt one of the most amazing places we've ever been. Yes it was a high fenced national park but inside that 65,000 acres was a totally natural environment where all of the animals are self sustaining and lions form and hunt in prides and rhinos and elephants and cape buffalo roam . For those that believe all high fenced areas in Africa are canned you really need to think again. Hunting is used strictly as a management tool to control population numbers in the park and operates alongside photographic safaris. Due to the unique nature of this park and the high population of rhinos we were asked not to reveal its name nor location but this is a true jewel in South Africa and a bow-hunting only paradise. We consider ourselves blessed to have experienced it. If you are looking at a bow hunting safari in Africa, this is the real deal. Thanks so much to Gerrie Theron of Theron African Safaris Pty Ltd. for sharing this with us!