My brother and I are planning a plains game hunt to South Africa, or Namibia, for spring or fall of 2018. We have both spent countless hours online, researching different Outfitters, and we just spent a weekend in Harrisburg, talking to every African outfitter there. There were a few that stood out, mainly because they didn't seem to feed us a line of crap. Kuche was the one we settled on, for many reasons, but 1st was talking to the owner and PH, and have him answer every question was a vast improvement over watching a promo video online. Koos, owner of Kuche was very straightforward, and seemed to be honest and sincere. His prices were competitive and he talked us through the entire safari, and wrote out a detailed list/contract for us to decided on. There were a few others that we ruled out because of various reasons, mostly because of high pressure sales, or high prices. The only other outfitter that we really liked was Molopo Kalahari safaris. I would put him on the same level as Kuche. Can anyone tell us about their experiences with either of these Outfitters? Good bad ugly, it will all be helpful. My chief concern that I hunt with an outfit that is ethical, and and honest, and does not provide a canned hunt. Spot and stalk is the only real way we would like to hunt, and I would hate to think that we were hunting animals that were brought in from other ranches, or bred in captivity. So, can anyone tell me their story about either of these outfitters, or their operations? We are so excited about going, and we really want this to be the hunt of a lifetime. Thanks for any help that you can give us!