All Black Powder hunting Members , here is an opportunity you do not want to miss. It is an experience of a life time for sure..we have four places open to black powder hunters who wants to join the 1885 Era Pioneer Black powder hunt in May 2020 . Here is all the required details about this hunt. HWL is one of the permanent group of hunters , you can contact him and ask about the experience he had when hunted with us last year...Please do not hesitate to contact me: Hunt details: 1880 theme black powder African Pioneer hunt. An experience of a lifetime – South Africa. It is an experience you will remember for the rest of your life. Only 4 bookings allowed. Cost is $6000 per person 10 days (3-10 May 2020) Included: - Airport transfer to and from OR Tambo ( JHB International – South Africa - All trophy, hunting and export permits - Kudu - Impala - Blue wildebeest - Warthog - Era specific black powder rifle rental and instruction - Professional hunter and guide - Transport of trophies to taxidermy - Era specific accommodation (Bell or A-frame tent sleeping on a stretcher) - Era specific clothing, shoes, hat, belt (Your own clothes will not be allowed) Beware: - This is not an ordinary hunt. - You are welcome to book a modern plains game and/or dangerous game hunt before or after this 1880 black powder African pioneer hunt. - If you do not wish to partake in this experience, you are welcome to book a modern plains game and/or dangerous game hunt with us. Please find the 2020 pricelist attached. - Do not be disillusioned, this is a true 1880 African pioneer black powder hunting experience. - The members of the hunt consists of only 4 (four) clients and 10 (ten) specialist South African 1880 black powder pioneer hunters which include 4 (four) professional hunters. - You will be required to fall in with the daily routine of the camp and you will not receive any special treatment. - You will be required to do your own chores and those of the camp assigned to you. - You will walk and stalk your animals and bring them into camp on the back of donkeys. - You will help skin your own animals, debone the carcass, cut biltong, make wors (sausage), prepare the spices, hang the meat, make fire, cook, bake, make a knife, make shoes, make a whip, wash dishes and partake in the traditions of that era. - The survival of the camp depends on the family unity of the camp. Everyone has to do his part. - You will fall in with the South African group and you will find this experience tough and challenging. - Bread is baked daily in the river wall and food is prepared on open fire. You you will get to help with everything. - Ablution is a pit toilet and the shower is under a tree with a screen. - This is an authentic experience and there is no half measure. - You will be allowed a mobile phone and camera to capture your memories and so do all the participants. Photo’s and video’s will be shared… and that is as modern as it gets. Excluded: - All taxidermy costs - Trophy fee of animals bagged, wounded or lost - All trophy export costs - Air charters (where applicable) - Government tax (where applicable) - Hotel or lodge accommodation before or after the safari (where applicable) Terms: - To confirm a booking and secure dates, a deposit of $1000 or €1000 for booking confirmation is required. Big 5 hunts where specified animal/s is/are booked, an additional 50% deposit for these specified animal/s is required. - Please take out own cancellation insurance. - The balance of the safari (ea.: daily rates, services and animals hunted) is payable on the last day of the safari. - Please note only wire transfers, travellers checks, credit cards and cash will be accepted as payment. - Please note that all credit card payments wiII incur a 3% surcharge. - No personal or bank certified checks can be accepted as payment. - There will be no refunds on cancellations, but your deposit can be transferred to the following season. - Before commencement of the safari, clients are required to complete and sign a safari contract and a general information sheet. - All clients and observers are required to read and sign our indemnity form before the commencement of any safari. - Prices are subject to change without notice due to circumstances out of our control. - Any travelling day between states/hunting areas will be considered a full paying hunting day for hunters and observers. - Any client wishing to fly between areas during a safari is responsible for his own plus his professional hunter’s and skinner's air fare. - Value added tax (VAT) of 15% at present, is included in all rates and transportation fees. - Trophy fees are exempt from government VAT IF they are an export item. If an animal is wounded & lost, VAT is payable and will be charged. VAT cannot be claimed back at the airport on the daily rates or transportation as it is considered a service provided. - We accept no responsibility for any illness, accident, claim or loss of whatsoever nature arising during and after the safari. - Clients are advised to take out their own medical insurance and cancellation cover.