Hello, Looking into the possibility for taking the family (wife, 2 kids) along on a hunting trip, and I believe Namibia is where we want to go. Looking for a relatively basic setup with plainsgame on the menu, for an introduction to hunting the African continent. Oryx, kudu, warthog and hartebeest are high on the wish-list, but I'm really after the total experience, rather than inches on the wall. Free-range is a big plus. A mixture of trophy/own-use animals could also work. Preferred dates: either around Easter (ideal slot between be 4th to 12th, or 10th to 18th of April), or mid-June (11th-21st) Unfortunately, school holidays play a role here. I would guess a 5-7 day stay is what we had in mind. I am the only hunter in the family, but my son (aged 16) has started showing a little interest. He might want to get an introduction to hunting. Anyway, there needs to be something to do for the rest of the family, if not tagging along for the day, which might happen, but not the majority of the time. So a pool is probably a must. Possibility of other activities could be interesting. Separate accommodation for the kids, i.e. they can share a room, just not with their parents. Unfortunately, I'm not made out of gold, so price will have to be a factor as well. 5-star luxury lodging is probably out of the question. Any good offers out there?