Your Gateway To The Ultimate Hunting Safari Experience In South Africa With Bayly Sippel Safaris

BAYLY SIPPEL SAFARIS

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Welcome to Bayly Sippel Safaris

Bayly Sippel hunting Safaris is a Safari company based in Southern Africa. It is owned and operated by Dempsey Bayly and Michael Sippel. They take pride in offering their clients top quality hunting safaris in pursuit of trophy game on a fair chase basis.

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What We Offer

Rifle Hunting
Bow Hunting
Handgun Hunting

We thoroughly enjoy the challenge of hunting African game with Handguns and with modern technology a great deal can be accomplished with a Handgun.
Mountain Hunting
The South African version of a sheep hunt! Come and challenge yourself at over 8000ft above sea level in some of the hardest hunting terrain South Africa has to offer.

The two prized trophies out there are the Vaal Rhebok and Mountain Reedbuck. With their incredible senses they are an ultimate challenge. Due to the free range element of the hunt, the season only runs June through to August and one should try book far in advance. The only requirements for this hunt is fitness!
Hunting in other Countries
For the more experienced and adventurous hunters, we also offer hunting in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Tanzania.
These countries provide some of the best big game hunting and are especially ideal for Leopard, Elephant and Buffalo.


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Meet the Team

Get to know us

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Michael Sippel
Founder and Outfitter

Michael grew up in a profound hunting family with he's father also being a professional hunter and Outfitter for many years . After school Michael operated as a free- lance PH before finishing he's honours degree at the University of Pretoria. Michael enjoys the challenge of Bowhunting, but is also a very keen Rifle hunter. He's slow and meticulous hunting styles are one of Michaels trademarks and clients are sure to enjoy pursuing African game with him as your PH.
In addition Michael is fluent in German and has a very proud german hunting heritage.


Dempsey Bayly
Founder and Dangerous Game PH

From a young age Dempsey has always had a fond liking of hunting and the great outdoors. After school he also completed he's honours degree at the University of Pretoria where after together with Michael they started Bayly Sippel Hunting Safaris. Dempsey is extremely passionate about sharing he's knowledge with clients and making memories with new friends. He's bubbly personality makes him great to be around and clients are guaranteed to have a laugh with him around in Camp. Dempsey loves hunting foreign countries and clients will definitely learn a great deal from him on Safari.


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John Mochayise
Tracker, Conversationalist

John known as Big John grew up in Groblersdal and before working with Bayly Sippel Hunting Safaris worked for a number of other Hunting operations. He is a fantastic tracker and he's enormous Smile is contagious. Big John can speak 11 of the 12 official languages in South Africa and is a key element of Bayly Sippel Hunting Safaris .


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Ryan van der Westhuizen
PH

Ryan's roots are originally from Zimbabwe and he grew up in the Kwazulu Natal Province of South Africa. Soon after completing he's apprenticeship with Bayly Sippel Hunting Safaris he took up a role as permanent PH. Ryan has hunted from a very young age and is very capable in the African Bush. In addition to guiding Ryan is also a keen Birder.


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Mark Jarman
PH

Mark is a real "farm boy" and loves everything about hunting and the outdoors. He is a very knowledgeable PH and Mark takes great care in explaining all the small things of the African Bush-veld to clients. He has an extensive knowledge of guns and various calibers and clients are sure to love he's banter around an African Camp Fire.


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Ricky
Tracking dog

Ricky is the newest addition to the Team and despite he's size has helped find countless wounded animals for clients. A hunting operation is not complete without a good tracking dog.


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Rifle Hunting With Bayly Sippel Safaris

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Bow Hunting

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We at Bayly Sippel Hunting Safaris strive to get the client the trophy of a lifetime. As both owners are also passionate bow hunters they know all about the challenges that bow hunters face when travelling to Africa.


Bow Hunting can be done out of various hides on the concessions or on foot by means of walking and stalking.

Most shots will be between 20-30 yards, as our bow hides are all strategically placed to ensure the highest possible success rate.

Any bow set up that you use for big game hunting back home, for example deer, is sufficient for our plainsgame . We prefer someone to use a bow that they are used to and very familiar with, than go out and get themselves a heavier set up, that they are not familiar with.

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Success is greater if you are familiar with your bow and used to using it. Fixed blade broad heads are recommended but a well-placed mechanical broad head is also deadly. Additionally for plains game we recommend an arrow of at least 400 grains and up and for dangerous game an arrow of at least 750 grains is recommended with a well constructed two blade cut on contact broadhead.


At the moment there are no laws regarding regulations of bringing bows into South Africa, it is very simple and you will simply collect your bow from the oversized luggage department and go straight to customs.


The best time to bow hunt in Africa is usually between May and September, the area is usually drier, thus the animals make their way to the water holes on a more regular basis.


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Bow Hunting With Bayly Sippel Safaris

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Bayly Sippel Safaris Accommodation

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Discover a world that has always existed somewhere in your dreams. Bayly Sippel Safaris offers the passionate hunter a true African experience!

The multiple camps and lodges vary from luxury tented camps to beautiful lodges. All members of the family can relax and unwind in our areas and you can be confident in bringing your spouse along. After a hard days hunting, guests can look forward to a traditional South African Bonfire while exchanging stories under the African wild skies.

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Your Gateway To The Ultimate Hunting Safari Experience

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Here's a few pics to give you a feel of what you can expect Bayly Sippel Safaris


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This was a very tricky water shot for our client Rico and fortunately he made it count from off the sticks!

 

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