Discussion in 'Hunting Reports Africa' started by Bullhunter, Oct 14, 2018.
Enjoying the read, looking forward to more!
We are in partnership with Lon,i and chief we formed the conservancy (hunting area) on behalf of the community, we own the land
Everything is brand new, great quality and had an high standart.
It is not in the (standart) quality as an normal sA / namibian Camp, it is mutch higher.
Coolers, boxes, ventis, pp. enough water (and hot) at every time of the day.
(Of course: It has no pool or spar, gentleman, we are in the middel of an hunting area.)
New tents, from bed to the nets.
Big campfire place and "restaurant" with everything you need (from books to balistol).
The kitchen ist great.
Great food three times a day ("what you want") in 5 stars quality (Im on sport-dieat now, so I used it in my way)
All kind of softdrinks (I think I hold the record, more than 200 colas light) and an great collection of alcohol (from wine to an complete bar, witch I dont used).
Happy to hear
The camp, in the middle of the nature.
Two of five (or more) tents.
Inside the guest-tent (every item is brand-new).
Looks like a wonderful camp. Very well set up.
The shower is also brand-new and hot at every time of the day and night.
An tent at night.
Lon at night.
Meal in the evening.
Steaks, BBQ, every second night.
The rest we had eaten game meet or chicken. If had special wishes, it was no problem also.
Keep it coming! Looking forward to the hunting part
Rats ! What’s happened ?
Great start. Looking forward to seeing some more pictures.
I'd sure like to hear the rest of this story!
Had me going then??! Lovely set up Lon— hope to see it in person
First I would like to thank one of hunters from Germany, Frank for the great pictures of the camp! I hope that he continues with his story and that he can fill in details that I am not at liberty to state on a open to the public forum!
We had a very disappointing series of hunts. The community disappointed us greatly, they were allowed to roam and cut thatching grass in our prime hunting areas, cattle invaded all of the water points as the people and the cattle came in the game left. We also were in a struggle with the Staff of the adjoining National park and the "anti hunting NGO" who seem to be running the park! Then there was the internet hacker who diverted a deposit from Germany it ended up in Nigeria, bye, bye $5,000.00!
We hope to have these problems under control for the future, be assured we will take no deposits on future hunts, unless we know that we will have full co-operation from the community that we are trying to support. We plan on meeting with the proper National Parks representative concerning their staff and the NGO operating in the national park.
If the above mentioned problems are addressed we will be doing our hunts earlier in the year in 2019 probably starting around 1, April. If the problems cannot be addressed we will not be operating in the Mucheni Conservancy, we will loose, the community will loose, but most of all the wildlife will loose.
Very sad Lon
I know you to be quite passionate about this project. Seems like antis pop up every where these days and you are correct that wildlife becomes the ultimate loser. Hopefully with your tenacity it will work out
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