December 26, 2012

Hunting Safaris

PRO-HUNTING NAMIBIA are dedicated to fair chase hunting and the harvesting of post productive males as the ultimate trophy.

It is only in the chase of and old bull , that has survived many a year of hardships and battles, that one finds the utmost satisfaction of the chase and the pride of a trophy well deserved.

Record books, tape measures and expectations are not the qualifications for a great hunt, it is the sweat, determination, and hope.

We hunt the game in their natural areas and therefore move between our hunting areas offering varying styles of hunting and habitat.

Rifles, Bows or Muzzle-loaders can all be used in our areas in Namibia depending on clients preference.

Hunting terrain depends on the specie hunted, clients fitness level and needs.

Plains Game Species includes Oryx, Kudu, Hartmann’s and Burchell’s Zebra, Springbuck, Waterbuck, Sable, Roan, Nyala, Klipspringer, Steenbuck, Damara Dik-Dik, Blue & Black Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Eland, Giraffe,Crocodile, Hippo, Warthog, Impala, Blesbuck, Ostrich, , Baboon, Caracal, Jackal, Cheetah (not exportable to the United States of America).

Big 5 species includes Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard and Rhino Darting (Namibia and Mozambique).

Small 5 species includes Red and Grey Duiker, Klipspringer, Steenbuck, Damara Dik-Dik and Sharp’s Greysbuck and Suni (Namibia and Mozambique).

Accommodation is mostly en-suite Safari-style Tented Camps but depending on the clients needs can also be accommodated in Lodges, Hotels and Guest houses.


We also offer mobile hunting safaris, utilizing our mobile camp and giving the client a hands on experience and the opportunity to see different parts of our beautiful country.


All hunting safaris can be combined with visits to different areas in the country such as Etosha National Park, the Skeleton coast, the Caprivi, the Namib desert etc.  Observers can also enjoy photographic trips to areas of interest in the country.

Cull hunts are available for groups that are not hunting for trophies and in doing so, become part of a vital conservation tool  in Namibia.



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