South Africa Hunting Safari for Two Hunters
- 6 full days of hunting
- Luxury Lodging
- Professional Hunting Staff
- Access to airline consolidators
- 3 meals planned and created by talented privately hired chef
- Beverages included, some alcohol
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- Professional Hunter and staff – 2×1 PH to Hunter ratio
- 6 full hunting days with tracker
- All transportation throughout the hunting area
- Hunting for Trophy Class animals
- Luxury lodging with WiFi
- Assistance with choosing a USDA Trophy Import Broker
- Assistance with choosing a USDA Taxidermist
- Assistance with having your trophies mounted in South Africa
- Assistance with securing your U.S. Customs Form 4457.
- Access to our Airline Consolidators for discounted pricing.
- Access to Rifle Permit Concierge service
- Chef services including 3 meticulously prepared meals per day
- Maid services including laundry daily
- Field preparation of trophies
- Round trip transportation from the airport to the hunting lodge
Non-hunting activities available by request.
The two hunters are required to hunt however additional non-hunting activities are often available and can be arranged at specially discounted prices. The winner may also choose to add additional hunters or non-hunting observers to the package at specially reduced rates.
- Common Reedbuck
- Eland, Cape
- Oryx (Gemsbuck)
- Red Hartebeest
- Spotted Hyena
- Impala (Black)
- Red Letchwe
- Cape Buffalo
- Lion / Lioness
Each hunter required to hunt at least three animals of their choice.
Photo Safari in Kruger National Park
See African animals in their natural habitat in the Kruger National Park. This additional activity includes the guide driving you through the park while you sit in an elevated safari vehicle to get the best views. The animals are everywhere if you can only spot them, you may even see a lion!
Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Take an afternoon to visit this center which includes wildlife interactions and a museum and gift shop. This team focuses on educating about the harmful effects of poaching, and rehabilitating the animals who are injured by illegal snares. Animals who can be rehabilitated are withheld from the public’s eye but the ones who will need someone to care for them indefinitely are given a place to live out their days. Some possible interactions include feeding vultures, petting a cheetah, and more!
Jessica the Hippo
Take a few hours to visit the world famous hippo named Jessica. Jessica was washed away from her family in a flood over 18 years ago. She was found by a game ranger and his wife outside their home in Hoedspruit. They nursed her and she became a part of the family, living in the river behind their home. Jessica is free to come and go as she pleases, and often visits with other hippos. You can feed and pet Jessica, and might even get the chance to see her do a trick.