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Our hunting packages are designed to cater for the novice to the experienced hunter. We also encourage hunters to inquire about custom designed packages for larger groups or smaller outfits. Our aim is to provide you with a fully catered, unforgettable hunting trip and we have partnered with leading travel agents in the USA, Canada and Europe to assist you in booking your fligts. Our team is also on standby to assist you with any queries you might have that is not answered in our Frequently Asked Questions Section of this website.


Traveling to South Africa

Join us from anywhere in the world!

After booking one of our hunting packages, all that is left for you to do, is to secure your flights to and from South Africa around your arrival and departure date. Look under the FAQ section for visum, innoculation and other requirements.


You will arrive at Oliver Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, a state of the art airport that facilitates more than 21 million passengers per year.  

We will be meeting you at the arrival gate, transfer you from the airport to one of our luxurious lodges and ensure that you are safely delivered back to the departure gate when it is time to leave again.

All Inclusive Trip

Fully catered accommodation, transport and meals

All of our hunting packages include transfer from ORT International Airport in Johannesburg and back.

Luxury accommodation is provided with nutricious daily meals served.

Alcohol is provided in moderation.


Our lodges are fitted with the utilities you are accustomed to, such as electricity, clean water, deluxe bedding, adequate bathroom amenities and security features.

What is not included?

  • Flights to and from South Africa

  • Taxidermy of trophies

  • Travel Insurance

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Request a Price List & Availability

Fill in your details and receive a price list and booking availability by email. 

Do you need help with flights?

Thank you! Please be on the lookout for an email from Martin

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