Day 1: We will collect you from the airport and transport you to our concession, where the remainder of the day will be spent orientating you and helping you to settle in, along with all the formalities of checking equipment and sighting your rifle. Included: (L, D)
Day 2: The next morning we are off to get your hunt your first animal. You have a choice of five animals to choose from. These are Impala, Blesbok, Warthog, Gray Duiker or Steenbok. Should you wish to shoot any other animal a price will calculated to accommodate your choice. That afternoon we can either continue hunting if we where unsuccessful in the morning or attempt our luck at the fishing. Included: (B, L, D)
Day 3: The next day is dedicated to bird shooting, where your skills will be tested by various birds depending on the time of year. It could be the very fast pigeons, or perhaps you would prefer the cunning Guineafowl. There are so many to choose from. Included: (B, L, D)
Day 4: Day 4 is spent testing your fresh water light tackle skills against various types of fish. For those of you who are really looking for a good challenge and a superb fight try catching a Barbel (catfish) with a fly rod, it really is great fun. Included: (B, L, D)
Day 5: On day 5 we continue our hunt for the second animal, which can be chosen from the list shown above. Once again, we can work out a price should you wish to choose any other animal. Included: (B, L, D)
Day 6: The next day has been left open to allow time to secure any one of the three that may have gotten away. If you are lucky (or should I say skilled) enough, the day can be spent doing what you prefer. Included: (B, L, D)
Day 7: The last day is used to prepare for your departure. The paperwork needs to be done to secure your export permits, as well as getting any taxidermist instructions correct. Once this is done we begin our trip back to the airport. Included: (B, L).
A deposit will be required in order to confirm booking.
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