Hunting in Africa

Hunting in Africa

Hunting in Africa
The African continent has a rich flora and fauna, a rare combination of landscapes and geological formations. Africa is the most beautiful continent and one of the most popular, attractive and affordable hunting destinations. There is excellent service, excellent living conditions, wildlife, a variety of African fauna, professional organization of hunting. The most popular are huntings in Namibia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and South Africa.

Trophy animals:

Waterbuck, Zebra , Eland (Iland), roan antelope (roan), Black antelope (sable), Warthog, common Duiker, Kudu, Giraffe, count Stenbock, Impala, black Wildebeest, blue Wildebeest, Baboon, Oryx (Gemsbok), Blesbok, Springbok, Dik-Dik Damara, Jackal, Búbal (Hartebeest), Antelope jumper (Klipspringer), Cheetah (Chita), lion, leopard.

Hunting dates:

February-November, the best season from April to October. When booking a hunt, we recommend you to specify the specific weather conditions during the hunt and in the period preceding it.

Ways of hunting:

stalk, on a drive. The usual shot distance is 100-150 meters, sometimes up to 250-300 meters. Therefore, we recommend using a well-targeted optical sight.

Accommodation and meals during hunting:

during hunting staying in large tents with all amenities (flush toilet, shower, hot/cold water), spacious dining room, veranda. Meals – “all included”: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages in the range, but in moderation, tea, coffee.

Visa requirements:

Belarusian Citizens do not need a visa to visit Africa for up to three months for tourism or business visit. When crossing the border, the following documents must be presented: a passport valid for at least six months from the end of the trip and a migration card filled in English, a permit for the import of hunting weapons and ammunition, as well as for the export of hunting trophies.
Hunting in Africa