South African Safari in the Limpopo Province
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Ndihamba Nawa - Come, walk with us. South Africa is a magical place with many possibilities! This Safari offers a utopia of adventure, natural beauty, and lush accommodations which combine to create a truly memorable vacation. They aim to provide you with superior trophies while giving attention to every detail to ensure that you have an African Adventure of a lifetime. If you are a non-hunter, don't be left at home! Come along and enjoy the sights and sounds of the South African bushveld. Our outfitter places a great emphasis on providing world-class service, and will strive to exceed every client's expectations.
Their traditional thatched lodge is located approximately 3-hours drive from Johannesburg International Airport. Northwest of Thabazimbi in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Lodge consists of main Thatched roof lapa lounge area, outdoor pool, fully stocked bar, outdoor wood-fired oven, 7 African themed bedrooms, 4 private chalets (one of which is handicap accessible) each with their own full bath. This destination is perfect for small to large groups and can accommodate up to 25 people at one time.
This is a unique operation as it is American owned and operated in partnership with South Africans. The team knows and understands the traveling sportspersons and are dedicated to providing the highest level of personalized service and giving visitors a memorable South African experience.
Our outfitter believes in giving back to the local community and supports several schools in Dwaalboom by donating to education, food assistance, school building and health initiative. This can be a rewarding part of your African adventure as well. Great opportunity to take a SCI Blue Bag.
There is plenty to do and see for the non-hunting observer. Along with visiting the local school there are several activities within a day trip including: Game viewing, Predator Parks, Pilanesberg Park, Sun City, Elephant back safaris, Cradle of Humankind, Sterkfontein Caves, Lesedi cultural village to name a few.
Now is the time to let WTA plan your next getaway!
Day rate safaris
$350/day/person – 2x1
$450/day – 1x1
$850/day – Leopard safaris
$250/day – observers
$180/day/person – Arrival and departure days – This includes airport meet/greet, ground transportation, meals & lodging. Non-hunting day.
Trophy fees on additional animals
*African wild cat $450
White Blesbuck $850
Cape bushbuck $855
Limpopo bushbuck $1,230
Cape buffalo $12,000
*Civet cat $755
Common Duiker $465
*Blue duiker $1,255
Red duiker $1,245
Cape eland $2,965
Red hartebeest $1,550
*Honey badger $950
Impala female $260
Black backed jackal $175
Southern Greater Kudu – under 55” - $2,950
Southern Greater Kudu – over 55” - $4,880
Red Lechwe $3,850
*Vervet monkey $250
*Common reedbuck $1,445
Mountain reedbuck $970
Vaal rhebuck $2,480
Black springbuck $1,190
Common springbuck $530
Copper springbuck POR
White springbuck $1,430
*Black wildebeest $1,285
Blue wildebeest $1,265
Blue wildebeest female $755
Burchell’s Zebra $1,495
Trophy fees subject to change
*Pre-arrange permit required, minimum 7-day safari, inquire at time of booking
10-day safari required for African wildcat, caracal, civet and serval
Please note that not all species occur in the concession and a transfer may be required.
Professional hunter, tracker, skinner, meals, local beer and wine in moderation, deluxe accommodations, full camp staff, daily laundry, in-field transportation and in-field trophy care.
14% VAT on day rates
14% VAT on animals not exported
Conservation fee - $10/animal
Hotels as needed
Dip/Pack - $140/animals
Shipping of trophies
CITES permits as needed
Permits for specialized game as needed
Firearm rental $27/day
Ammo per round - $5.50/round
Day trips where additional staff required - $200/person
Day 1: Depart from home and fly to Johannesburg, South Africa
Day 2: Arrive in Johannesburg, clear customs, met by outfitter and ground transfer to camp. (may opt for overnight in Johannesburg at B&B if you want a day to recoup)
Your scheduled trip dates - full days
Day 1:Depart camp for Johannesburg. You will stop at a Flea market for shopping on your drive back to the airport.
Day 2: Arrive in USA, clear customs and continue home
WTA strongly suggest you hire a transition service to assist you with clearing your firearms. Please call for further information at 1-800-884-9332.
Physical Requirement Level
Level 2 - These hunts are mostly conducted on private ranches. Species include mule deer, elk, antelope; additionally, some caribou and African plains game hunts. Moderate to light hiking each day in semi-mountainous terrain.