February – November
Elephant – 14-day minimum
Cape buffalo & plains game 7-day minimum
This free-range Cape buffalo hunt is conducted in the open reserve system and includes large tracks for private APNR (Associated Private Nature Reserves) concession without fences bordering the large famous national park in the Northeast corner of South Africa. These reserves have their own resident healthy populations of game. There are lots of Buffalo in the reserve and combined with small quotas it makes for a quality hunting opportunity. A recent aerial survey revealed over 1,300 buffalo on the concession.
Our outfitters safari area in excess of 30,000-acres is excellent hunting for Free-range Cape buffalo, elephant and limited plains game.
Camp is nestled in the shade of big acacia trees at the foot of the Drakensberg Mountains and consists of 5 chalets. A very scenic setting where during the dry months Nyala and impala come to feed on the lawn.
Guests are treated to traditional South African home cooking. Great care is taken to prepare game hunted on the safari for those hunters who wish to taste the delicious venison. Fresh vegetables, mostly grown in the area and salads are served with all meals.
Our outfitter hunts on a conservancy established in 1993 and situated in the North Eastern part of South Africa, known as the Lowveld, and also home to the jewel of African Game Reserves – The Kruger National Park, and South Africa’s prime Big-5 destination. The ecological benefits of this initiative has made the region a popular safari destination and conservation efforts have ensured that the wildlife population includes all of the Big-5 game: lion, elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard and rhino have space to roam freely.
Quotas are extremely limited and early bookings are advised. Whether you are interested in hunting Elephant, Cape buffalo or pursue the plains game, our outfitter will make sure that your African Hunting Safari is an unforgettable one! They pride ourselves in offering personalized hunts, giving our hunters the exclusive use of camp and making sure they get the best African Experience.
2018 APPROXIMATE CAPE BUFFALO AND ELEPHANT Rates:
Classic Cape Buffalo package – 8 days all-inclusive, bull up to 38”
$16,500 – 1×1 plus 1 observer
$15,500/hunter – 2×1 including 2 observers
$14,000/hunter – 4×2 including 4 observers
40”+ Cape Buffalo package – 10 days all-inclusive $23,500 – 1×1 plus 1 observer
Elephant package – 10-day hunt/11 nights – All Inclusive
$38,500 – bull up to 30-lbs, includes 1 observer
$48,500 – bull up to 40-lbs, includes 1 observer
Day rate safaris
Dangerous game – Lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, elephant and hippo
$850/day – 1×1
$750/day/person – 2×1
$450/day – 1×1
$350/day/person – 2×1
$300/day/person – 4×2
$250/day – observer
Hippo – $7,000
Croc – $5,500
Nyala – $3,750
Kudu – $3,750
Kudu 60″ and over $8,000
Bushbuck – $1,600
Impala ram – $550
Impala female – $200
Blue Wildebeest $1,600
Livingstone Eland $POR
African Wild Cat $950*
Honey Badger $1,200*
Vervet Monkey $250
Bushpig (baited) $900
Spotted Hyena $3,500
Trophy fees subject to change
*Special permit needed prior to hunt, limited quota
Full camp staff
Airport meet and greet in Hoedspruit
In-field trophy care
Packages also include; 14% vat on day rates and trophy fees for species listed in package
14% VAT on day rates and non-exported game
$50-$75/day depending upon caliber- Firearm rental plus ammo at cost
Hotel before and after hunt if needed
CITES permits – if needed
Wine and liquor
Day 1: Depart from home and fly to Johannesburg, South Africa
Day 2: Arrive in Johannesburg, Clear customs and overnight
Cabela’s Travel can assist you with B&B and firearm transition service
Days 3: Morning flight to Hoedspuit, South Africa where you will be met by the outfitter and transfer to camp.
Your scheduled trip dates – full days
Day 1: Depart camp for Hoedspuit where you will take a domestic flight to Johannesburg
Upon arrival in Johannesburg you will collect your bags and re-check in for final international flight home
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.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.