Leopard hunting in Namibia

Outfitter #224

March – November

Namibia leopard hunting is an age old tradition and they are fortunate enough to have a significant quota on leopard each year. Various methods of hunting leopard have been used over the decades however today baiting and watching for spoor is an ongoing process.

A shy, solitary, elegant, powerfully built cat, with a beautifully spotted coat. The basic body color varies from almost white to orange-russet, with black spots on the legs, flanks, hindquarters and head. The spots on the rest of the body consist of rosettes or broken circles of irregular black spots. The tail is about half of the total length, with rosette spots above and a white tip. The ears are rounded and white-tipped. The under parts are usually white to off-white. They are found in a wide range of habitats, from dense forest to mountains, bushveld and desert.

Leopard hunting is not just about going out there and killing a cat, it entails so much more, it is an art which has to be perfected. Only males may be hunted and the PH either has an affinity for this art of hunting or not. Our outfitters incredible 64% success rate over the past 5 seasons is testimony to their teams skills.

Their PH’s are personally involved with the hanging and checking of the baits, but most importantly, they observe, conclude and study these cats. Our trackers, on foot and on horseback, search for and find new sign of Leopard and know the trails that these animals follow on a regular basis. For this process they use multiple Trail Cameras, Telemetry Collars and GPS Collar. NOTE – NO leopard that is wearing a collar will be hunted,these specific individuals are for research purposes only. The Trail Cameras are used at the baiting sites. The images captured reveal a significant amount of information, the numbers of animals, the sex of these animals, family structures, behavioral patterns etc. The collars in turn provide very precise information about home range, reproduction, roaming patterns as well as interactions with other Leopard. Because of our outfitters pursuit of Leopard, they started their own Leopard research project to better understand Leopard It aids in determining and developing knowledge about their population structure and the opportunity to study their behavior.

Comfortable accommodations are provided each with full bath facilities – and surrounded by a nicely landscaped African garden, complete with a swimming pool. Excellent meals feature a great variety of game and domestic meats, as well as fresh vegetables, fruits and fresh baked goods. This family-run operation has been providing high-quality hunts since 1972, with over 43 years of experience, this outfit does it right. They pride themselves on their reliability and attention to detail, ensuring that all facets of your hunting experience are professionally managed. In addition to the hunt itself, they also provide excellent follow-up services for trophy handling and shipping – something that is becoming increasingly important.

If you are interested in hunting Leopard, come and hunt with us: you will not only have a great safari, you will also learn a lot about leopard and have a real experience in applied conservation.

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Pricing Details

12- day Leopard package – 1×1
Includes trophy fees for leopard, gemsbuck and zebra


$250/day – Observer, plus 15% VAT


Trophy fees

Kudu $1,900

Gemsbuck $650

Hartebeest $650

Springbuck $850

Warthog $490

Duiker $450

Steenbuck $450

Hartmann’s Zebra $1,200

Burchell’s Zebra $1,300

Black Wildebeest $1,200

Blue Wildebeest $1,300

Baboon $150

Jackal $150

Eland $2,800

Giraffe $3,000

Waterbuck $2,800

Klipspringer $1,800

Ostrich $595

Caracal $500

Impala $900

Blesbuck $900

Sable $POR

Roan $POR

Dik-Dik $POR

Black faced impala $POR – not importable into the US

Cheetah $4,500 – not importable into the US

Trophy fees subject to change

Not all species are located in same concession and transfers may be needed


Professional hunter, trackers and skinners, fully equipped 4×4 vehicles, field preparation of trophies, accommodations, meals, beer-wine-spirits in moderation, laundry service

Package hunts also include: trophy fees per package, round trip ground transfer, VAT on day rates and hunting license


C.I.T.E.S. fees
15% VAT on day rate safaris
trophy fees on additional animals taken
shipping to the U.S.
Firearm rental $40/day
Ammo at current local prices
$450 transfer/concession fee
$170 – hunting license on day rate safaris


South Africa Itinerary
Day 1: Depart for Johannesburg, South Africa
Day 2: Arrive in Johannesburg, clear customs – overnight
Day 3: 1st flight to Windhoek, Namibia where you will be met and transfer to camp
Hunt days
Day 1: Depart Windhoek for South Africa
Upon arrival in Johannesburg stay in-transition
Day 2: Arrive US

Germany Itinerary
Day 1: Depart for Frankfurt, Germany
Day 2: Arrive in Frankfurt, stay in-transition You will have approx. 11-hour layover
Airlines may require you to claim your bags/firearm & recheck bags (don’t leave customs with firearm)
Take night flight to Windhoek, Namibia
Day 3: Arrive in Windhoek in the morning where you will be met and transfer to camp
Hunt days
Day 1: Depart Windhoek for Frankfurt
Airlines may require you to claim your bags/firearm & recheck bags (don’t leave customs with firearm)
Day 2: Arrive US

Please call WTA Travel for further information at 1-800-884-9332

Hunt Style

Physical Level:

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.


Trip Requirements

All participants must read rules and regulations pertaining to method of take and be within the state/country’s guidelines. WTA is not responsible for failure to meet any state/country requirements.
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