Feb – Nov
Archery hunting plains game is a highly specialized safari requiring a specific set of hunting skills. WTA has the perfect Namibia archery outfitter for you.
In the South Western part of Africa, a country exists where it is still possible to experience a landscape that contains more wildlife than people. Namibia, with just over 2 million people features a diverse eco-system featuring fascinating deserts, canyon country, Etosha Pan, vast mountains and endless savannas.
From years of experience this outfitter respects that bow-hunters prefer to hunt on property that is exclusive for bow-hunters. Their 10,000-acres private concession offers an incredible diversity of both Fauna and Flora where our outfitter built a lodge to perfection too transform this paradise into an exclusive bow-hunting only destination.
Hunters may choose any of their ten hunting blinds (6 elevated and 4 ground) shooting up to 20-yards and/or “walk and stalk” should the client prefer.
Well established lodge consists of six luxurious chalets, each with air-conditioning, telephone, HD television & an en-suite bathroom and a double bed. Our well stocked bar is at your disposal and you are welcome to whatever strikes your fancy while your delicious lodge-style cuisine is prepared with a variety of prime cut game meat, directly from what you have hunted.
With refreshment in hand, you can relax under the stars around a blazing fire, or in the Jacuzzi after a successful hunt. All hunts are recorded on DVD and can be viewed in our luxurious trophy room where satellite TV and free Wi-Fi Internet access are also available.
They also have an onsite archery shop with all the necessary equipment, arrows, broad heads, sights, arrow rests etc. available. Also a bow press suitable for any bow on the market, you only have to bring an extra bowstring instead of two bows. We also stock several bows that you can use should there be a need for it.
Your bow-hunting adventure awaits and is one to be remembered for a lifetime.
7-day Archery only all-inclusive package
$6,999 – 1×1
$6,599/person – 2×1
Includes $3,500 trophy fee voucher, no refund on unused amount
Day rate safaris
$380/day – 1×1
$300/day – 2×1
$175/day – observers
$190/1×1 hunter – arrival and depart days
$150/2×1 hunter – arrival and depart days
Burchell’s zebra $1,300
Hartman’s zebra $1,300
Red hartebeest $900
Damara Dik-Dik $3,000*
Cheetah $3,000 – not importable into the US
Game birds $175/person/day
Trophy fees subject to change
*Limited quota, request at time of booking
4×4 Safari vehicle
Full camp staff
Field care of trophies
Package hunts also include: $3,500 trophy fee voucher, 15% VAT on daily rates, 1% tourism VAT, arrival/depart days and round trip ground transfer from airport.
$400/vehicle up to 7 people – round trip ground transfer from Windhoek International Airport to camp.
Optional charter flight from Windhoek to Tsumeb
1% tourism VAT
15% VAT on daily rates
Insurance and Medical – recommend
Hotels before/after hunt if needed
15% VAT on trophies not exported, including wounded game
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
Day 1: Depart Windhoek for South Africa
Upon arrival in Johannesburg stay in-transition
Day 2: Arrive US
Day 1: Depart for Frankfurt, Germany
Day 2: Arrive in Frankfurt, stay in-transition You will have approx. 11-hour layover
Take night flight to Windhoek, Namibia
Day 3: Arrive in Windhoek in the morning where you will be met and transfer to camp
Day 1: Depart Windhoek for Frankfurt
Day 2: Arrive US
Please call WTA travel 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.