Professional
Hunters Association
of South Africa
Eastern Cape
Game Management
Association

A typical day’s plains game hunting begins with a mug of coffee at daybreak followed by a light breakfast. Thereafter the hunting party set out in the hunting vehicle in search of prey. Our terrain and hunting ethos favour the "walk and stalk" method of hunting. Depending on the fitness level of the hunter and the species being hunted, we also occasionally wait at a favourable spot for antelope to move out into the open to graze, usually late afternoon.  

We are committed to providing our clients with a memorable African experience and your hunting experience is as important to us as the trophies you take home. 

All hunts are accompanied by a coolbox with snacks and refreshments. A packed lunch is enjoyed in the veld or at the lodge. We hunt at your pace, it’s your adventure and we encourage our clients to savor every moment of the hunt. We cater to the needs of our clients, from the young boy on his first safari to the most experienced hunter. Families are welcome on our hunting safaris.

After the hunt, photos are taken and we head back to the lodge where the skinners begin their work and it’s time for us to relax by the camp fire and enjoy drinks followed by a scrumptious meal.

We also offer a range of non-hunting activities during or after the hunt. Feel free to take a day's break from hunting to see more of what our area has to offer.

After the Hunt

Your trophies are transported to our taxidermist for dipping, packing and shipping to the destination or taxidermist of your choice. We work with Karoo Taxidermy based in Graaff Reinet. Please visit their website www.karootaxidermy.com.

 

 

Hunting an Eland Bull in South Africa South African sunrise at Haaspoort/Karoo Wild Safaris