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South Africa is one of countries in Southern Africa which offers the most variety of fauna and flora and diverse habitats possible. South Africa is divided into some different sub terrains varying from open desert to dense savannah bushveld. All these areas place South Africa as the top tourism destination in sub Sahara Africa. Our hunting concessions is located in the Limpopo and Eastern Cape Province and the Kalahari region. With our 5 concessions we can offer 80 species to our clients.


Our main hunting areas is located in the Northern bushveld in the Limpopo Province. Our flagship hunting area/lodge is located close to the town of Ellisras and mere 3h30 min drive from OR Tambo International Airport. The lodge hosts 28 guests at any given time and is located on the banks of the Mogol river. This hunting area is made up of 5000 hectares of privately owned range and 50000 hectares sub-leased hunting concessions located within a 30 minute drive from our main lodge. 3 of the big 5 species are found in this area together with 35 species of plainsgame. Rifle and bow hunting are catered for in this area.

Our second hunting area is located in the most northern part of Limpopo Province. The main lodge sleeps 16 people and the bush camp sleeps 8 people. This hunting area is 25000 hectares in size and makes for a fantastic scenic experience. Buffalo and plainsgame is offered from this destination. The hunting area is made up of open savannah to rolling hills.


Our third Limpopo hunting area is located between the Phalaborwa and Hoedspruit towns close to Kruger National Park. This lodge is located on a hill and overlooks the surrounding bushveld. This lodge sleeps 8 people and is used mainly for hunting in the private reserves bordering Kruger Park. This location is our Big 5 concession from where we conduct our buffalo / elephant / hippo /crocodile hunts. This location also makes for an ideal visit to the Kruger National Park as it is only a 40 minute drive from the entrance gates.

South Africa is a family friendly destination and compared to the rest of Africa - the mecca for tourism. With all its diversity this will be everybody's number one choice to start their African experience.



We do offer free range safaris in all of the above countries. Please contact our office for a detailed quotation.


In Northern Mozambique lies a jewel hidden in East Africa - the Niassa Reserve. It is is known for its utmost beauty and ruggedness and it hosts some of the last free range wilderness areas in Africa. Bordering Tanzania in the North with the famous Selous Game Reserve across the border, this is the last safe haven for wild Africa in Northern Mozambique.

The Niassa area is made up of several R and L blocks divided in such a manner that each block can offer prime hunting and pristine scenery. The Niassa reserve hosts species like Roosevelt Sable, Niassa Wildebeest, Lichtenstein Hartebeest and Bohems Zebra - all species only found in this region.

Access to Niassa is made easy; direct flights to Lichinga, Nampula  Pemba is available via SA Airlink or LAM via Maputo. Our camps are located closer to Lichinga for road transfers to camp and back. Air charters are available from Pemba and Nampula to camp. Niassa is primarily offering lion, leopard and buffalo on quota with all plainsgame as add-ons. For species like crocodile and hippo or elephant, we have our area located in Tete Province on the Zambezi River that we use for these species.

Our main accomodation in Niassa is rustic tented camps. We also use smaller fly camps 3 to 6 hours from our main camps to get clients closer to the game-rich areas. 220 volt diesel generators is used for main power supplies and solar power is also used in some cases. Hot running water and wifi is common in all our main camps. Certain areas only have satellite service available.


Niassa hunting season is mainly June to November and hot days with plenty of rain is common from December to April.

Booking a safari in Niassa is the ultimate experience for any big game hunter. This is the last frontier in East Africa that has this wildness to offer. Hard work brings big rewards, as well as the the experience of the essence of Africa. Come and enjoy this experience with us around the campfire and learn the ways of true wilderness hunting.