I have more than 20 years of hunting experience in Southern Africa which I will utilise to ensure that you thoroughly enjoy your African hunting experience. I have a good knowledge of the fauna and flora as well as of the customs, traditions and history of the local people inhabiting the area.
Come and enjoy a tailor-made or package hunt with me in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Bring your family or friends along and experience the sights and smells of Africa. No hunter or huntress is too young or too old to join me on an unforgettable hunt.
All the hunts will be led by me, a licensed professional hunter and outfitter. We hunt mainly by way of spot and walk-and-stalk. I only use the best professional hunters who are fully registered and licensed by Nature Conservation authorities. Methods of hunting available are rifle, bow, handgun and/or black powder.
When you book a safari with me, I can assist you with all the basic info for realising your dream hunting safari - from the preparatory stages to the despatch of your trophies to the taxidermist of your choice. I have no minimum period of time for a safari, however, I strongly recommend a safari of 7 to 14 days. It is important that we hunt without a time constraint. After all, you are on vacation.
I will personally meet you at your port of entry into South Africa. (O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) International or Polokwane International airport). However I can also arrange chartered services to and from the two airports. My base is situated about 2 hours from Polokwane and 6 hours from O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) International Airport.
Come and enjoy traditional South African cuisine carefully prepared on an open hardwood fire, to fully enhance your hunting experience.
My staff and I are always ready to spoil you.
Bandur Concession: My base camp and main area of operation is nestled in the Limpopo Valley in the northern part of the Limpopo Province of South Africa. (Lodge consists of a lounge, kitchen and dining area and 6 separate double chalets with en-suite bathrooms with hot showers, flush toilets, washbasins, hot and cold clean running water, beds with warm blankets, bedding, towels, soap, full furnishings and air conditioners.
We usually wake usually before sunrise when coffee or tea and a light snack will be enjoyed. We will then leave just before sunrise to start hunting. Water and soft drinks will be available in a cooler box on the hunting truck.
We return to the lodge around 10 to 11 o'clock when a scrumptious brunch (Continental or English) will be enjoyed in the dining area.
If you so choose, you can retire to your room for an early midday rest until 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
From 3 o'clock until dark we will hunt again, arriving back in the camp at dusk. You will then have an opportunity to freshen up for pre-dinner drinks and to enjoy the sounds of the African bush.
In the evening we will have a sit-down balanced dinner where venison (tender, healthy, low fat, hormone free game meat) will be enjoyed with a choice of vegetables, starches, sauces, salads and dessert to suit all.
After desserts you can retire to your room or we can share our day's hunting experiences around the campfire.
1. Decide which animals you want to hunt (See section "Pricelists & Packages").
2. Do not be over-ambitious about the number of trophies, especially on your first safari.
3. Decide how many days you have available for your safari. Rule of thumb for a mixed bag of plains game of five to eight animals is seven days. Dangerous game could require additional days.
4. Make sure you plan your safari for the right time of the year. During the drier times of the year the visibility of animals will be better. (Rainy season lasts from October/November to February/March) Thus the optimum hunting season will be from end of March through to the beginning of October.
5. Contact me via e-mail to obtain an estimation.
6. Confirm your booking by paying your required deposit.
7. Start making preparations well in advance.
8. Be physically prepared.