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Big Game Hunting (2017)

Big game Hunting in Namibia
Namibia is Africa’s mecca for dangerous game hunting at the moment, since the closing of other African countries for Dangerous Game hunting. Namibia is one of a few African countries who is taking a positive stance toward Trophy Hunting as an irreplaceable form of conservation through utilization. The Namibian Government is doing an outstanding job in protecting our rights to hunt, ensuring that we will have a good future in the trophy hunting industry for our future generations.

Big game Hunting Areas
The Zambezi Region of Namibia is an oasis with rivers like the mighty Zambezi, Chobe, Kwando and Linyanti with its complex channel of reed beds, lakes and islands. The biggame hunting areas all lie in close proximity to three national parks namely; Mudumu National Park, Mamili National Park and opposite the Kwando/Linyanti River of which the opposite shoreline belongs to the world renowned Chobe National Park of Botswana. You can expect to see Elephant, Buffalo, Hippopotamus, Crocodiles, Reedbuck, Red Lechwe, Sable, Roan, Kudu, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest and Leopard.

Most of the hunting takes place along the river on the multiple islands, using a boat or 4x4 vehicle to move from one island to the next, and hunting thereafter is on foot by means of tracking or spot and stalk. The primary trophy animals in this biggame hunting area are buffalo, elephant, hippo, crocodile and limited quota on various plainsgame species.

There are three hunting camps, is situated in the Mopane forest under huge indigenous trees. It has been recently upgraded with a new lapa area and canvas Chalets each with en-suite bathrooms, fitted with flush toilets and hot showers. The camp is powered via generator and Chalets and Lapa have lights with additional portable lights being provided after hours. The lapa has a charging station for batteries and phones. Camp cuisine is traditional Namibian meals and special orders/diets can prepared on request.

Big Game Prices – (2017)
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Zambezi Region of Namibia
7 Day Trophy Buffalo (included: daily rates & trophy fee)                        USD 19 000
14 Day Trophy Elephant (included: daily rates & trophy fee)                   USD 49 900
14 Day Leopard Hunt (included: daily rates, trophy fee & baiting fee)      USD 28 500

Add on Trophies: Bushbuck, Red Lechwe, Reedbuck, Hippo, Crocodile, Bushpig, Sable
Roan, Waterbuck, Burchell’s/Chapmans Zebra, Bluewildebeest

Waterberg Plateau National Park
10 Day Trophy Buffalo (included: daily rates & trophy fee) ….......... USD 35 000

Add on Trophies: Eland, Giraffe, Roan & Sable

Note on Waterberg Plateau National Park: Most of the biggest buffalo taken in Namibia has been hunted in this area. Extremely challenging hunt in beautiful scenery which is in a class of its own. If you work hard, you can be able to find an old buffalo bull of 44”+ with hard bosses.

Regarded as the best buffalo hunting area in Namibia!
Malaria free area as well!

The best part of this area is that it is 3 hours drive from Windhoek, and when you harvest your trophy we can take it straight to the taxidermist or shipper in Windhoek without waiting for your trophy in quarantine facilities like in the Zambezi region.


  • All hunts to be conducted with Jacques Strauss as the Big Game Professional Hunter
  • 50% deposit on daily rates required to confirm booking
  • Prices are subject to change for 2018
  • CONTACT us directly at kowasadv@iafrica.com.na for your personalized quote.


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