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Bow Hunting

Bow hunters consider the overall conditions in Namibia particularly suited to their sport. Possessing some of the highest game populations and variety of species still seen in Africa, makes it a paradise for any bow hunter.

The following trophies can be hunted over 5 existing waterholes namely: Kudu, Oryx, Blue Wildebeest, Black Wildebeest, Burchels Zebra, Mountain Zebra, Red Hartebeest, Blesbuck, Impala, Springbuck, Warthog, Steenbuck, Duiker, Cheetah and Black Backed Jackel.

Hunting Laws and Regulations Applicable to Bow Hunting In Namibia
Small Game: 25 ft/lbs Medium Game: 40 ft/lbs Big Game: 65 ft/lbs
 
African Wildcat
 
Bontebok
 
Bosbok
 
Caracal
 
Dassie (Rock rabbit)
 
Damara dik-dik
 
Duiker
 
Jackal
 
Klipspringer
 
Letchwe
 
Porcupine
 
Springbuck
 
Steenbuck
 
Rabbit
 
Baboon
 
Cheetah
 
Nyala
 
Spotted Hyena
 
Warthog
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Eland
 
Gemsbok (Oryx)
 
Giraffe
 
Hartebeest
 
Kudu
 
Roan
 
Sable
 
Tsetsebe
 
Waterbuck
 
Blue wildebeest
 
Black widlebeest
 
Burchell Zebra
 
Hartmann Zebra
 
 


Hunting Success

An average of six trophies are usually taken during a 7-day bow hunting safari. A total of 16 plains game species can be hunted at Kowas Adventure Safaris. Best months for bow hunting, are April to November.

Kowas Hunting Safaris are situated in the Kalahari which is the home of the Bushmen, the most famous and renowned bow hunters in Africa. We invite you to come and test your skill against these prolific bow hunters.


Blinds

The majority of successful bags are made from permanently constructed blinds. These are situated approximately 20 yards from waterholes and saltlicks. Some are elevated and some are ground blinds, depending on the terrain, sun and wind direction. Blinds are spacious, with overhead roofs, and ports are adjustable to suit both sitting and standing archers. Animals are bagged regularly by using this method. Six permanently constructed blinds can be chosen from by the bow hunter.


Spotting and Stalking

Spotting and stalking in the Kalahari remains a challenge. There is enough natural cover for the bow hunter to get to a shooting range of approximately 40 yards. For the bow hunter accepting this challenge, a fascinating hunt is awaiting you. You have to be relatively fit, patient and accurate at about 40 yards. Enjoy this challenge.

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