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huntingWestern Cape Hunting areas offer infinite variety; from Mountain Fynbos to Coastal Renosterveld; Spekboom Thickets to Grassy Fynbos; Succulent Karroo to Mountainous Valleys.

Stalking in these areas is extremely challenging. The numerous game birds and waterfowl will give your position away at any moment. You will experience the extraordinary ability of game to sense an intruder in their midst. Ostrich has an uncanny knack of spotting an interloper miles away, and will hurtle straight towards the hunted quarry. With a flick of a tail and crashing sound, your target will disappear through bush, over a mountain, into a dense valley.

Hear the early morning call of a Grey Wing partridge or the bark of a male Baboon, all these forge a lifetime of memories as you appreciate nature at its best.

 

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African Hunting Safaris

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Hunting Safaris in South Africa and around Cape Town are personalised to suit your individual requirements. You may be a discerning collector of trophy animals or a hunter wanting to share the full safari experience with your family. Each and every safari is different, and I make every effort to fulfill your dreams.

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Hunting In Namibia

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Spotting and Stalking a Huge Kudu Bull as we weaves his way through the scrub as you catch glimpses of his long Spiralled horns protruding through the tops of Bush is an experience that will not be forgotten.  Listen to the call of the Black backed Jackal and the nightjar or all most Typical sounds of Africa

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Wing Shooting Safari

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World Class Pigeon Shooting - (Argentina in South Africa) - Shooting takes place over sunflower and sorghum and Millet fields. The best time for the shooting is mid-April to Mid June, which is before and during the harvest of the crops. The Birds fly throughout the day at varying heights.

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"The best thing about hunting and fishing,' the Old Man said, 'is that you don't have to actually do it to enjoy it. You can go to bed every night thinking about how much fun you had twenty years ago, and it all comes back clear as moonlight."

- Robert Ruark -

Western Cape

South Africa

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