A guide to information that you should find useful when planning your hunting safari in Africa.

- As a member of PHASA (Professional Hunters Association of South Africa), we adhere to and operate under their code of conduct as well as to the unwritten laws of ethical and fair chase.
-  Kotie and his team’s mission is to give you a perfect safari and an extensive experience of nature.
-  Our in-depth knowledge and love for nature and hunting, ensure that we offer a novel safari that is both personalised and unique. 
-  We do not hunt artificially bred animals.  
-  We do not hunt in small areas and do not adhere to the so-called “put & take” hunting.

- We specialise in tailor-made packages to suit your African Safari requirements:
-  The Big Five and other species not mentioned such as Tsessebe, Blue Duiker, Cape Grysbuck, etc.
can be arranged on request
-  Bird hunting
-  Optional add-on to hunting safaris (golf; fishing; sightseeing; photographic tours; etc.)

-  Furnished camps
- Government license fees
-  Daily laundering of washing
-  Transport to, from and inside the hunting concessions
-  The service of an experienced professional hunter
-  Availability of trackers, skinners and camp staff
- Catering for meals, soft drinks and fruit juices
- Provision of a medical chest

- Alcoholic drinks
- Any additional sightseeing tours
- Trophy fees (refer to separate list)
-  Taxidermy and shipping of trophies to overseas destinations
-  Cost of a rifle at 30 Euro per day, per rifle + ammunition at the purchase price
-  Travel costs between different hunting areas (Refer to map; A, B, C, D, E)
-  Hotel or any accommodation costs before or after the safari
-  Passports and visas (check details with your travel agent)
-  Tips at the discretion of the client
-  Aircraft charters

-  Animals that are either wounded and/or not found, is payable in full.
-  Travelling to and from the hunting areas and between different hunting areas (A, B, C, D, E) is calculated and considered as hunting days.

- Hunting takes place all year round.  
- From October to March, daytime temperatures are warm to hot with a good possibility of rain.  
- From April to September, days are pleasantly warm but cold at night.
- The Karoo is very cold in winter.
- Except for the prevention of malaria, no special precautions are necessary. Consult your doctor in this regard (only Kwazulu Natal is considered a malaria area).

We recommended that you bring your own rifles (with scopes), although a selection of firearms will be available for hire on prior request. The minimum calibre required is .243/7mm for smaller game and .375 for large, dangerous game (big 5). On a thick skinned game like elephant, hippo and buffalo, solid ammunition of 300 grains and heavier is required. 

Code of Conduct:

General Information:

Safari daily rates Includes:

Safari daily rates Excludes:

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Climate & Health:

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