Get $5 off your next purchase! Click Here

7-Day Cape Buffalo Hunt in South Africa

$13,500.00

In stock

Quick Overview

Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush on this seven day cape buffalo hunt in South Africa with highly-experienced professional guides and first-class lodging included. This trip is the pinnacle of big game hunting.

South African Cape Buffalo Hunting

Details

This hunting safari in southern Africa is sure to be an experience of a lifetime. Whether you are interested in the Big Five or in Plains Game hunting, this outfitter has the experience and resources to make your African hunting safari a successful one. They offer hunting safaris in Limpopo and the North West Province as well as in Zimbabwe and Mozambique. These areas vary greatly in terms of topography, vegetation and species available and range from rolling savannah grassland to densely wooded bushveld. For this Cape Buffalo safari package, there are no hidden costs, and everything is included except the dipping and packing of trophies. Guests are met upon arrival at Johannesburg International (O.R Tambo) and are returned there upon completion of the safari.The outfitter's commitment is to provide professional and ethical service and to ensure each hunter enjoys a memorable experience based on his or her preferences.



About Cape Buffalo

Africa is so much more than the Big Five, but it’s hard not to let the familiar images soon begin playing in your mind: lions roaring; elephants trumpeting; cape buffalo lurking in long grass; rhinos standing stately under a thorn tree; leopards prowling in the gathering darkness. Encountering one of these animals firsthand could be the most exhilarating experience of your life. It could be the story you tell for decades to come. But it takes true grit, utter fearlessness, and a bit of insanity to willingly sign off your safety, especially when hunting cape buffalo. To hunt these beasts, you better have ice water in your veins and a lucky charm in your pocket, because if you miss.... [click here to read more]

About the Outfitter

The professional hunter of choice is the most important factor in determining the success of your safari, and with Nhoro Safaris, you will be getting the single greatest outfitter available. You won't find another PH out there with more big game hunting knowledge and experience than Gordon Stark. He's also a gentleman who cares about the traditions of the sport, the natives, and the animals. Enough good things can't be said about Nhoro Safaris, and their reputation even goes beyond their integrity. Nhoro Safaris camp is the kind that hunter's dream of, with all the warm comforts of home and first-rate personal service of South Africa. Book with this outfitter if you want the best of the best.

Suggested Rifles and Calibers

Since you will be hunting one of the Big 5, it is required by law that you hunt with a minimum caliber of 375. Beyond that, bring whatever rifle you are most comfortable with. It is important to spend time on the shooting range before your African hunt commences. You will sight your rifles prior to commencing the hunt, however, you must be familiar with your rifle. Based on the outfitter's recommendation, a 30-06 or 300 Win Mag and a 375 would cover all your needs sufficiently. Do not think this to be a requirement, it is merely a suggestion.

Firearm Permit

Complete the temporary firearm import permit application (SAP520) in advance if possible and bring it with you. It is important to note that the form must be completed in black ink and must remain unsigned until the document is finalized in front of the police official issuing the actual permit at the airport. Your application will not be approved if you are less than 21 years of age. Remember that the issuing of the temporary import permits at the port of entry is free of charge. Do not tip or pay any SAPS officer for this service.

The following firearms and ammunition will not be allowed to enter South Africa:

• Any automatic or semi-automatic firearms
• More than one firearm per caliber per person
• More than 200 rounds of ammunition per person per firearm

What to Bring

• Valid passport
• Rifle
• Ammunition
• Return airline ticket
• Letter of invitation from your hunting outfitter
• Proof of ownership of firearms
• Certificate of Registration (Customs form 4457)
• Proof of export from country of origin
• Rifle cleaning equipment
• Raincoat
• Odorless sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 20
• Hat
• Three sets of hunting clothes, khaki or camo
• A thick jacket and gloves as it gets cold during the winter evenings
• Well-worn and comfortable walking boots with thick socks
• Personal medication
• Camera with extra battery
• Binoculars
• Some people like to keep a journal of the daily events, so bring one along
• If hunting during summer months (September-April), insect repellent is advised
• We make use of 220 V electrical power supply so if necessary please remember your converter.

What's Not Included

• Government trophy fees (where applicable)
• Round trip road transfer to hunting area $600.00
• The cost of alcoholic beverages and special catering at clients request
• Air charter costs to and from and between hunting areas, and all commercial air travel
• Gratuities (recommended: 10% of total safari cost)
• The cost of crating, processing and documentation of trophies and transportation of animals from the field
• Community fee $50 per day
• Extra hunting days $1200 per day
• Observers $300.00 per person per day
• Before and after hunt expenses (accommodations, meals etc.)

Confirmation of a Safari

Reservations will be confirmed upon receipt of a deposit of 50% of the total safari charges. The balance of the safari cost is payable 60 days prior to the commencement of the safari. The company accepts no responsibility for any accident, injury or illness incurred during or arising from any safari, or loss or damage to clients property during the safari. We can make no guarantee of animals to be obtained, nor accept responsibility for weather conditions affecting the safari, nor delays arising from accidental breakage of vehicles or equipment, or by late or missed flights or loss of baggage. In the event of a cancellation or postponement by the client, the deposit is liable for forfeiture at the discretion of the company.

Artistic Visions Wildlife Studio

If you have any questions regarding taxidermy or the cost involved please contact Aaron Simser at Artistic Visions Wildlife Studio.

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.