Why South Africa?
Explore the diverse wonders of South Africa, a country that stands out among its Southern African counterparts. South Africa offers a unique blend of attractions that few neighboring nations can match. Boasting stunning beaches, majestic mountains, expansive open spaces, African bush, and modern cities, South Africa has become the preferred destination for millions of satisfied tourists.
With its well-maintained tourist industry and a favorable exchange rate against most developed countries, South Africa provides an opportunity for foreign visitors to enjoy a splendid experience without breaking the bank. The South African bush alone teems with an incredible array of wildlife, surpassing the combined mammal and plant species of the Americas. From diverse bird species to the largest cats, antelopes, and an impressive roster of iconic animals, including elephants, lions, rhinos, hippos, leopards, and buffaloes, South Africa offers an unparalleled safari experience.
Beyond its natural wonders, South Africa is a nation of diverse people, boasting a rainbow of ethnic groups and eleven official languages. With first-world standards and vast, undiscovered countryside, South Africa promises an extraordinary holiday and hunting experience that transcends expectations.
Our Hunting Area – Limpopo Province
Embark on an unforgettable hunting experience in Limpopo, South Africa’s northernmost province. Named after the bordering river that separates South Africa from Zimbabwe and Botswana, Limpopo boasts a significant portion of the renowned Kruger National Park, showcasing one of the world’s most diverse arrays of mammal species. From the minuscule Brant’s Climbing Mouse to the colossal African Elephant, the region is a sanctuary for creatures of all sizes.
Not only does Limpopo offer a remarkable variety of mammals, but it is also a haven for vibrant birdlife, featuring many of South Africa’s most colorful avian species. The province’s landscape transitions from wooded savannah in the low-lying areas to the Northern Drakensberg, creating a distinction between the Limpopo Bushveld and the Lowveld.
For an optimal visit, plan your hunting expedition between April and October when the weather is mild. Winter in Limpopo offers a perfect blend of warm days and cool evenings, creating an ideal setting for an extraordinary hunting adventure.