Namibian Plains Game Hunt Benefiting Rhino Orphanage – $10,000 / Exhibitor

7 day, 1 x 1 guided Namibian Plains Game Hunt for 1 hunter and 1 non-hunter. Schedule trip between February – November 2021. Hunt may not take place in an alternative year. Pickup and return to Windhoek included. The hunt takes place in Namibia on an 85,000 acre privately owned area as well as 300,000 acres adjoining concessions. Across this enormous hunting area roams over 8,000 wild game animals comprising more than 35 different species including more iconic African animals such as cheetahs, elephants, white and black rhino, hippo, and lion – a complete African wildlife experience. Trophy fees are included for Springbok, Impala, Warthog, Burchell Zebra and a non-trophy Giraffe. Additional animals are available per price list. Non-hunters ($200/day). Meals, non-alcoholic beverages and laundry are included. Hunter can use own weapon or rent one. 100 rounds per caliber is allowed to be imported into Namibia. No handguns.

The hunting area is made up of a variety of terrain ranging from Savannahs to plains, thick bush, ravines, kopjes, and mountainous areas. The area features a number of blinds situated over water holes. Depending on your preferences, desired species, and physical ability, our dedicated PHs will tailor the style of hunting to make your experience a “once in a lifetime” safari. Our Professional Hunters practice a conservation approach towards hunting. They enjoy sharing their life in the bush and will make your hunt a personal experience.

SCI life member, Jeff Belongia has hunted here 4x and highly recommends this five star Namibia hunting farm.

50% of this donation is for the Wisconsin Chapter, 50% for the Mount Etjo Rhino Trust. Funds received by the Mount Etjo Rhino Trust will mainly be used for milk purchases and veterinary costs for orphaned rhino calves.

Donor: Jan Oelofse Hunting Safaris