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Argentina is home to the some of the best wing shooting available in the world. It is also known for its unique big game hunting opportunities and some amazing trout fishing at Quillen Lodge, Patagonia. Our outfitter has been guiding since 1995 and has narrowed down his operations to only the best areas in the country for your intended game animal. On an average day while wing shooting for the plauge proportion doves you can discharge anywhere between a thousand and two and a half thousand rounds. The lodgings are very comfortable and will accommodate groups and couples extremely well. There are many activities for non hunting companions


Species available:

Red Deer, Wild Boar, Mouflon, Buffalo, Black Buck, Wild Goat and Four Horned Ram. Wing Varieties include; Doves, Pigeons and Partridge. 




Australia has a variety of habitat and a large array of game on offer for the bow hunter and rifleman/woman. Some destinations are fairly remote which adds to the excitement of the adventure. Destinations inlcude: Cape York which is described as the final frontier and provides great feral pig, scrub bull and barramundi habitat, grazing land in North Queensland for chital and rusa deer, the aboriginal concessions of the Northen Territory for water buffalo, undulated farming land of Northern New South Wales for a variety of animals including feral goats and mountain boars plus big fallow deer in good numbers and some red deer and the National Parks of the high country in Victoria for back pack hunts chasing the elusive free range sambar deer. 


Species available:

Asiatic Water Buffalo, Banteng, Wild Boar, Wild Goat, Red Stag, Fallow Deer, Chital Deer, Sambar Deer, Rusa Deer and Scrub Bull. Fish Species Include: Barramundi and Saratoga.




Hunting in the majority of Botswana has been restricted in recent times however we have access to a privately owned property that currently has some plains game hunting available. The 6,800Ha property is situated in the Tuli block of Eastern Botswana, not too far from the Stockpoort boarder crossing.  The southern boarder is 12.5km of Limpopo River frontage so there are some very nice bushbuck here. The accommodation consists of dome tents with two beds in each. Warm water showers and toilets are available. This property would be perfect for an overnight trip from Renosterpan to experience hunting in another African country. The trophies taken will be transferred to Oberholzer Taxidermy in Ellisras.


Species available:

Impala, Tsessebe, Eland, Bushbuck, Common Duiker, Steenbok, Warthog, Kudu, Red Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Gemsbok, Blue Wildebeest, Zebra & Baboon




Situated on the South Western side of the continent, Namibia offers a diverse range of hunting opportunities. From plains game in the semi-arid mountains near Windhoek to wonderful dangerous game hunting in the tropical surrounds of the Caprivi Strip to the north. We have access to plains game hunts on a large privately owned cattle station. Being 37,000 acres you will enjoy exploring every inch of it in search of your intended game whether on horseback or in the vehicle. John also has access to adjoining properties so the range of hunting opportunities is endless. The lodge, which can accommodate up to 8 people, is situated only 1 ½ hours west of the Windhoek airport, set in the scenic mountains of the Khomas Hochland. The Caprivi area of Namibia is a narrow strip of land about 400 kilometres long that heads east across the top of Botswana from the North Eastern corner of Namibia. Typically a great dangerous game destination, all game including plains game and local rarities are able to roam freely through the Caprivi from neighbouring countries such as Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Caprivi Strip is dominated by the Okavango, Chobe and Zambezi rivers, and has a true rainy season (December to March). The abundance of water sustains a large variety of bird and animal species, especially elephants.  Bordering the Mamili National Park, the terrain varies from mopane forests to open swamp areas. A large part of the concession is covered by water with many islands.


Species available:

Baboon, Black Backed Jackal, Burchell’s & Hartmann’s Zebra, Cape Buffalo, Common Blesbok, Common Duiker, Crocodile, Caracal, Cheetah, Dik Dik,  Eland, Elephant,  Gemsbok, Giraffe, Hippo, Hyena, Impala,  Klipspringer, Kudu, Lechwe, Leopard, Lion, Ostrich, Puku, Red Hartebeest, Roan, Sable, Sitatunga, Springbok, Steenbok,Tsessebe, Warthog, Waterbuck, Blue & Black Wildebeest.


South Africa


There are numerous biomes scattered throughout Africa and different species can be secured in all. Our main property in the Limpopo Province offers great trophy quality and hunting conditions however if you are in need of a different experience we have other areas within South Africa to hunt. Kwa-Zula Natal Midlands has free range hunting available for a wide variety of African plains game and hound hunting for the elusive bushpig where success rates are very good. We also have access to numerous properties in the Eastern Cape where spotting animals from a distance and closing the gap can be very rewarding.


Species available:

A wide variety of African species available upon request.




Nestled below Kenya & above Zambia & Mozambique is Tanzania. This is a typical east African safari that was written about in so much of the early African hunting literature. It is home to fantastic dangerous game hunting & some very regional & exotic plains game. There are multiple options available on Tanzanian hunts however to visit all of them will take multiple safaris. The most famous areas would have to be Maasailand and the Selous Game Reserve. Our outfitter has the rights to hunt the IH1 block on the western side of the Selous. It’s around about 425Sq.Km in size with the Kilombero River running through it. This destination is a must for the seasoned safari hunter looking for some exotic additions to their trophy room or for someone who is looking to walk in the footprints of the world famous pioneer safari hunters of the early 1900’s. The hunting season runs from the 1st of July until the 31st of December.


Species available:

Baboon, Black Backed Jackal, Bushbuck, Bushpig, Cape Buffalo, Civet, Cokes and Lichtenstein's Hartebeest, Crocodile, Common Duiker, Defassa Waterbuck, East African Eland, Elephant, Fringe-eared Oryx, Gerenuk, Grants and Thompson Gazelle, Greater Kudu, Hippo, Honey Badger, Impala, Lesser Kudu, Leopard, Lion, Livingston Eland, Reedbuck, Roan, Sable, Serval Cat, Spotted Hyena, Steenbok, Suni, Topi, Warthog, White Bearded and Nyasa Wildebeest, Zebra.




Zambia has had an age old reputation for producing the world’s finest sable trophies and most hunters heading to this destination have him at the top of the list. There are also some localized rarities that are well worth adding to the wish list as they often only occur in Zambia. We have access to a private game reserve where we hunt is near the town of Mpongwe and in a straight line is approximately 210km North Northwest of Lusaka. To drive there from Lusaka takes around 5 hours due to the fact the roads go around a large swamp area. The reserve is over 8,000 acres and is fenced on 2 sides. The other boundary is 16kms of the Kafue River. There is a strict quota system which allows only 5 sable tags per year so to avoid disappointment its best to book your tags early so that you don’t miss out on a sort after trophy.  The camp comprises of the main house which has the kitchen, dining room, bar and lounge, with a covered veranda for outside eating etc. and one chalet for hunter accommodation with an ensuite. The minimum amount of hunting days for a sable hunt here is 5, however if you add on other species 7 to 10 days is recommended. There is also hunting available for members of the 'BIG 5' in the nearby Luangwa Valley.


Species available:

Kafue & Black Lechwe, Cape Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Roan, Puku, Defassa & Common Waterbuck, Kudu, Hippo, Crocodile, Oribi, Lichtenstein's Hartebeest, Impala, Sable, Hyena, Baboon, Common Reedbuck, Tsessbe, Bushpig, Eland, Reedbuck, Sitatunga, Bushbuck, Common Duiker, Warthog, Grysbok, Blue Duiker & Zebra.




World renowned as the bread basket of Africa, Zimbabwe is a great modern day safari destination. Being land-locked by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the west, Zambia to the north, and Mozambique to the east, Zimbabwe ignites the imagination. There is great dangerous game hunting on offer in safari areas like Chewore, Zambezi Valley, Gonarezou, Dande, Charara and Hwange. There is opportunity to hunt for plains game species however most of these will be taken by opportunity while perusing the dangerous beasts but it is always good to have them on quota just in case. Hunting areas can be categorized into three main areas, all of which have their own unique rules and hunting styles. Areas such as National Parks ran by the government, tribal land where local tribesmen own the rights to that land and privately owned lands are all examples of where hunting is conducted. Tracking in the jess and crunching on the dry mopane leaves will get the adrenalin pulsating & leave you wanting more. While it is well documented that Zimbabwe has suffered some difficult times recently, the country has been on the mend and you can still hunt Zimbabwe with the confidence that the sport hunting and safari industry has remained strong even during the hard times.


Species available:

Baboon, Black Back Jackal, Bushbuck, Bushpig, Cape Buffalo, Crocodile, Civet Cat, Duiker, Eland, Elephant, Greater Kudu, Grysbok, Genet, Giraffe,  Hippo, Honey Badger, Impala, Klipspringer, Leopard, Lion, Reedbuck, Spotted Hyena, Sable, Warthog, Waterbuck, Zebra, Warthog, Wildebeest.

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