Namibia Hunting Safari
Namibia is the perfect destination for first time hunters, and seasoned hunters alike.
You will discover that Namibia is not only beautiful with a pleasant climate, it is the easiest, stable, safe and clean hunter friendly country in Africa. The airport offers simple in and out for your rifles and the excellent roads makes it an easy country to travel, making a Namibia hunting safari a good choice.
Why you should consider a Namibia hunting safari:
- Safe, stable country.
- A Namibia hunting safari can be less expensive than a Safari in South Africa. Due mostly to simpler lodging.
- Safaris are custom made to fit your personal goals for your Africa Safari!
- More low fence, free range hunting than is found in South Africa.
Namibia Plains Game Safari
Namibia Plains Game Safari
Depending on where you hunt, you will stay in a lodge or farmhouse with the owners of the farm, but one thing ‘s for sure. The hunting WILL be exceptional.
The owners are great honest people who specialize in spot-and-stalk bow hunting. They own 14,000 acres in the back yard with 100,000 acres in concessions and speak five different languages.
Free Range Hunting. All game is born on the farm.
Most of the plains game taken on this hunting concession are gold medal trophies. It is a paradise for Kudu, Oryx (Gemsbuck), Hartebeest, Springbok, Warthog, Common Duiker, Steenbuck, Damara Dik-dik, Mountain & Burchell’s zebra, Leopard, Cheetah, Black & Blue Wildebeest, Waterbuck, Sable antelope, Roan antelope, Eland, Giraffe, Baboon, Jackal, Waterfowl and Gamebirds. Hunting of other species can be arranged on request.
They do not believe in “put and take” hunting nor in “canned” hunting and are proud to uphold the tradition of ethical fair-chase hunting.
- 4th generation, family owned and operated.
- Clean and cozy lodging with a family friendly atmosphere and a swimming pool.
- Over 100,000 acres available to hunt.
- Specializing in Spot-and-Stalk archery hunts.
- Very exclusive.
- Hunting Season in Namibia is February through November.
- The landscape is breathtaking open Savannah, dry rivers, huge Maroela trees, and a Palm-like landscape.
- The Professional Hunter is experienced with both rifle and bowhunting.
Namibia Leopard Hunt
Leopard Hunting in Namibia
For many hunters, a large male leopard is the trophy of a lifetime. Leopards are incredibly intelligent cats, and can be very difficult to hunt if you don’t pay attention to small details along the way. Along with being largely nocturnal, leopards also possess extremely good hearing and an excellent sense of smell. As a result, hunters must be willing to sit completely still and in complete silence for hours on end while in the blind, as the slightest movement may scare away a leopard approaching the bait.
- Mature males only.
- The United States, as well as some other countries, require a CITES permit for the importation of a leopard hunting trophy, which ideally should be applied for before the leopard hunt takes place.
- Predator trophy hunting may not take place during the period between 30 minutes after sunset in any day and 30 minutes before sunrise the following day and artificial light is prohibited.
- Namibia does not allow bowhunting leopard as dangerous game species cannot be hunted in Namibia by bow.
The PH definitely exceeded any expectations we had for our 1st safari, they were with us every step of the way from picking us up at the airport until it was time to drop us off. Me and the boys could not believe how many animals there were and really enjoyed the diversity of game. Heidi had a great time with her guide Ansa, she was very helpful and they did many exciting things throughout the week. they really worked hard to make sure we were having a good time.
It’s not just the doing of a thing, but how one does a thing that at the dusk of memory takes one back to the sharp moment of action and then a whiskey and a fire shared with a trusted PH … that is the true and the beautiful essence of “Safari,” at least for me.
I trust Outdoors International’s opinion and will definitely book another hunt with Outdoors International. This was an amazing safari!
We saw tons of animals, but the kudu was by far the hardest animal to hunt. I killed a brute at 54 1/2 inches, and only ran about 70 meters before crashing. The bonfire at night was relaxing, and the weather there for mid June was perfect! Not too cold and not too warm. The food was exceptional, and what we truly enjoyed is the fact that we could just be ourselves. This was an amazing safari, and I can’t wait to get the shoulder mounts and skulls back!
I can not say enough about the safari I booked, and am planing another trip with Outdoors Internationalas we speak to take more Traditional Hunters to Africa.
I’d encourage you if you’re on the fence to take that leap of faith and go, you’ll fall in love with Africa. Say yes to adventure. It will be over sooner than you know. Store your memories deep. Video and photos can hardly do justice for the experience as you live it. Until we meet again Africa, you’ll be close to my heart.
I must say that I am very satisfied with the hunt. It was a tough hunt. We got the leopard the next last night.
I was one of the super lucky guys to win this hunting safari and it was the most amazing thing I’ve ever done. I took a 54” kudu bull, 26” wildebeest (wild hunt!), an old warrior warthog, a beautiful zebra mare (she was so big we thought she was a stallion) and 3 impalas with 2 being over 23 inches! I am so grateful for this opportunity they provided. Thank you to Outdoors International, and all the PHs and staff. I made some new friends and will be back to see them 100%.
Hey Cory. Things are great here in Africa! Everyone is having a wonderful time and the girls have been kept busy. My daughter is even learning to drive a standard safari wagon. Believe me, it’s been great! Hunting is out of this world. Staff is treating us like kings. Couldn’t ask for more. I would recommend Outdoors International. Thank you.