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4-Day Plains Game Hunt for Two Hunters OR One Hunter and One Non-Hunter in Namibia - Includes Trophy

Currency:USD Category:Hunting / Namibia Start Price:1,100.00 USD Estimated At:0.00 - 5,500.00 USD
4-Day Plains Game Hunt for Two Hunters OR One Hunter and One Non-Hunter in Namibia - Includes Trophy
Generously donated by W.F. MANS SAFARIS / KUM KUM GAME RANCH: The Orange River area close to the Kalahari has become famous for its fantastic, large gemsbok, eland, red hartebeest and springbok trophies. Enjoy this 50,000 acre unspoiled natural jewel of mountains, valleys and wide open plains on the Orange River (border to South Africa) also known for its big fish and diamonds and where hundreds of game can be seen almost every day while hunting. Donated by Willem Mans, of W.F. Mans Safarus based at Kum Kum Game Ranch, is this rifle hunt for either two hunters (hunting 2x1) OR one hunter (hunting 1x1) and one non-hunter for four days (including one day for airport pick-up and drop-off) and includes a trophy fee credit of $2,000 (to be shared when two hunters). Included are professional hunter's service, accommodation in thatched chalets with ensuite bathrooms, meals with Orange River table wine, laundry service, trophy field preparation, ground transportation during the hunt and transfer between the RSA airport at Upington and the concession. Not included are round-trip air charter from Cape Town/Upington at approx. $2,000, gratuities, packing, dipping/shipping of trophies and travel/stay over cost before and after the hunt. Schedule hunt April through September, 2015 or 2016. Hunt can be upgraded to include leopard (at a min. 12 days; CITES fee required), Kalahari gemsbok, Kalahari springbok, klipspringer, Cape eland, Hartmann mountain zebra, kudu, red hartebeest, blesbok, steenbok, baboon, giraffe and other species as per current price list. Upgrade to additional days and/or hunters at $300/day; non-hunters at $120/day, plus 15% VAT. A deposit will be required at booking to secure your time slot. Arrival/departure point is Upington via Cape Town or Johannesburg. Side trips to a neighboring game park where rare species like cheetah (also tame ones) and black rhino can be seen, Fish River Canyon, Namib Desert, Kalahari Gemsbok Park (many say the best) or a visit to Cape Town where bird hunting can be organized is highly recommended. Dallas Safari Club thanks W.F. Mans Safaris / Kum Kum Game Ranch for this 100% donation. Willem Mans, 011 264 63683056, Fax 011 264 88626842, PO Box 483, Karasburg, 9000, Namibia, hunting@kumkum.com.na, www.kumkum.com.na. Booth #1722