South Africa - 2 Hunters & 2 Non-Hunters for 7-Day Hunt for 1 Sable and 1 Nyala (Shared by Hunters)

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South Africa - 2 Hunters & 2 Non-Hunters for 7-Day Hunt for 1 Sable and 1 Nyala (Shared by Hunters)
The seven hunting days will be in the Northwest Province of South Africa. Trophy animals donated are Sable and Nyala to be shared by the two hunters. The second hunter can upgrade and take a Sable at the discounted price of $4900 or a Cape Buffalo at $9900. Hunt can be taken during the 2021 or 2022 season. Method of take is rifle only, 30-06 caliber or bigger. Alternative weapon to bring is a shotgun for bird shooting. An export permit from the US is required to bring any weapons into South Africa. Arrival/Departure point will be Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport. Includes: Meals and accommodations during the 7 days within hunting area, 2x1 guide, transportation during hunts, and field preparation of trophies. Not Included: Airfare, costs for arrival/departure days and airport transfers (charged @US $210 per person per day excluding 14% tax), dipping and shipping of trophies. Hunters can upgrade for extra trophies, additional hunting or touring days at normal rates. Safari tours to Botswana, Kruger Park, Pilanesberg Park and other destinations can be arranged.

Jacques Senekal
Africa Maximum Safaris
PO Box 94, Swartruggens
2835, South Africa
Tel: 011 2782 802 3919
Office: +27 79 691 8428

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