Home to, amongst others, the sought after Nyala and Bushbuck as well as Common Reedbuck, the Big 4 and the smaller species like Red Duiker and Suni, our areas in the province of KwaZulu Natal (off the east coast of South Africa) are diverse and offer challenging and exciting hunting. Depending on your trophy priorities, some safaris will visit hunting areas in the Xeric sand forests at sea level while others teams will travel to the higher altitudes of our Drakensburg region where peaks can exceed 6000 feet.
Long range shooting is the order of the day especially for the Vaal Rhebok, however the smaller critters will test your reﬂexes, speed and accuracy at short distances! Hunting can be challenging in the forest areas however it is very rewarding.
Accommodation ranges from the typical luxury tented camp to thatched rondavel bush lodges, quaint log cabins and charming country Inns or private cottages – all far from the madding crowd and offering all one’s home away from home comforts.
The region enjoys a temperate climate with sunshine and warm temperatures throughout the year. The summer months are from December to March, Autumn follows in April and May, our winter lasts from approximately June to August and the lovely spring months, ideal for spotting the returning migrant bird species, are from September to November. Average daily temperatures: Low: 11ºC - 14ºC High: 20ºC - 40ºC
Downed Mountain Reedbuck taken at 260 yards