This article written by Dr. Chris Brown of the Namibian Chamber of Environment is the best case yet for hunting as conservation. It explains how fair, ethical and conservative hunting has transformed local communities and seen growth in natural wildlife. Most surprising? He doesn’t hunt and he’s a vegetarian!
Cape Buffalo are legendary game animals in Africa, and truly represent the types of adventures available on safari. Cape Buffalo Hunting is one of our most challenging and adventurous game to pursue! (more…)
Namibia is one of the leading countries in Africa in terms of conservation hunting. The amount of animals as well as their diversity has doubled since the nineteen-sixties (1960’s). 70 to 80 percent of all wild animals in Namibia are found on private land – this is largely credited to our trophy hunting industry. (more…)
Namibia trophy hunting feeds the hungry mouths of family and children in our country.
In light of changes in policy in the United States, we’ve seen a spike in negative messages to us and many other outfitters on social media. Here is the reality:
Namibia has an unemployment rate of 29.9 percent, poverty incidence of 26.9 percent and HIV prevalence of 16.9 percent, and a large portion of the Namibian population remains vulnerable. With 1/3 of the population unable to find work, tourism and hunting through tourism are an essential influx of money. But it goes beyond money alone…
Hunting for us …is MORE than just sport. In this open letter to non-hunters and activists, we share the reality of what trophy hunting does for the hungry and unemployed here in Namibia.
WARNING: These pictures may be graphic for some.
From the very beginning we have endeavored to balance an authentic, challenging and rewarding experience for clients, but also to carefully conserve our natural wildlife. We believe a hunt should be fair & ethical.
Introducing Amoré Pienaar, your Client Experience Coordinator!
The beauty of this country lingers and leaves a strong impression on all who visit..including our newest member of the family Amoré Pienaar. This constant proved itself yet again, when Amoré…a successful lawyer and a hard-core city girl began visiting her family farm on the weekends. (more…)