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Hunt trophy Nyala in the Limpopo Province
The Sable is one of the most regal and majestic plains game animals to roam the bushveld. It’s long, sweeping horns and rich, dark coloring make him a magnificent trophy. The package also includes Zebra, Blue Wildebeest and Impala, making it an economical way to hunt some of Africa’s most quintessential species.
The Sable Package includes 7 nights accommodations and guided hunting for trophy Nyala, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest and Impala, all for just $6,999. And, your safari includes the full services of a qualified Professional Hunter, professional trackers and skinners, trophy preparation and much more.
You’ll find first-class accommodations, including three meals each day and comfortable, clean and safe chalets. Daily laundry service is also included.
INTERESTED IN HUNTING OTHER SPECIES?
While the Sable Package includes hunting for the animals listed above, additional trophy animals may be added to your package at the appropriate trophy fee rate. (Trophy fee schedule is available upon request)
TROPHY PLAINS GAME ANIMALS
Sable: Sable bulls are best known for their long, spectacular sweeping horns and the dark color of their coats. The white markings on their face and belly makes for a stark contrast. The Afrikaans name for the Sable – Swartwitpens – means black white belly, describing the color contrast of the coat.
Zebra: Contrary to popular belief, Zebra are more closely related to donkeys than they are to horses. Their prominent stripes provide excellent camouflage in the bushveld, and their keen awareness and wariness make for a fun, but challenging hunting experience.
Blue Wildebeest: The Blue Wildebeest is a member of the antelope species, which roam the open plains, bushveld, and dry woodlands of South Africa. The Blue Wildebeest derives its name from the silvery blue sheen on its hide.
Impala: The Impala is a medium-sized member of the antelope family. Rams can produce lyre-shaped horns up to 90cm in length. When Impala are frightened, the whole herd will start jumping and running in an attempt to confuse their predator.
Daily Rate Includes:
Transport to and from OR Tambo Airport in Johannesburg
Services of a Professional Hunter, fully-equipped hunting vehicles, qualified trackers and skinners
Accommodations, all meals, and laundry service
Field preparation of trophies and delivery to a local taxidermist or dip and ship company
15% Government Tax
Daily Rate Excludes:
All airline fees
Dip, pack and ship of trophies
All taxidermy fees
Gratuities, personal expenses, phone calls
Trophy fees of additional animals harvested, wounded, or lost.
Terms and Conditions
A $1,000 (USD) transferrable, non-refundable deposit is required to confirm Safari
The balance will be payable 60 Days prior to arrival
Trophy fees are applicable on all animals harvested or wounded and are payable prior to departure of hunting concession
Final payment may be made in cash or by wire transfer
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