The Eastern Cape - great variety
The Eastern Cape's rugged terrain boasts the country's most game rich area. This is an area settled by the early pioneers, when the Springbuck herds in the interior were mile's long.
Many of the colour variations (e.g. White, Black, Common Springbuck) of specific animals and exotics have adapted well in this region. A number of collector's specials, such as, Cape Kudu, Cape Bushbuck, Blue Duiker and Cape's Grysbuck make up the diversity of the Cape's fauna.
Home from home; enjoy the traditional ranch style accommodation, and the Eastern Cape hospitality and fine cuisine.
Port Alfred / Bedford / Takastad
This area offers the richest variety of game in South Africa. Some of the country's finest bird shooting is to be found here as well.
East London - Approximately 1 - 3 hours drive from the hunting areas.
Traditional farmhouses, game lodges and hunting camps.
The winter nights can be very cold (25 - 45 F / -4 - 7 C) with snow and frost. Hunting in the mountains during the day can be exceptionally cold (40 - 65 F / 5 - 18 C) and windy.
Sightseeing tours to the Garden Route and the Addo Elephant National Park. Horse riding and fishing.
Recommended hunting season:
March to December