African Hunting Gazette

An African Dawn has broken

Adroda Safaris provides clients with the opportunity to hunt across southern Africa in large, diverse habitats and free-range concessions offering true fair-chase hunting. Dangerous game, plains game and speciality species are hunted, often in exclusive areas, harvesting trophies of significant quality. Adroda Safaris also offers the exciting option of hunting over hounds. Our pack of big-game hounds is renowned for its leopard-hunting ability. www.adroda.com

A family-owned lodge in the heart of Namibia, in 18 000 acres of privately owned bushveld situated two hours’ drive, northeast of Windhoek. 25 species, including the majestic sable and roan antelopes where hunts are challenging. The terrain is rocky, with high, table-top mountains and vast valleys. Plus, an exclusive concession on Etosha’s south-western border of one million acres. No fences, this habitat offers everything from antelope through to elephant, leopard, lion and mountain zebra. Guests are guaranteed exclusivity when hunting www.african-safari-trails.com

The scenery is vast, diverse and postcard-perfect. The game is big, fast and wild. And the bond you’ll form with nature is life-changing. This is the spirit of Aru Game Lodges—a family-run safari company with an impressive commitment to sustainable, ethical hunting practices and attention to every detail. Guests are treated to luxury, elegance and privacy. Offering world-class wingshooting, photo safaris, horseback rides, quad biking, spa treatments and a relaxing sauna. Something for every taste, pace and passion. www.arugamelodges.com

A tailor-made experience with Swedish attention to detail. Raised in the Swedish countryside, hunting ethics are ingrained and part of the Axel Engman Safaris approach. Varieties of topography on my concessions countrywide, offering a full spectrum of species - plains game, small predators, the Tiny 10 to the Big 5. Tailor-made hunting, fishing, or photographic safaris await you. Whether your first or tenth safari – Axel Engman Safaris offers many years of professional hunting and outfitter experience. www.aesafaris.se

We offer only 20 exclusive safaris per year. Your exclusivity ensures we hunt sustainably, protecting and improving the trophy quality. 25 plains-game species available with no “put and take allowed.” 25,498 acres privately owned, plus a concession of 93 square miles. All species listed on our website are available at Bergzicht Game Lodge. To experience the adventure of hunting plains game and (occasionally!) a true African thrill of seeing an angry black rhino bull, then Bergzicht Game Lodge is for you! www.bergzicht-hunting.com

Bobby Hansen was born and raised in Zimbabwe, with 30 years’ experience, operating in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia. A reputation for quality hunts, a tremendous experience, value for money and exceptional quality animals. He personally guides the safaris. Camps and equipment are all in immaculate condition. Professional hunter & tracker George Myemi has been with the company for 21 years. “Book with me, Hunt with me!” www.bobbyhansensafaris.com

Boss Safaris and Outfitters was founded by professional hunter and outfitter, Wayne Muller. It has always been our main goal to be the most reputable outfit in South Africa. At the end of 2018, Jacus Visagie, professional hunter, outfitter and dear friend, became a partner in the business. Boss Safaris makes choosing an outfitter in Africa a simple, worry-free experience. We handle everything from your initial booking, to the day your trophies arrive back home. www.bosssafaris.com

A family-owned operation, founded in 1970 by Frank and Jenny Bowker. Hunting has been in the family since settling in the

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