Hunting in Namibia
Endless Skies over Distant Horizons
Depending on game species required, your hunt will take place on our licensed private hunting property, Gamsberg and Mount Barry Wilderness, comprising close to 20,000 hectares of open unfenced country, and on other suitable areas within the Gamsberg Conservancy (130,000 hectares of open land).
Common species available in Namibia include Oryx, Kudu, Hartman’s Mountain Zebra, Springbok, Red Hartebeest, Warthog, Duiker, Blesbok, Klipspringer, Burchells Zebra, Black and Blue Wildebeest and Steinbok.
The “Stalking" of game animals is only undertaken with fair chase principals – following an acclaimed tradition practiced by us for over fifty years throughout the game fields of Africa. “Game Stalking" pays for the conservation of numerous wildlife species at Gamsberg and Mount Barry. The chance of the chase is what “Game Stalking" is all about as well as an obligation of respect for the wildlife of this country. The Game Laws of Namibia are strictly adhered to.
Situated on the South Western seaboard of the African continent, Namibia is bordered by Angola in the north, Botswana in the east and South Africa in the south. In the far North East the Caprivi extends as far as Zimbabwe and Zambia. The capital is the picturesque city of Windhoek.
Part of the allure of Namibia is that it is four countries in one – four different landscapes, each with its own characteristics and attractions. The most definitive is the Namib - a long coastal desert that runs the length of the country and is also better know as the “skeleton coast” due to its long history of ship wrecks. The second is the central plateau, which is divided between rugged mountain ranges and sand-filled valleys. The third the vast Kalahari Desert with its ancient red sand and sparse vegetation. And finally, Kavango and Caprivi, which are blessed with generous amounts of rain and are typified by tropical forests, perennial rivers and woodland savannahs.
Gamsberg, Mt Barry &
Situated in the heart of Namibia, 126 kilometers South West of Windhoek, you will find Gamsberg and the Mount Barry Wilderness.
Conservation is the foundation of the Namibia experience. Namibia was the first African country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution
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