Discover the thrill of hunting wildlife at the moste exclusive Safari Resort in the Erongo Mountains in Namibia.
Here you can experience the tranquility and solitude of a fantastic, sheer endless landscape full of biodiversity and excitement tailored to your wishes. Our hunting area is located at the northern part of the 200 000 hectares Erongo Mountain Rhino Sanctuary Trust (EMRST) - one of Southern Africa's largest private nature reserves.
The impressive mountain landscape, formed of ancient volcanic boulders, offers great scenic variation and favours a thriving flora and fauna.
The wide variety of vegetation zones, from dry savannah around the transitory zone to rugged mountain landscapes, creates a valuable habitat for many species and a range of safaris such as guided plains game hunting and leopard hunting. In order to neither limit the game nor destroy our own sense of freedom and space, there are no gates and cattle fences within our hunting area. Even endangered species such as the black rhino and the black-faced impala have been given the opportunity to win back their original habitat.
Hunt & Hunting season
The hunt always follows ethical principles.
Despite the large and open hunting concession, we generally only hunt from mid-March to mid-June and again from early August to mid-October. Thus we can guarantee exceptional trophies and an unforgettable hunting experience.
The hunting season for game birds is in August.
We always conduct a preliminary assessment to ascertain the physical fitness and shooting skills of our guests.
We hunt at dawn for approx. 3 – 4 hours, and again in the late afternoon for roughly 3 hours. Between hunts, you are free to relax and enjoy yourself.
Generally, the terrain on which we hunt is hilly to mountainous – sometimes even “high alpine”. Naturally, we also offer high seat hunting. Guests are accompanied by a professional hunter.
The Erongo is home for all the originally endemic species and has no fences or closed gates, and ideal spot for ethical unfenced hunting.
Other non-endemic species can be booked with us and hunted in other areas.
Only mature and old animals are hunted to ensure the sustainability of a varied and healthy game population. Consequently, we do not hunt the prime males but rather the "oldest ". This is in line with the rating method of the 'Erongo Record Book´.
Trophies are selected based on the measurements listed in the 'Erongo Record Book for African Game Animals´.
Safe handling of the gun is a top priority! Stalking with loaded guns is not permitted. Loading only takes place when the trophy animal has been identified and a save shot is possible.
Wounded and lost game (despite intensive tracking measures) is deemed as killed. It is the hunting guide's or professional hunter's decision on when to interfere in case an animal has been wounded.
We have the following rifles available for hire: .375 H&H, 8x68 S, 300 Win Mag., 300 Weatherby Mag., 243 Win. Mag. and many more. Please consider carefully before bringing your own rifle.
If you decide to do so, you will need to complete a temporary import permit application form for all rifle(s) and/or ammunition to obtain a temporary licence.
General information on hunting in Namibia can be found at www.napha-namibia.com.
Service & Arrival
When you book a safari package with us, we will organise the transfers from and to the airport for you. If you prefer to travel by yourself, maybe because you plan a touristic trip after the safari, please use the directions displayed on the road map. Should you have interest in any touristic program during the hunting safari, we will be happy to offer you a rental car as well.
Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of any further questions.