Botswana

Hunt Species:

  • Black Wildebeest
  • Blue Wildebeest
  • Caracal
  • Duiker
  • Eland
  • Gemsbok / Oryx
  • Genet
  • Giraffe
  • Hartebeest
  • Impala
  • Jackal
  • Kudu
  • Ostrich
  • Porcupine
  • Sable
  • Steinbok
  • Springbuck
  • Warthog
  • Waterbuck
  • Wildcat
  • Zebra

Botswana has long been a destination for big game hunters. Though hunting of dangerous game was put on a moratorium in 2012 (put this in bold and in red font), it still holds some outstanding hunting opportunities for Plains Game. Our Botswana outfitter offers rifle and bow hunting, photographic game drives, San cultural experiences, horse-back riding and other activities for hunters and non-hunting guests all over the country. The hunting area is open from the beginning of March to the end of October each year. They operate in a privately-owned game conservancy of nearly 150,000 acres in the far northwest corner of the Kalahari in Botswana. All safaris are specifically tailored to suit each guests needs. Hunters need to arrive Maun, Botswana where they will be picked up and driven two hours to camp. Hunts are done on a 1 hunter per 1 guide basis unless otherwise specified.

Daily Rates for Plains Game Safaris (archery OR rifle hunts):

1×1 – $475 per day
2×1 – $375 per day, per hunter
Observer – $225 per day
Cameraman – $125 per day

Trophy Fees:

Black Wildebeest – $1,500
Blue Wildebeest – $500
Caracal – $1,300
Duiker – $350
Eland – $1,500
Gemsbok / Oryx – $1,000
Genet – $300
Giraffe (if available) – $4,750
Hartebeest – $900
Impala – $400
Jackal – $150

 

Kudu – $1,400
Ostrich – $500
Porcupine – $250
Sable (if available) – $8,000
Steinbok – $300
Springbuck – $450
Springhare – $250
Warthog – $450
Waterbuck – $1,600
Wildcat – $350
Zebra – $1,050


Reach out to us for further details and/or available dates, and to find out more about the inclusions/exclusions of the daily rates above.

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