The 10 Day Plains Game and Kruger Package offers clients the opportunity of combining an African Hunting Safari with a photographic safari to the world-renowned Kruger National Park. The package includes four of the most sought-after plains game trophies in South Africa and is a very affordable way of experiencing a quality African hunt. Our hunting packages contain no hidden costs. The only safari-related costs which are not included are the dipping, packing and shipping of trophies and taxidermy work.
10 DAY PLAINS GAME HUNTING & KRUGER
- An unforgettable hunting experience in Africa
- All accommodation and catering
- All land transportation for the duration of the safari
- Services of a Professional Hunter
- Services of camp staff
- Services of trackers and skinners
- Laundry service
- Field preparation of trophies
- Liquor in moderation
- All applicable taxes
- All applicable license and permit fees
- 2 Game Drives/Safari's in Kruger National Park
- Air transportation to and from South Africa
- Taxidermy work (see taxidermy )
- Shipping of trophies (see taxidermy)
- Dipping and packing of trophies
- Blue Wildebeest
The wildebeest can be one of the most difficult antelope to hunt. In the bushveld areas where they are hunted, blue wildebeest tend to be elusive and shy. Getting close to a herd can prove to be very difficult.
The dazzlingly striped zebra makes for a spectacular trophy. This popular plains game trophy can be pursued in both bushveld and the open plains of the Free State. It is the most common species of zebra in South Africa.
Impalas occur in large numbers throughout South Africa's myriad wilderness areas. They are the most common of the antelope species found in the country. Most hunters leave South Africa with at least one impala in the bag.
This popular plains game trophy species, though not territorial and quite the free-roamer, favors areas with nearby water sources. Keep in mind that 'Pumba' may not be as genial as you think - those tusks can be quite formidable!