Hunting takes place in the north of Namibia, on farm Askevold, Nganrangombe Conservancy, Farm Gauss and in the Central area around Windhoek. All hunting on our farms is conducted in line with professional hunting ethics and is subject to sufficient availability of the desired game.

Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros)

Greater Kudu
Greater kudu are one of the tallest antelopes, with shoulder heights ranging from 100 cm to 150 cm. Greater kudus have the largest horns in the bushbuck tribe, averaging 120 cm in length. The body color of the greater kudu varies from reddish brown to blue-gray, with the darkest individuals found in the southern populations.

Gemsbok (Oryx) (Oryx gazella)

Gemsbok (Oryx)
Gemsbok are large bovids with very thick, muscular necks, covered in dense, inelastic skin. Oryx gazella is the largest of the Oryx species. Gemsbok measure 115 to 125 cm high at the shoulder, and have total body lengths between 180 and 195 cm.

Springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis)

The springbok is a strikingly marked, gazellelike antelope. It has a white face with dark stripes from the mouth to the eyes, a reddish-brown coat that turns to a darker shade and then to white on the lower third of its body, and a white backside. It stands approximately 80cm high at the shoulders and both sexes also have black, curved, lyre-shaped horns.

Eland (Taurotragus oryx)

Eland males are much larger than females, weighing 400-1000 kg compared to 300-600 kg for females. Hides are a uniform fawn color with some vertical white striping on the upper parts. A dewlap, thought to be an adaptation for heat dissapation, hangs from the throat and neck.

Warthog (Phacochoerus africanus)

Common warthogs weigh 50 to 150 kg with females being 15 to 20 percent lighter than males. Head and body length is 900 to 1500 mm. Shoulder height ranges from 635 to 850 mm. Common warthogs have large upper tusks that are 255 to 635 mm long in males and 152 to 255 mm long in females.

Burchell's zebra (Equus burchellii)

Burchell's zebra
Male and female zebras are very similar in appearance. Shoulder height is about 1.4 meters. Males usually have thicker necks than females. Burchell's zebras can be distinguished from mountain zebras by the possession of "shadow stripes" on the back and hindquarters, and the absence of a dewlap.

Mountain Zebra (Hartmann) (Equus zebra hartmannae)

Mountain Zebra (Hartmann)
Adult mountain zebras have a head and body length of 210 to 260 cm, and a tail length of 40 to 55 cm. Shoulder height ranges from 116 to 150 cm. Adult Hartmann's mountain zebrasare slightly larger, with mares averaging 276 kg. Stallions 7 years and older have a mean weight of 343 kg.

Blue Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus)

Blue Wildebeest
Blue wildebeest are large African bovids with robust muzzles and cow-like horns. The horns are long without ridges and the males' horns are thicker with the appearance of a boss. Wildebeests have short hair covering their bodies, and their color ranges from slate gray to dark brown, with males darker than females.

Black Wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou)

Black Wildebeest
Black wildebeest are dark brown to black in color, males being darker in color than females. Both sexes become lighter in coat color in the summer, and develop shaggier coats in the winter. This bristly mane is cream to white in color and black at the tips.

Blesbok (Damaliscus pygargus)

Blesbok have an adult color pattern where the relatively dark dorsal pelage contrasts sharply with high, white stockings and buttocks. Blesbok dorsal pelage is a dull, reddish-brown and also have dark fur on their rumps. Both sexes develop large and curving, gazelle-like horns Their short tail is tufted with black fur.

Impala (Aepyceros melampus)

Impala are sexually dimorphic. In this species only the males have S shaped horns that are 45 to 91.7 cm long. These horns are heavily ridged, thin, and the tips lie far apart. Both sexes are similarly colored with red-brown hair which pales on the sides.

Hartebeest (Aepyceros melampus)

The hartebeest is a large ungulate ranging from 1.5 m to 2.45 m in length. Its tail is 300 to 700 mm and shoulder height is 1.1 to 1.5 m. It is characterized by a steeply sloping back, long legs, large glands below the eyes, a tufted tail, and a long, narrow rostrum.

Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis)

Giraffa camelopardalis is the world’s tallest mammal. Male giraffes (bulls) stand a total of 5.7 m from the ground to their horns: 3.3 m at the shoulders with a long neck of 2.4 m. Female giraffes (cows) are 0.7 to 1 m shorter than bulls. Bulls weigh up to 1,930 kg, while cows can weigh up to 1,180 kg.

Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus)

Waterbuck have long bodies and necks and short legs. The hair is coarse, and they have a mane on their necks. Head and body length ranges from 177 - 235 cm and shoulder height from 120 - 136 cm. Only male waterbuck have horns, which are curved forward and vary in length from 55 - 99 cm.

Steenbok (Raphicerus campestris)

The steenbuck is a small antelope. The length of its head and body ranges from 70 - 95 cm. The shoulder height varies from 45 - 60 cm. The tail is very short, with total length ranging from 4 - 6 cm. The horns are only found on males; they range in height from 9- 19 cm and are vertical in orientation.

Bush Duiker (Sylvicapra grimmia)

Bush Duiker
The average weights, coloration, and ear size of the gray or common duiker vary with geographic location. Females generally weigh 2-4 kg more than males in a given region. On average, they are 60 cm in height at the shoulder and are 100 cm in length. Males have horns, which are spikes 7-18 cm and are heavily grooved at the base.

Damara Dik-dik (Madoqua kirkii)

Bush Duiker
The dimensions of an adult dik-dik are as follows: body length is 520-670 mm, tail length is 35-55 mm, and height measured at the shoulder is 305-405 mm. Its coloration is yellowish gray to reddish brown on its back and grayish to white on its belly. Horns are only found on males; they are ringed and stout at the base. They can be concealed at times by a tuft of hair on the animal's forehead.
Mass: 3 to 6 kg; avg. 4.50 kg (6.6 to 13.2 lbs; avg. 9.9 lbs)

Baboon (Papio hamadryas)

Bush Duiker
Adult males weigh around 21.5 kg and females around 9.4 kg. Male pelage is basically grayish-brown in color, with the ventrum colored like the back or darker. Hairs on the cheeks are lighter, forming "whiskers" which grade into a very pronounced, bushy, silver-colored mane. The long back hairs are wavey. Females are a olive-brown color.
Mass: 9.20 to 21.50 kg (20.24 to 47.3 lbs)

Black-backed Jackal (Canis mesomelas)

Bush Duiker
The main characteristic of the black-backed jackal, which gives it its name, is the black hair running from the back of the neck to the tail. The chest is white, and the under parts are white to rusty-white, whereas the rest of the body ranges from reddish brown to ginger in appearance. Adults stand about 38cm at the shoulder and are nearly a meter long in length.
Mass: 5 to 10 kg (11 to 22 lbs)