Hunting Packages For South Africa

A great choice of hunting packages for South Africa can be found below, Ultimate Hunting Safaris boasts amazing hunt packages for enthusiastic hunters from all parts of the world.

South Africa

Hunting Package 1

Hunting Package 1:

 

All inclusive $5650-00

Additional hunters can join at $275-00 per night + 14% VAT
Observers can join for $190-00 per night + 14 % VAT
Add on extra days in Kruger National Park @ $450/night

 


Hunting Package 2:

Hunting Specials2016/2017 Plains Game Special:

 

All inclusive $4250-00

Additional hunters can join at $275-00 per night + 14% VAT
Observers can join for $190-00 per night + 14 % VAT
Add on extra days in Kruger National Park @ $450/night

For more information about our 2016/2017 Plains Game SpecialContact Us!

 


Hunting Package 3:

 

All Inclusive $4900-00

Additional hunters can join at $275-00 per night + 14% VAT
Observers can join for $190-00 per night + 14 % VAT
Add on extra days in Kruger National Park @ $450/night

 


Hunting Package 4:

 

All Inclusive $6237-00

Additional hunters can join at $275-00 per night + 14% VAT
Observers can join for $190-00 per night + 14 % VAT
Add on extra days in Kruger National Park @ $450/night

 


Hunting Package 5:

package56 Days/7 Nights hunting with hounds

 

All Inclusive $4200-00

Additional hunters can join at $250-00 per night + 14% VAT
Observers can join for $190-00 per night + 14 % VAT
Add on extra days in Kruger National Park @ $450/night

 


Trips & Tours

Side trips and Add on tours


An experience that cannot be shared is often rendered hollow. Nobody wants to hit a whole in one, if there is nobody there to witness it.

We at Ultimate Hunting Safaris invite you to bring along your partner, spouse or children for the ultimate African experience that extends to a range of activities that will keep them captivated and enthralled with Africa.

While the hunters hunt, the spouses and children can be entertained in the day by a qualified and well experienced tourguide. All of the activities listed bellow are within a 1 ½ hour drive of the hunting camps.

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  • Elephant Back Safaris
  • Predator Sanctuaries
  • Cultural Villages
  • National Parks
  • Curios Markets
  • Day Spas
  • Diamond Mines

 

So you can be riding an elephant, meandering through the craft markets, or just relaxing at a day spa. Only to meet up around the campfire at night to share the days events with a cold drink under the African stars.

Add on Tours are a great way to either start or end a safari in one of the many captivating places of interest that Southern Africa has to offer. Please contact us for a full description and pricing on the Side Trips and Tours

Victoria Falls

Africa’s undisputed “Adventure Capital”, a World Heritage Site, a Natural Wonder of the World, the largest curtain of falling water on the planet. Rich superlatives don’t actually do full justice to this relatively small spot on the Zambezi River.

VictoriaFalls-EncartaIf you’re looking for a quiet and romantic getaway, a few action and sun-filled days or simply want to add the finishing touches to your African Safari then you can’t go wrong in Victoria Falls.

Vic Falls is easily accessible from all of the major destinations in Africa and in itself is the main hub into Southern Africa’s prime safari spots in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa.

Kruger National Park

Kruger is another one of those must do’s while you in Africa.
Where nearly 4 ½ million acres of unrivalled diversity of life forms fuses with historical and archaeological sights – this is real Africa.

open-vehicle-game-drives-001The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. Established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld. Kruger National Park is unrivalled in the diversity of its life forms and a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies.

Truly the flagship of the South African national parks, Kruger is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals. Man’s interaction with the Lowveld environment over many centuries – from bushman rock paintings to majestic archaeological sites like Masorini and Thulamela – is very evident in the Kruger National Park.

These treasures represent the cultures, persons and events that played a role in the history of the Kruger National Park and are conserved along with the park’s natural assets

A minimum of two nights and three days is recommended to be able to at least see a decent portion of the park

Mozambique

Vilanculos with its friendly people and a lively atmosphere, offers the perfect base from which to explore the picturesque Bazaruto Archipelago and the Bazaruto National Park.

boatsThe marine reserve includes five islands – Santa Carolina (also known as Paradise Island), Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque and Bangue.

The Archipelago offers some of the world’s best snorkeling, diving and big game fishing. The islands are pristine in their natural beauty and diverse ecologies.

The coral reefs are profuse with a diversity of tropical fish and turtles, and are amongst the most pristine in the Western Indian Ocean. Dolphins are seen year round and whales are seasonal visitors to the Archepelago.
The park is also home to the last viable population of dugong on the east African coast.

There is an abundance of bird species, including the crab plover and olive bee-eater that tunnels its nest into the sand dunes. Large flocks of migrant waders visit the fertile mud flats from September to April, and the nomadic Greater Flamingo arrive around mid-October.

The town of Vilanculos has grown extensively over the last decade, and has been the recipient of considerable inward investment into its tourism infrastructure.

Vilanculos has an international airport with daily flights from Maputo and South Africa.

Namibia

namibia-desertThe country’s name derived from the Namib Desert, which stretches from the Oranje River north along the Atlantic Ocean right into Angola. Although it is the oldest desert in the world it is far from being lifeless and barren. The long coastal desert features an unusual variety of desert-adapted fauna and flora, which includes a large number of endemic plants, reptiles, insects, and bird species.

Main tourist attractions like the Sossusvlei, Sandwich Harbour and Skeleton Coast Park are within the Namib Desert.
Namibia can be divided into four distinct topographical regions – the Namib Desert, the Central Plateau, the Kalahari Desert and the tropical forest and woodland savannah of the Kavango and the Caprivi.

Another way to explore the dune field near Swakopmund is by quad-bike; a 4-wheel all terrain motorbike. This is one of the best ways to access parts of the Swakopmund sand dunes that even 4×4 vehicles can’t reach.

No previous motor biking experience is needed.

Our prices are generous! But don’t take our word for it, put us to the test.
Ultimate Hunting Safaris will tailor a safari proposal to your requirements, with absolutely no obligation.


Taxidermy

Another added benefit of hunting with Ultimate Hunting Safaris is that you can track the process of your trophies on our website. Once a week we contact the relevant taxidermists, find out at what stage in the process your trophies are, and update our website. Saving you the hassle of having to do this yourself!

There are two methods of handling your trophies:

Method 1 (Dip and Ship)

Whereby you have your trophies shipped raw from South Africa and mounted in your country of origin.

Method 2 (Mount and Ship)

Whereby, you have your trophies mounted in South Africa and then shipped to your country of origin.

In order to clarify the different methods, we have set out the processes here under:

In order to clarify the different methods, we have set out the processes here under:

Method 1Stage 1.1   Delivery of trophies to the taxidermistIn this stage all your trophies and parts thereof are checked for name tags, booked in and an inventory is taken of each client’s trophies.  Stage 1.2   Drying and TreatmentTime frame: 2 WeeksThe skins get put out to dry and are treated with insecticides.  They are thoroughly inspected during this stage
Stage 1.3   Rotting and BoilingTime frame:  3 WeeksRotting:  The skulls get submerged in water to aid in the rotting process.Boiling:  The skulls are heated in water to free the horns and release all the excess flesh & fat from the skulls.  After this, the skulls are pressure cleaned to remove any dirt, flesh or fat that might still be present.  The horns that have separated from the skulls are tagged. 
Stage 1.4   Bleaching and NeutralizingTime frame:  1 WeekThe skulls are submerged in a bleach and water formula, thereafter they are neutralized by soaking them again in clean water. 
Stage 1.5    Drying processTime frame:  5 WeeksSkulls and horns are treated with insecticides and left in the sun to dry. Stage 1.6 Quality controlTime frame:  1 WeekAll skulls, horns and skins are manually checked to ensure the utmost quality.
Stage 1.7   Finishing processTime frame:  1 WeekSkulls, horns and skins are finished off before they move over to the wrapping and crating department. Stage 1.8   Wrapping and CratingTime frame:  3 WeeksAll skulls, horns and skins are wrapped with bubble wrap and 200 micron clear plastic and a crate is specifically built for each shipment, ensuring that you don’t pay extra shipping costs.

 

Your trophies will be ready for shipment in about 4 months.

Method 2   Mounting and Shipping

The skulls will follow the same process as method 1 up to stage 1.7.

The skins will follow the same process as method 1 up to stage 1.2.

Thereafter they will proceed as follows:

Stage 2.1   Dirt Soak and Pickling ProcessTime frame:  4 WeeksSkins are hydrated and cured in a pickling solution before fleshing. Stage 2.2   Fleshing ProcessTime frame:  4 WeeksSkins are fleshed and shaved in preparation for tanning.
Stage 2.3   Neutralizing and TanningTime frame:  8 WeeksSkins are neutralized and then tanned in preparation for mounting. Stage 2.4    Preparation of Manikin Time frame:  4 WeeksManikin is molded, sculpted and prepared for the skin.
Stage 2.5   Mounting ProcessTime frame:  2 WeeksTrophy is being mounted. Stage 2.6   Drying periodTime frame:  8 – 12 WeeksMounted trophies get left to dry thoroughly.
Stage 2.7   FinishingTime frame:  3 WeeksFinal touches are added to the trophies and they go through one last inspection. Stage 2.8   Packing and cratingTime frame:  2 WeeksTrophies are packed and crated in a customized crate, ensuring that you don’t pay excess shipping costs.

 

Your mounted trophies should be ready for shipping in 12 months.

 

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