Safari Zone in Namibia

To learn more about the benefits of a Namibia hunting safari, read on. Namibia is one of the safest countries in Southern Africa and the people are friendly and welcoming. In addition, the government supports the hunting community. A hunter can enjoy their time in Namibia without fear of overhunting because only one hunting group is hosted on a property at a given time. Then, when the hunt is over, the hunters are allowed to return to their own private properties.

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Burchell-Wolf Hunting Safari

Experience a world-class hunting safari in Namibia with the Burchell-Wolf family. Owned and operated by a husband and wife team, Burchell-Wolf Safaris span 30,000 acres in Namibia’s Etosha Conservancy. The family’s focus on conservation and responsible hunting means that the animals are protected and there is an abundance of trophy animals. Hunting with them is both safe and memorable, and you’ll enjoy the experience to the fullest.

Nyae Nyae Conservancy

The Namibia Hunting Safari Zone is a conservation area in northern Namibia that has recently implemented a strict hunting quota. The quotas are set by the Ministry of Environment and are based on game counts. The quotas are in place to help protect the wildlife while promoting sustainable hunting. According to Rolf Baldus, an economist who specializes in conservation issues, the quotas are being implemented to help the antelope population. This area contains around 900,000 acres of wilderness. Poaching levels in the area are low and hunting activities are limited.

Nyae Nyae

In 1971, elephants first moved into the Nyae-Nyae Conservancy. The conservancy hired professional hunter Stephan Jacobs to hunt 80-100 bull elephants. Since then, the area has become known for its high number of lions and plains game. In 2012, the conservancy designated hunting areas for the public. In addition, the conservancy has adopted modern hunting practices and quotas to protect its wildlife.

Etosha Pans

For hunters who want to explore the country’s beautiful wildlife, Etosha Pans is the perfect location. This area, which is located about 325km north of Windhoek, offers numerous hunting opportunities and superb lodges. The park is best accessed by vehicle, and it is recommended to have a 4×4 vehicle. During the dry season, the park is best for wildlife viewing, since the animals stay away from water points.

Etosha Pans Conservancy

The Etosha pan is a large, flat region of saline, dusty soil. Most of the land is open grasslands, making game viewing a breeze. The eastern part of the pan has mopane woodlands, while makalani palm groves surround waterholes. The southern border of the pan contains natural springs, creating an oasis with plenty of game to watch.