Hunting Policy

Being hunters ourselves, we know how the trophy bug grabs one. However it is not our policy to shoot exceptional trophy animals when they are still of prime breeding age. Maintaining the quality of our trophy animals is more important to us than the lure of money to hunt them before their prime.

Ever since we commenced game management on our reserves , we have avoided plundering the prime trophy gene pool. As a result we can confidently state we have some of the finest trophies around, especially southern greater kudu and nyala.

You will likely see a 45 inch buffalo and some huge kudu. If you luck into an extraordinary specimen which is older and past breeding prime, you will be permitted to harvest it. If not, be ready with your camera. That’s part of the game management on our reserves which makes hunting and the quality of our game so special.