The Bushmen Safaris conservancy in South Africa features great genetics and low hunting pressure. Bushmen Safari Hunters have taken 12 World Records, 63 Top 5 placings, 115 Top 10 placings, and 335 Top 25 placings. Bushmen's hunters continue to take high-scoring trophies as a result of limited hunting pressure. "Dark of the moon" hunting, superior genetics, and an excellent habitat without cattle all combine to help produce these trophies. More than 80% of Bushmen Safaris hunters each year are repeat hunters. Bushmen Safaris' excellent management and competitive pricing also help bring back hunters year after year. Check out some of the action on YouTube, and for more information about the hunting opportunities available, please contact us at 208.322.5902 or [email protected]
From bowhunting.net, bowhunting biologist Wade Nolan discusses some of the myths about traveling to Africa for a bowhunting safari. Below is a small sample of his article. If you want to read the entire document, it can be found here.
Bushmen Safaris is pleased to announce our events schedule for 2017. We will be at the following shows listed below, or you can contact us if you would like to schedule a private event with our Professional Hunter Shannon Van Zyl. We plan on Shannon being in the United States during January and February. Please contact us at [email protected] to schedule a date. We look forward to seeing and hearing from you. Happy Hunting!
What airlines fly to South Africa?
Over 75 international airlines service South Africa from all over the world. If you are flying from America, South African Airways (SAA) is represented by Delta Airlines. If flying from Europe, virtually all the airlines fly to South Africa and SAA also service numerous international destinations on the continent.
Hunting in South Africa more than a hundred years ago was nothing short of a massacre. Game animals were hunted to near extinction. Today, South Africa has a system of checks and balances to ensure that the wildlife are abundant while providing hunters the opportunity for recreation. The idea of conservation as it relates to hunting began with Paul Kruger in 1894.