Bow Hunting Blesbok at Bushmen Safaris in South Africa
Bushmen Safaris, a private 22,000 acre deeded wildlife conservancy in South Africa that offers exclusive bow hunts to archers, is proud to help fulfill hunting dreams by providing a world-class selection of animals for the hunter who is looking for the hunt of a lifetime.
Alaska Hunter Has a “Trip Of A Lifetime” At Bushmen Safaris
The Peninsula Clarion, the daily newspaper of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, wrote a story about Len Malmquist and his “trip of a lifetime” at Bushmen Safaris.
During his two-week African expedition at Bushmen Safaris, the retired 60-year-old bow hunter killed nine animals. However, Len Malmquist did more than shoot his bow during his June 2012 adventure. One day he went the whole time without seeing a single animal large enough to shoot (and he counted 249 animals). He “went nuts,” though, with his camera. “I got video,” he said, “and I’ve got still pictures up the yin-yang.”
2016 Events for Bushmen Safaris
Bushmen Safaris is pleased to announce our events schedule for 2016. 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 Profession Hunter Shannon Van Zyl. Bushmen Safaris plans on Shannon being back in the United States during January and February next year.
Hunting is Saving Africa’s Wildlife
Even the most ardent bunny-huggers can’t deny what hunting does for wildlife. In a headline about the current state of wildlife in Africa, Conde Nast Traveler begrudgingly and sarcastically proclaimed, Perhaps the best way to save wildlife in Africa is to kill it.