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7 Day Free State Package

The Seven Day Free State Hunting Package is an al inclusive hunting package to the central plains of South Africa. The package includes four of the most sought after plains game trophies in South Africa Africa and is a very affordable way of experiencing a quality African Hunt. Our hunting packages contain no hidden costs. The only safari related cost which it does not include is the dipping, packing and shipping of trophies and taxidermy work.

Clients are met upon arrival at O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and are returned there upon completion of the safari. Accommodation is in first rate hunting camps and lodges where all modern amenities are available. Food is prepared to the highest standard and a large variety of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages are available and included. The success rate on the trophies is close to 100%. If however you do not take one of the trophies which is included in the package, 90% of the list price of the trophy is deducted from your hunting safari price. A deposit of 20% is payable upon booking your hunting package. The balance is payable upon completion of the safari.

If your flight arrives after 1pm we suggest you overnight at the Lombardy Hotel on the day of arrival and start the safari on the following day. Cost of $200 per person includes accommodation meals and a transfer to the hotel from O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg. If you do not wish to bring your own rifles, you are welcome to hunt with one of the rifles of your professional hunter. The only cost involved in this is the replacement cost of ammunition ($100).

Trophies Included :


The strikingly beautiful gemsbok can be extremely dangerous when cornered, injured or threatened. Armed with a pair of long horns which they can use with deadly effect against predators or hunters alike.

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Black Wildebeest

The black wildebeest or white tailed gnu as he is otherwise known favour the central plains and southern parts of South Africa. They can be identified by their distinct white tail. Black wildebeest occur only in South Africa.

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White Blesbok

White blesbok are a color variation and not a sub species. The are found commonly in herds of normal blesbok, though not in great numbers. The open plains of southern and central South Africa are their preferred habitat.

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Package Prices Include :

Package Prices Exclude :

1X1 per Hunter - $ 6 995

2X1 per Hunter - $ 6 455

Per Observer - $ 1 350

Hunting Areas, Camps & Lodges

The hunting areas range in size form 3000 to 18000 acres and all provide an exceptional hunting experience. Our primary focus is on ensuring you take the trophies which are included in your safari and we make a determination of which camp to use based on current conditions prior to the starting date of your safari. Our success rate is very close to 100%.

In all cases the camps and lodges we use are luxury, with en suite bathrooms, electricity, stylish decoration and sumptuous food. Places a lady would feel at home and comfortable.  Each of the camps and lodges we use feature on our web site in the areas and camps section. We can provide an extensive list of references in your area who have hunted with us and who can bear testament to the quality of accommodation.

A Typical Day on Safari

Hunters: A typical hunting day would start just before dawn at which time coffee and rusks are enjoyed. A selection of breakfast cereals, yogurt and juice is also available at this time. We then embark on the morning hunt. We would normally hunt until about 11:00am at which time we would return to camp for brunch (A full meal which is a combination of breakfast and lunch). Some time is then devoted to relaxing in camp. The hunt is resumed at about 14:30 from which time we hunt until sunset.

The method of hunting employed depends on the preference of the client and can consist of either waking and stalking, hunting from blinds or special vantage points from which we glass and ambush animals. The option of hunting from one of our well equipped vehicles is also available should you have any medical problems, or are limited by not being able to walk long distances. Your Professional Hunter will discuss these options with you after arrival. All of these options are always available. It is not necessary to let us know which method you prefer prior to your arrival.

Observers: Observers are welcome to accompany the hunters on safari, alternatively they can relax in camp. Should the observers in your group be interested in visiting some of the highlights in the area while the hunters are in the field, this can be arranged at an additional charge of $ 80 per observer per day. The additional cost is incurred because we have to send a dedicated guide to take care of observers. On the typical safari observers normally prefer to accompany hunters which does not incur any additional charges.

Hunting Package Itinerary


Guests are met upon arrival at O.R. Tambo International by their professional hunter or hunters. They will be holding a sign with your name on as you enter the arrivals lounge. From here the party boards a flight (1hr 40 minutes) to the coastal city of Port Elizabeth. Clients and professional hunters are met upon arrival at Port Elizabeth Airport from where we travel to the hunting camp which is situated about an hours drive from the airport.

Overnight: Eastern Cape Camps and Lodges

Meals: Full Board


The days are spent hunting the Eastern Cape. This area receives increased rainfall as one moves from west to east where it is bordered by the Indian Ocean.  To the west lies the Karoo, which is a semi-arid type desert land.  Most of the area is hilly and some portions are quite mountainous.  The climate can be varied, with frosty winters and hot summers in the western reaches of the province.  To the east, rainfall is more plentiful with higher humidity and a more sub-tropical climate along the coast.  All of the popular plains game species can be found in the Eastern Cape including a few not found in other areas.

Species which are available in the Eastern Cape include:

Black Wildebeest, Blesbok(Common), Blesbok(White),Blue Duiker, Blue Wildebeest, Bontebok, Buffalo, Bush Pig, Bushbuck, Common Reedbuck, Eland, Elephant, Gemsbok, Giraffe, Grey Duiker, Grey Rhebuck, Impala, Jackal, Kudu, Lechwe(Red), Lion, Mountain Reedbuck, Nyala, Oribi, Ostrich, Red Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Sable Antelope, Springbok(Black), Springbok(White), Springbok(Common), Steenbok, Tsessebe, Warthog, Waterbuck, White Rhino, Zebra(Burchell's), Zebra(Mountain)

You are welcome to take trophies in addition to the ones in your package should the opportunity present itself. All dangerous game have to be pre booked. Additional trophies are charged at list prices.

Overnight: Eastern Cape Camps and Lodges

Meals: Full Board


A last morning spent in the African wilderness is followed by a flight to Johannesburg and from there a short journey to Pretoria and the African Sky office. Some time devoted to paperwork is followed by a late lunch after which guests are transferred to the airport, where a memorable African Hunting Safari ends.

Overnight: None

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch


Springbok are South Africa's national animal. They occur in large numbers in the southern and western parts of the country. Springbok are found in large herds, they favor the drier parts of South Africa.

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