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7-day South Africa Spiral Horn Hunt for Two Hunters and Two Observers

Currency:USD Category:Hunting Start Price:250.00 USD Estimated At:0.00 - 0.00 USD
7-day South Africa Spiral Horn Hunt for Two Hunters and Two Observers
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8,000.00USDto floor+ applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2018 Feb 02 @ 11:50UTC-8 : PST
Wow Africa is donating this incredible 7-day, 2x1 guided, trip with five hunting days for nyala, cape bushbuck, eland and kudu in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa for two hunters and two observers. Species will be shared by the hunters. Method of take is hunters' choice. Schedule hunt with outfitter for open dates in 2018 or 2019. Only five and a half hours' drive from Johannesburg, Madaka Game Reserve, the home of WOW Africa provides the perfect vacation for those wanting peace and seclusion in a unique bush environment. Madaka is ideally situated, being adjacent to the beautiful 74,000 acre Ithala Game Reserve, one of the most beautiful in Southern Africa. 1.5 hours away from Jozini Dam where tigerfish can be caught on the most Southern point in South Africa. In 1997, president Nelson Mandela declared Madaka a Natural Heritage Site. The ranch consists of 26 game species plus leopard, civet, genet and serval; it also consists of 330 different identified species of birds. Included are accommodations, meals, trophy fees for species to be shared by the hunters, guide service, daily laundry services and field prep. Hunt can be upgraded to include additional species; see outfitter for details. Extra hunters are welcome for $450/day and observers for $220/day. Not included are any before/after hunt expenses, airport transfer from and to Johannesburg International ($250 per vehicle), dipping, packaging/shipping and gratuities. Arrival/departure point is Johannesburg. WOW Africa can also assist with additional photographic day trips from camp as well as tours to Cape Town and Victoria Falls. For more information, contact Izak Kirsten at Int. 27 833784986 or wowafrica@me.com. Company's website: www.wowafrica.com