The updated hunting safari experience involves exclusive guided bow and rifle hunting excursions in a privately owned 30,000-acre wild landscape. Offering a diverse selection of game animals indigenous to Namibia, the safari provides unique opportunities for hunting quality trophies.
Burchell-Wolf Safaris now provides clients with various hunting methods suitable to their capabilities. The most common is the classic spot and stalk with a rifle. Hunting with a bow is equally rewarding, says the company, allowing hunters to sit by watering holes while waiting for game to appear.
“There are many hunting opportunities. With countless species to target, including four of the ten tiny antelope and the largest eland and kudu in the world, this hunting safari is a true adventure,” says a company representative. “The area also has incredible wingshooting opportunities.”
Clients are paired with highly qualified professional hunters. Across 50 square miles of various terrains, mountain ranges, bushlands, and open savannahs in the Etosha Conservancy, they can encounter rare African eland and kuku, mountain zebras, oryx, Damara dik-dik, steenbucks, duikers, warthogs, wildebeest, springboks, and many more.
Focused on conservation, Burchell-Wolf Safaris abides by the Namibia Professional Hunting Association (NAPHA) regulations and ethical practices. They manage the number of game species on the property to ensure a stable carrying capacity of the land. Implementing selective hunting approaches protects the game population and maintains an abundance of animals for hunting excursions, says the company.
Burchell-Wolf Safaris also offers quality rustic accommodations where visitors sleep in classic tented camps and enjoy traditional cuisine made with game meat that they hunted. Guests can also enjoy nightcaps beside a bonfire while marveling at the African sky in the open-roofed boma.
A satisfied client says, “Hunting with Scot Burchell is the best experience I’ve ever had. Excellent accommodations, great food, and the friendliest staff you will ever meet. Their properties are huge and beautiful. We saw numerous remarkable animals and their trophy care is second to none.”
Source : DIGITALJOURNAL