Your Namibian safari will include plains, and in some cases dangerous game, or even both. Currently Estreux Safaris have hunting concessions in the Central, Central North, North Western, and North Eastern parts of Namibia. Your trophy list of preferred animals will determine the choice of hunting area/s. Whatever you as our valued client decide, we will assist you in finding the right combination of hunting days and hunting area/s as to experience your ultimate African Safari.
Estreux Safaris operates in two main concessions: i.e. Kaokoveld and Caprivi
In both these wilderness concessions, all game is free range with NO fences.
For plains game we use our Kaokoveld wilderness concession and for dangerous game the Caprivi wetland concessions as mentioned below. All game in the Kaokoveld and Caprivi is on a strict quota available from the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, therefore it is imperative to book early to prevent disappointment. We do however have other concessions, (Free range and Fenced) but this is mainly to offer game not found in our two main concessions or where we have limited quotas available and/or for sustainability purposes; as we are committed to the long-term sustainability of our game and to ensure the best possible trophy quality. Due to the habitat diversity of Namibia it is impossible to hunt all of the endemic species in one specific area of the country. Estreux Safaris is constantly sourcing new areas to hunt for the best possible trophies in their natural environment.
With regard to Dangerous game, Estreux Safaris in conjunction with our partner offers Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Leopard, Crocodile and Hippopotamus. Depending on available quotas as agreed by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism limited quotas on Lion and White Rhino are also offered.
Estreux Safaris guarantees exclusivity in all their concessions, with you and your hunting party having the entire concession to yourselves. We only take one group at a time.
Our concessions cover approximately 870 000ha or 2,100 000acres with more than 35 species available in very remote and pristine "wilderness" areas.
Your hunt will also benefit marginal communities in the north-western and north-eastern corners of Namibia. Estreux Safaris is committed to the long-term conservation and social upliftment of the people in the areas where we hunt.
Learn more about Communal Conservancies here
Kaokoveld Wilderness Concession
(North Western Namibia) Free Range and very Remote
This hunting concession of which Estreux Safaris have the sole hunting rights, includes the vast and remote Orupembe, Sanitatas and Okondjombo Communal Conservancies in the hart of the Kaokoveld of north western Namibia and covers more than 665 000ha or 1, 600 000acres of unfenced pristine wilderness, rich in wildlife and sparsely populated by Namibia's last true indigenous traditional tribe, the semi-nomadic Himba. To the north it borders Angola on the Kunene River and to the west the famous Skeleton Coast National Park.
The Kaokoveld is a place far remove from civilization. A place of silence, and magnificent solitude, timeless with horizons that expand into infinity.
Exceptionally beautiful, with nuances and vistas of colors and the moods of its ever-changing landscapes, found nowhere else on earth.
This most unusual of desert environments in the world, with ephemeral rivers, rugged mountains and vast endless plains.
Seemingly lifeless; prehistoric plants, desert adapted wildlife and semi-nomadic Himba live in harmony with each other.
Estreux Safaris have the exclusive hunting rights and will conduct most of their plains game wilderness hunting safaris in this concession.
We therefore invite you to share a unique experience and privilege of hunting and touring in one of the most remote environments in the world, while enjoying its unparallel beauty. See more about the Kaokoveld Wilderness Concession Photographs here
This concession is ideally suited to the first time, but even seasoned African hunter. Hunters are however advised to be fit as all hunting is done on foot and vast distances will be covered on a daily basis to get your quarry.
It can either be reached by road or by private air charter.
NOTE: Please note that clients should allow for one and a half days driving up to the Kaokoveld and one and a half days driving back to Windhoek with one night sleep over en-route both ways upon, which the full accommodation is at his/her own cost.
Client's safari starts upon arrival in the Kaokoveld and ends upon leaving the Kaokoveld. Day of arrival and day of departure does not count as hunting days, as arrival and departing times of transfers to hunting camps and back does not allow for hunting on the specific days.
Game to be found are all true free ranging (NO fences) and include species like Desert Adapted Elephant, Black Rhino, Leopard, Southern Greater Kudu, Oryx/Gemsbuck , Springbuck, Hartmann Mountain Zebra, Steenbuck, Baboon, Black-Backed Jackal, Caracal, Ostrich, Cheetah, Giraffe, Spotted Hyena, Brown Hyena, Aardwolf, and Klipspringer. See Pricelist - Kaokoveld Wilderness
Guest will be accommodated at House on the Hill camp while travelling through this vast wilderness. Our dedicated professional staff compliment is also small as to make sure that our clients can relax without any external disturbances.
House on the Hill camp can accommodate two people per unit, with en-suite bathroom, hot and cold water, shower and flush toilets, own kitchenette, veranda and small study. See Accommodation - House on the Hill
Home cook meals are expertly prepared by our professional chef. Venison from the hunt is always served, accompanied by a variety of vegetables, salads and fruit. We offer a healthy breakfast and three course gourmet treat for dinner. Lunch packs is at the order of the day as hunters will normally spend the whole day in the bush. Top quality South African wines, brandy, whiskey, vodka, gin and world-class Namibian beer, as well as a variety of soft drinks are available in camp.
Plains Game Concession - Patagonia Ranch
(North Central Namibia) Free range and Fenced
Our main Hunting Ranch, Patagonia, is situated some 300km north of the capital Windhoek, close to the town of Otjiwarongo, mecca of plains game hunting on farms in Namibia. The hunting concession is 10 000 ha or 25 000acres in extent, but incorporates more than 20 000 ha or 50 000acres of additional concession land where rare and not commonly found species can be hunted. The farm is not game proof fenced, therefore all game are free ranging.
Rising approximately 1 470 meters above sea level, the habitat is diverse, offering the hunter a varied landscape. Dry river beds and mountains provide the ideal habitat for big kudu bulls and baboon while the wide open plains interspersed with thorn bush savannah make provision for eland, oryx/gemsbok, red hartebeest, aardvark, aardwolf, African wildcat, black-backed jackal, brown hyena, caracal, cheetah, honey badger, porcupine, small spotted genet, duiker, Damara dik-dik, steenbok, giraffe and warthog to name but a few. See Pricelist - Plains Game on Farms
This concession is ideally suited to the first time, but even seasoned African hunter. It also lends itself very nicely for family groups with children. All hunting is done on foot. See Pricelist -Plains Game on Farms - Packages
It can either be reached by very good road or by private air charter i.e. Otjiwarongo dirt air strip 50km from Patagonia.
Our accommodation can accommodate two to three people per unit, with en suite bathroom, hot and cold water, shower or bath and flush toilets. Our dedicated professional staff compliment is also small as to make sure that our clients can relax without any external disturbances. See Accommodation - Patagonia, Auas and Omatako Ranches
Home cook meals are expertly prepared by our professional chef. Venison from the hunt is always served, accompanied by a variety of vegetables, salads and fruit. We offer a healthy breakfast and three course gourmet treat for dinner. The traditional Namibian Braaivleis (Barbeque) is always very popular, which is cooked outside and enjoyed under the starlit African sky. Lunch packs will be at the order of the day if outside concessions are hunted as hunters will then normally spend the whole day in the bush; otherwise a light lunch is served during the hottest part of the day at the hunting camp. Top quality South African wines, brandy, whiskey, vodka, gin and world-class Namibian beer, as well as a variety of soft drinks are available in camp.
Caprivi - Dangerous Game Concession
(North Eastern Namibia) Free range
Estreux Safaris offers dangerous game hunting safaris primarily in the East Caprivi of North Eastern Namibia, but can also offer hunts in other pats of Namibia depending on game availability.
Estreux Safaris have access to six dangerous game hunting concessions in the eastern Caprivi covering almost 150 000ha or 370 000acres and offers elephant, buffalo, hippopotamus, crocodile and red lechwe. See Pricelist - Dangerous Game
Habitat range from floodplains with deep water channels bordering the Zambezi and Chobe rivers to dry woodland savannah along the Kwando River and Chobe Rivers.
Whilst most of the hunting is done on foot, transfers are primarily by boat early in the season and clients should expect to get their feet wet in pursue of especially Cape buffalo, hippopotamus and crocodile, which are all hunted from July through to October.
Elephant are normally hunted later in the season i.e. August through to October when most of the areas are a little bit drier.
Accommodation range from luxury accommodation in the Kasika and Impalila concessions to our very popular tented camp along the Kwando River. See Accommodation - East Caprivi - Tented Camps
Clients are advised to fly from the capital of Namibia, Windhoek, with Air Namibia to the Caprivi. The two-hour flight is comfortable. Alternatively clients can drive up by vehicle, which will take approximately 13-15 hours, with the added bonus of the scenery along the way. Clients should allow for a sleepover along the way depending on their departure times from Windhoek.
NOTE: Please note that Air Namibia only flies at specific days to Caprivi and only in the mornings; therefore clients must check availability of flights beforehand.
Client's safari starts upon arrival in Caprivi and ends upon leaving the Caprivi. Day of arrival and day of departure does not count as hunting days, as arrival and departing times of flights and transfers to hunting camps and back does not allow for hunting on the specific days. See more about Dangerous Game concession Photographs area here
Please contact us for more information on our Hunting Concessions and a customized Package rate.
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