The Land of Africa:

For those who love a great adventure, and the beautiful sights that are to be seen in the land of Africa, hunting is the perfect gamesmanship sport for you. According to the Dailycaller, the century long activity has brought in over $200 million in revenue annually.

So what is it all about and what do you need to know? The costs can get steep if you plan on executing a 10 day or 14 safari hunt. You also should prepare yourself ahead of time before you planned a trip. So let’s take a look at what there is to know about Hunting Animals in Africa.

Hunting Animals in Africa

Things to consider ahead of time:

Your vacation or trip doesn’t have to be a nightmare if you plan ahead. Cementing together the right paperwork and documentation is huge. Most experts agree, that registering your firearms ahead of time will save you the stress and hassle of doing it while you are there. Not only is it convenient to pre-document your firearm and other possessions while you are there, but once you plan on getting back to the United States(for example), it’ll ensure that a speedy check through.

How much in shape you are will also serve as how successful your hunt will be. If your voyage treks you ten miles and greater per day, you will want to workout prior or try your best to get in the best shape possible so you can keep up during your hunt. I always suggest packing light and going cool with your clothing. The heat can be unforgiving in Africa, so dress comfortably while you are there.

Ammunition is another factor you should consider ahead of time. Big animals warrant bigger bullets. If you plan on penetrating the vitals of an animal it would be wise to use something like a .375 Holland and Holland or go with something like a .416 Rigby Magnum. Don’t be undersized during your shot and make sure you line up your scoops ahead of your visit.

Also, another important element is knowing what game you’re hunting. If you want to hunt the “Big 5,” which consists of the Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, Lion, and Rhino, it will cost a boatload more. If you are plan on bird shooting, then you may be able to find better deals. Let’s take a look at a trophy kill safari company that has plenty of packages for you.

Price and Features:

Safari hunting can get quite expensive and if you don’t do your research you can end up paying a lot of money for a service you may not get. Locals in Africa sure know how to manipulate outsiders in promising them the best spots to track certain game. That’s why you need to find a trusted safari game hunting company like the African Sky.

When you embark on your voyage to stalk and kill a game in Africa you will want to choose a place that can offer you the best tracking and skinning services are your trophy kill. Here is a list of costs and features that come along with your stay at African Sky.

Costs:

One on One: the hunter with a professional hunter is $420 per night.

Observers/Non hunter: $250/night

Two on one: Two hunters and professional hunter is $320/night

Features:

  • All catering and accommodations included.
  • Professional hunting services.
  • Laundry.
  • Liquor in moderation.
  • Unbelievable experience in Africa.
  • Up close and personal encounters with legendary animals.
  • Transportation during the time you’re there.
  • All applicable taxes included licenses and permit fees.
  • Services to trackers and skinners.

If you want to package all of that together for example with a 21-day package, you could up to $77,625 for a Buffalo and Elephant trophy hunt. Elephants are by far the most costly game to hunt at $38,000.

Conclusion:

While there is ample controversy from animal rights groups out there, as you can see, for the people of Africa, the Trophy Hunt, and Safari Trips really rack in the dough. This is highly beneficial for their economy but also it is used to preserve their animal kingdom.

A hunt is a thrilling experience for many, that is costly. But if you have the money to do it—well worth the trip.