Black Impala hunting

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26 hunting trips from 11 outfitters starting from $3,100

26 hunts
$3,100 starting from
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Where to hunt Black Impala

Black Impala is not a subspecies, but a melanistic color phase of the Southern Impala. South African game farmers, by selective breeding, developed strains of Impala where almost every animal is black. For those who wish to add this unusual trophy to their collections, some game farms in Namibia and South Africa offer Black Impala hunting.

Price distribution

Black Impala is found only on a limited number of game farms, and is consequently more expensive than Common Impala. The trophy fee for a Black Impala run in the $2,500-$3,000 range. You will have to add daily rates, which would bring the total hunt to about $3,500 or so, unless you want to add a few other species to the trophy list.

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Learn more from our blog story

It can be hard for a beginner to calculate a budget for an African hunting adventure. Some of the prices seem too good to be true, others may sound prohibitively expensive. Most outfitters list only “daily rates” and “trophy fees”, sometimes a “package tour”. There’s a long list of things that are “not included” in these costs, and some that are not even mentioned there (like air fare). What are the “other costs” and how much can the total price of the trip come down to?

August 17, 2017 All said and done: What’s the bottom line for an average South African hunt?

When to hunt Black Impala?

Hunting opportunities on game farms exist year round. However, the best time to hunt any species of Impala is the rut, when males fight for dominance, and the biggest and oldest are easy to recognize. The rut takes place in May. The rest of the African winter, June to September, is also a good time for a plains game hunt.

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Hunting methods All hunting methods (5)

Like most other antelopes, Black Impala are usually hunted by spot-and-stalk. This is the method preferred by trophy hunters, because after the animal is spotted, the hunter and the PH usually have the time to estimate the trophy quality and make the decision whether the hunter wants this particular animal or not. Black Impala habitat is well suited for a careful approach within a sure rifle shot, but the Impala are social animals, and the hunter must make sure there is no chance of a pass-through bullet hitting another antelope.

Why hunt Black Impala? All hunts (26)

We humans are fascinated by the unusual, including melanistic animals. Impala in general is a good quarry for hunters who seek the trophies that are out of the ordinary, because in this species deformed horns often reach record lengths, and a black color, in many a beholder’s eye, adds greatly to Impala’s beauty. South African game farms made an invaluable contribution in preservation of many species, and they are financed only by hunter’s payments. If the images of Black Impala fire up a desire to get this trophy, go ahead and find your adventure on BookYourHunt.com

Eastern Cape Trophy Hunt 1x1 '2019

Eastern Cape Trophy Hunt 1x1 '2019 South Africa

We offer our clients access to the best hunting areas in South Africa. We believe in ethical hunting and pride ourselves in offering the client just that. Paperwork for firearms is available and temporary import permits will be arranged before arrival. Please inquire for available dates.

Trip duration: 3 - 10 days

Trip available on: 1 January 2019 31 December 2019

$4,340 for 1 hunter
Promo Central Namibian Plains Game 1x1

Promo Central Namibian Plains Game 1x1 Namibia

We offer you guided hunting safaris on our exquisite game ranch just south of Windhoek, Namibia. There are 25 species of plains game on 60 000 acres of privately owned land, making this game ranch the perfect location for plains game hunting. To ensure the ultimate hunting experience combined with appreciating the unique Namibian environment we recommend planning your hunting trip to last around 10 to 12 days (hunting season starts on 1 February and ends on 30 November). Our policy of not taking double bookings can make your dream come true of being the only hunter/group on 94 square miles / 243 square km free range. Together with a success rate of 90% of the hunting trophies acquired on the ranch qualifying for gold medals according to the Namibian quality control system hunters are guaranteed of a successful hunting safari. A typical hunting day will start bright and early before sunrise with a hearty breakfast buffet. The hunting method employed is spotting and stalking. (recommended rifles - .270 thru to .300). Depending on the success of the hunt, lunch will be served either at the lodge or on the plains as not to interrupt the progress made on the hunting safari. Hunting will continue into the afternoon if so desired by the guests or visit the cheetahs and attend a cheetah feeding. For Leopard and Cheetah hunt minimum of 14 hunting days required. There is no minimum hunting days requirement but we recommend 7 hunting days. 50% discount on daily rates on any safari booked in March, April, October and November! This promo is valid only if the booking takes place in the mentioned months. Please inquire for available days!

Trip duration: 5 - 16 days

Trip available on: 1 October 2019 30 November 2019

$3,100 for 1 hunter
Plains Game Hunt 1x1

Plains Game Hunt 1x1 Namibia

We are offering a large variety of African Antelope to hunt in different locations with extreme landscapes, varying from the red sands of the Kalahari, open plains and the Mountains of the Khomas Hochland. Gerrie and Monja are qualified in First-Aid and take specific measures in assuring Client-Safety and well-being.

Trip duration: 3 - 14 days

Trip available on: 1 February 2019 30 November 2019

$4,050 for 1 hunter
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