About Guided hunts
Guided hunts originated in the late XIX century, as affluent hunters from the more civilized regions such as London New York began to explore remote and wilder areas from Scotland and Canada to the American West, Africa and India. In an unfamiliar area, however, even a legend needs help of a person with local knowledge, both to take the hunter across the terrain, and to explain unique behaviors of local species. Today, many states and provinces require non-resident hunter to be accompanied by a licensed guide by law. Some types of hunting, that involve dogs, other animals, or sophisticated specialized equipment, naturally include the services of a guide. The duties of a guide may include the journey to the area where the hunt takes place, arranging lodging and catering, entertainment and maintaining group cohesion and good mood, especially during backcountry wilderness trips, and many other things. But the essential part of the modern guided hunt is assistance in the actual pursuit of the animal or bird: depending on the hunt, the guide sets blinds and decoys, uses calls, decides on the best route of the approach during a spot-and-stalk hunt, estimates the trophy size, and helps with packing out the trophy. Guided hunts cost more than DIY hunts, but offer numerous advantages in return, including but not limited to higher success rates, additional benefits such as the use of specific equipment, outfitter or landowner tags, and an opportunity to learn new skills and tricks. This makes guided hunts the perfect choice for both an inexperienced hunter, and for an old-timer who has little experience with a given species or location.
Cull Package 1x1 South Africa
We specialize in walk and stalk Plains Game and Dangerous Game safaris, with access to all South African game species. This 7 days All inclusive Cull package includes 2x Warthog, 2x Impala, 1x Blue wildebeest and 1x Zebra. Please inquire for available dates.
Trip duration: 7 days
Hunting season: 1 Jan 2021 31 Dec 2021
Chamois Hunt '21 New Zealand
New Zealand has some of the best Tahr hunting in the world. Tahr have drawn hunters from around the world to New Zealand to hunt these magnificent animals. They are known for the steep, rugged and remote habitat they live in and look very majestic in our mountains with their beautiful winter cape. The package includes 5 hunting days and 4 nights - 1 hunter / 1 guide and 1 trophy Chamois. For Tahr & Chamois hunts we suggest the use of a helicopter to access higher hunting terrain. Additional cost for helicopter is approximately $1,500 - $2,500. This cost is reduced if the helicopter is shared with other hunters.
Trip duration: 5 days
Hunting season: 1 Feb 2021 31 Oct 2021
Red Stag Trophy 325 Class Hunt New Zealand
This is an all-inclusive five days – four nights Red Stag trophy hunt that will see you secure a beautiful Red Stag trophy up-to 325 class: 12 – 16 points plus, good length / spread with a nice royal crown top are all key features looked for in this classic New Zealand Red Stag trophy hunt.
Trip duration: 5 days
Hunting season: 1 Mar 2021 1 Aug 2021
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