Impala hunting

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Where to hunt Impala

Herds of Impala may be found roaming the savannah, scrub and bush landscapes in the southern and eastern part of the African continent. Biologists divide the antelope into two subspecies: Common and Black-Faced. Trophy books and hunting clubs further divide the Common Impala into Southern and East African varieties, and some outfitters also have Black Impala, a color phase of the Southern Impala, on their price lists. Southern Impala hunting is legal in Mozambique, Namibia and South Africa, while East-African Impala offers exist in Tanzania. Black-Faced and Black Impala can be hunted only on game farms in South Africa and Namibia.

Price distribution

Southern Impala shooting fees can be priced as low as $250. To the trophy fee you should add the daily rates, which will bring the price of the total hunt to $1,000 or so. Black-Faced and Black Impala are found only on a limited number of game farms, and the trophy fees are as high as $1,700 and $2,000 to $2,500 respectively. Tanzanian hunting safaris are some of the most expensive hunts in Africa, starting at just under $30,000 before shooting fees. The shooting fee for East African Impala is about $1,000.

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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?

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

When to hunt Impala?

Impala hunting can take place all year round, especially on game farms. But in some places December and January may be too hot for comfortable hunting. The best time to hunt any species of Impala is May, when, during the rut, the biggest males fight for dominance.The rest of the African winter, June to September, is also a good time for a plains game hunt.

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Impala inhabits shrub and savannah type habitat where a hunter and the PH can see far to spot the animals, and yet there’s enough cover to stalk them. Impalas can be active in either day and light but is most conspicuous in the morning and in the evening. This behavior makes Impala one of the best quarries for spot-and-stalk hunting. When alarmed, the herd of impalas forms a tight group, when it is easy to lose track of the trophy you’ve chosen, and, the bullet might easily pass through your target and hit another Impala that stands behind. It’s also not the best idea to shoot Impala on the run, as they can leap in zig-zag, effectively avoiding predators. Impala never venture far from water sources, and must have a drink on a regular basis. This offers a bowhunter an opportunity to hunt this animal from a ground blind or tree stand positioned over a waterhole.

Why hunt Impala? All hunts (416)

Impala, according to a recent survey, is the most popular trophy for international hunters in South Africa. It is one of the most abundant African antelopes, with population pushing 2,000,000 heads, and provides harvest opportunities for hunters of any income or skill level. But getting a really impressive trophy is a great challenge. Impala is a graceful, beautiful creature, especially a big, mature buck with his long, lyre-shaped horns. These horns grow all over the creature’s lifetime, and make a spectacular trophy. With its delicious flesh, Impala pleases not only the eyes, but also the taste buds, and is a popular object not only for trophy, but for meat and biltong hunters, too. In short, this antelope should be on the bucket list of everyone who plans to hunt Africa.

Namibia Trophy Experience 1x1

Namibia Trophy Experience 1x1 Namibia

Get you own experience of amazing Namibian nature and free choice of trophies while hunting together with experienced hunters! The farm is located near Etosha National Park, so save a day to visit this most famous natural attraction in Namibia. This hunt is on 1x1 basis. You can come for 2x1 hunt at a daily rate of $250.

Trip duration: 5 - 14 days

Hunting season: 1 Feb 2020 30 Nov 2020

$2,150 for 1 hunter
Build Your Own Hunt 1x1

Build Your Own Hunt 1x1 South Africa

Looking to pick out the trophies you are after before your hunt. This is your opportunity. We welcome you to choose what interests you. We can accommodate both the rifle hunter as well as the bow hunter. Before commencement of the safari, clients are required to complete and sign a safari contract and a general information sheet. All clients and observers are required to read and sign our indemnity form before the commencement of any safari.

Trip duration: 8 - 12 days

Hunting season: 1 Feb 2020 30 Nov 2020

$4,205 for 1 hunter
Spiral Challenge

Spiral Challenge South Africa

Are you willing to take up the Spiral Challenge. Hunt 4 of South Africa's most stunning animals, the Kudu, the Eland, the Bushbuck and the Nyala. Successfully hunt these four species and we will include a free Impala and Warthog to your trip. We have hands down the most stunning hunting concession in the Eastern Cape. No where else can you hunt with the sound of the Indian Ocean crashing into the golden beach below. At the end of a hard days hunting enjoy a drink while the African sun drops into the Ocean. So are you willing to take up the Spiral Challenge?

Trip duration: 1 - 10 days

Hunting season: 1 Oct 2019 20 Dec 2020

$550 for 1 hunter and 1 guest
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