Southern Impala hunting

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39 hunting trips from 9 outfitters starting from $750

39 hunts
$750 starting from
4 countries
11578km to the nearest trip

Where to hunt Southern Impala

Southern Impala is by far the most numerous and the most widespread variety of Common Impala, one of the most popular trophies in Africa. The herds of this graceful antelope roam the savannah, scrub and bush landscapes in the southern and eastern part of the African continent. Southern Impala hunting is legal in northern Tanzania, Mozambique, Namibia and South Africa.

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. Few hunters, however, would travel all the way to Africa to hunt just one species; Impala are usually hunted as part of a “plains game” package. Such packages are usually priced in the $3,000-$5,000 range.

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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?

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

When to hunt Southern Impala?

On game farms you can hunt Impala almost a year round, but in some places December and January may be too hot for comfortable hunting. 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 (6)

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. Spot-and-stalk is the method of choice for trophy hunters, because 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. Impalas are social animals, and the hunter must make sure there is no chance of a pass-through bullet hitting another antelope. An alternative way is hunting from a ground blind or tree stand positioned over a waterhole, as Impala drink almost daily.

Why hunt Southern Impala? All hunts (39)

Southern Impala is a graceful medium-sized antelope. The males may stand up to 92 sm. (36”) at the shoulder and weigh up to 76 kg. (170 lb). Only the males carry horns, that keep growing all their lives. Impala has reddish-brown flanks and white underbelly, with a bushy tail and black stripes running on the hind legs. They are amazing jumpers, and may easily clear the typical 7-feet fence that African game farmers surround their property with. Impala is the most popular trophy with international hunters in South Africa, according to a recent survey, and this graceful, elegant antelope should be on the bucket list of everyone who plans to hunt Africa.

Hippo, Croc & Plains Game Safari

Hippo, Croc & Plains Game Safari Mozambique

We offer you original African hunting adventures in the vast, unspoiled, Mozambique wilderness. We operate numerous concessions in Sofala, Manica & Tete Provinces that still boasts large populations of both big game and plains game. These huge areas cover a wonderful range of varying habitat. As a result, we are able to offer a complete range of species available to Mozambique, ranging from the small and elusive forest duikers to the big four, leopard, lion, buffalo and elephant. Should you wish to take any of the other plains game we have on offer, with one of the above safaris, you may do so for the charge of the trophy fee only.

Trip duration: 7 - 10 days

Trip available on: 1 April 2019 30 November 2019

$7,000 for 1 hunter and 1 guest
Luxury Lodge & Plains Game Hunt 2x1

Luxury Lodge & Plains Game Hunt 2x1 Namibia

We offer a completely customizable and private trophy-hunting experience, and the company is proud to uphold the traditions of ethical and fair-chase hunting. We encourage hunters to bring spouses and children. They are welcome to join our hunting parties and may try the magic of hunting themselves; we take extra care with young and new hunters. Family safaris are always memorable events and we work hard to ensure that everyone in the party has a wonderful time. So if you are looking for a custom-tailored safari - this one is created just for you! This offer is on 2x1 hunt basis including accomodation in our luxurious lodge.

Trip duration: 5 - 21 days

Trip available on: 1 March 2019 30 November 2019

$4,795 for 2 hunters
3 Day Sable Antelope Safari

3 Day Sable Antelope Safari Zambia

Hunt Sable Antelope, Southern Impala and Grey Duiker in Zambia at Bird Estate Reserve. The areas are located close to Livingstone, home of the world famous Victoria Falls. We can assure you 100% success rate. Zambia is also home to some exotic plains game species like Kafue Lechwe, Lichenstein Hartebeest, Crawshay Defassa Waterbuck, Livingstone Eland, Puku and more. Please contact us for a full price list.

Trip duration: 5 days

Trip available on: 1 January 2019 31 December 2020

$5,000 for 1 hunter
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