Season 2011 is due to start at the end of the month with our first hunts of the season. Before those Safaris commence we’ll be covering an array of hunting topics requested by you the hunter and reader.
We’ll be looking at one of our most majestic species on offer in the Eastern Cape, the Common Lechwe.
Let’s return to the mountains and discuss why we believe a mountain hunt in the Eastern Cape can be one of the most challenging hunts around. You may think twice before proclaiming South Africa a first timers destination only.
Dogs and cats have never been friends. Join us in our Coastal Forests as we go after Lynx with hounds. The demand for these hunts are never-ending.
You’ve heard of Common, Black and White Springbuck. You may have hunted all three of the colour variations, but have you had the chance at hunting the next big thing – the rare Copper Springbuck. We have the numbers that few have available to choose from.
The Tiny 10. Many a hunter will pass up the little guys, only to discover years later what they’ve been missing out on. You can hunt 7 of the Tiny 10 right here in the Eastern Cape!
For the time being well be stepping out of the office….
John X Safaris will be back in the office on Monday, 21 February 2011. Lee can be reached on firstname.lastname@example.org for any urgent enquiries.
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