It’s the modern Big 5 of Plains Game. In a world where everything is changing and high standards become the norm, so does the urge of our hunters.
Hunters from around the world are looking for new opportunities to test their skill and wit against the often forgotten “small” species of Africa. The funny thing about these “small” species and hunting them – they may be small in size but not in CHALLENGE.
Which species belong to the Tiny 10 and where does John X Safaris hunt them?
The Eastern Cape on South Africa’s east coast boasts a wide variety of terrain, habitat and opportunities, giving the hunter the chance at hunting 7 of the Tiny 10.
Up on the savannah you will find Oribi, Common Duiker and Cape Grysbuck, while Blue Duiker can be hunted in our Coastal forests.
From the beaches to the mountains, the quest for variety of the Tiny 10 continues.
Klipspringer and Vaal Rhebuck can be hunted on the high ground from our Northern Areas, and the ever-present Steenbuck can be found racing across the plains of the Karoo.
While the East Cape boasts with 7 of the Tiny 10, the journey must continue onto Namibia where we hunt the Damara Dik Dik, and finally onto Mozambique to complete the slam.
The Tiny 10 – What’s the BIG fuss about?
It may be the fact that they’re not always noticed or known. They’re certainly not found everywhere and those who start pursuing them usually become addicted to hunting them. I’m not entirely sure what it is that has got me addicted?
Best you ask the rest of those Tiny 10 addicts out there and join us on the hunt for something different…..
For further details regards hunting the Tiny 10, visit our John X Safaris Website @ www.johnxsafaris.co.za or drop us a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org . We’ll be glad to assist with your addiction.
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