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Mankanzana Conservancy

The Mankanzana Conservancy is located in the Adelaide area of the Eastern Cape in South Africa. The conservancy spans 80 000 hectares (197 000 acres).
The Mankanzana Conservancy is a free roaming area where game can roam freely between farms without high game fences.
This is an excellent area for the hunting of Kudu, Bushbuck, Duiker and Warthog.

Winterberg Mountains

The Winterberg mountains is an extensive east-west mountain range lying immediately north of the small towns of Bedford, Adelaide and
Fort Beaufort in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
Elevation on average is about 1800 metres above sea-level. The hunting area is around 100 000 hectares (247 000 acres).
The hunting area includes open plains with fewer trees and bushes.
This is an excellent area for the hunting of Vaal Rhebuck, Mountain Reedbuck, Lechwe and Fallow Deer.

Kat River Conservancy

The Kat River Conservancy is located in the Fort Beaufort area of the Eastern Cape in South Africa.  The conservancy spans 60 000 hectares (148 000 acres).
The hunting area has thick bush vegetation including Spekboom.
This is an excellent area for the hunting of Kudu, Nyala and Impala.

Kalahari Area

The Kalahari region is a remote area in the north western part of South Africa where we primarily hunt lion.
This semi-arid region straddles three Southern African countries - South Africa, Namibia and more than half of Botswana.
The dry climate means that the terrain consists mainly of sandy savannah. Despite its often harsh environment, this 'desert' is known for its prolific variety of animal species.
This is an excellent area for the hunting of Buffalo, Lion, Sable, Eland, Kudu, Springbuck and Oryx (Gemsbuck).