The Northern Cape
We have converted to a Green Eco-friendly safari camp, which runs on a combination of highly efficient solar power and propane. Water for the camp’s use is pumped from the well daily, and bottled water is also readily available. Wood for campfires and use in the hot water systems is collected through our ongoing veld management programme. Invader “swarthaak” is cut to open up the savanna for better grass quality. Much needed job opportunities are created with the veld management programme.
The camp has helpful friendly English-speaking camp staff. The kitchen provides 3 delicious meals daily with free range game meat, seasonal fruit and vegetables, all included in your meal plan. Special dietary requirements are catered for. Dinner is served at the campfire or for a more formal setting, in the Lodge. Free Wi-Fi is available for your use.
The Lodge features very comfortable private thatched chalets, each with its own shower and toilet. Each chalet has twin beds with duck comforters, gun safe, fresh towels and daily laundry and cleaning services. The main living area features a bar, lounge and dining area. At the open fire pit under the stars, we have shared many special moments with great stories and people.
Jannie Otter Offers
Jannie Otto Safaris caters for family safaris, dangerous game safaris, photographic safaris, bow hunting and plains game safaris. There are 35 antelope species on the Price List available to hunt in this area. Consider renting a firearm from Jannie Otto Safaris if you want to avoid temporary gun importation and frequent checking of guns at airports. Keep in mind that not all airlines allow transportation of firearms. Reminder that the use of suppressors are legal in South Africa.
Our excursions for the non-hunters include shopping in modern malls, spa treatments, the Big Hole Kimberley Diamond Mine day trip, Macgregor Museum with wildlife displays, the De Beers Club with its Colonial Club and 5 course Colonial Lunch. Consider visiting a local school and orphanage. Visit Mokala National Park with over 50 species of mammals found in the Reserve. Rare species such as white and black rhino, Roan Antelope and Tsessebe, Giraffe, Zebra, Red Hartebeest and Greater Kudu also found in the Reserve. There are also 139 species of birds listed. Enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and prices.
The Limpopo is the most northern province of South Africa. The province shares borders with Botswana on the western side, Mozambique in the east and Zimbabwe in the north. Limpopo is a land of beautiful and contrasting landscapes. It is renowned for its hot, yet pleasant summers and dry mild winters.
Winter is a sunny season with crisp, chilly early mornings, dry afternoons and cold nights, which is typical of the interior highveld plateau.
Limpopo accommodates thousands of hunters during the hunting season. A large number of species can be hunted including the Big Five.
Kwazulu-Natal is situated on the East Coast of South Africa, south of Mozambique and Swaziland, and east of Lesotho, in the biologically rich zone between the tropical biota to the north and sub-tropical biota to the south. Its major ecosystems include marine coral and rocky reefs, beaches, numerous estuaries and coastal lakes, moist coastal, lowland, and upland grasslands, dry forests and a variety of moist forests depending on altitude, and finally semi-arid savannah systems which contain the mega fauna typical of these habitats in Africa. The climate of Kwazulu-Natal ranges from hot, moist, humid, and sub-tropical on the coastal lowlands in the north-east, to cool and moist temperatures at the top of the Drakensberg Mountains.
Rainfall occurs mainly during the summer months, while snow occurs regularly on the Drakensberg Mountains during winter. Kwazulu-Natal is where the Southern White Rhino was saved from extinction. With the wide range of habitats and eco-systems the number of antelope species occurring in Kwazulu-Natal is high – 21 of the 29 species occurring in South Africa are to be found here. From the elusive Livingston’s Antelope, Red Bush Duiker to the majestic Nyala, the other African savannah species are common. All the large carnivores occur as well as Elephant, both White- and Black Rhino, Burchell’s Zebra, Cape Buffalo, Giraffe, Bush Pig, Warthog and Hippopotamus. Wing shooting proves popular and large numbers of water and ground birds are hunted annually. This is the kingdom of the Zulu’s. Witness the traditional Zulu healer communicating with the spirits.
The Malaria Free Eastern Cape offers the hunter an abundance of animals. Temperatures vary greatly in the Eastern Cape. The winter months (May to August) can be very cold with temperatures dropping below freezing point at night, and warm during the day. As many shots are taken at a long range, it is recommended that a medium caliber rifle from approximately 270 to 338 be used. Most Cape species available for hunting like common-, black-, and white springbuck, White Blesbuck, Mountain Reed buck, Vaal Rhebuck, Red Hartebeest, Steen buck, Black Wildebeest, Oryx, Eland, Mt. Zebra, Klipspringer, Cape Kudu.
The Eastern Cape is famous for its beaches, wildlife parks and the incomparable Wild Coast, and then the port of cities of Port Elizabeth and East London.
Zambia authoritatively the Republic of Zambia, may be a landlocked nation in south-central Africa (in spite of the fact that a few sources consider it portion of East Africa). Its neighbors are the Majority rule Republic of the Congo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the southeast, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south, Namibia to the southwest, and Angola to the west. The capital city is Lusaka, found within the south-central part of Zambia. The populace is concentrated basically around Lusaka within the south and the Copperbelt Area to the northwest, the center financial centers of the nation.