Frequently Asked Questions:
Where will I be met ?
You will be met at Johannesburg International Airport in the arrivals lounge by your professional hunter. From the time you land in South Africa to the time you depart, you are in our care.
Are the camps comfortable enough to bring along women and children?
All of the camps we use are very comfortable, even luxurious and all modern amenities are available. Ladies are welcome to relax in camp or to experience some of the highlights in each area where your safari is conducted.
Do you offer both Bow and Rifle Hunting Safaris?
Yes, we have specialized concessions in which we hunt and are totally dedicated to bow hunting with blinds and hides.
What will be the cost of taxidermy work or dipping and packing cost of raw trophies ?
Please visit www.highveldtaxidermists.com for more information.
How experienced are your professional hunters?
All of our PH's have at least ten years of hunting experience and are licensed for both plains game and big five hunting.
How will I pay for my safari?
We require a deposit of 50% which can be paid by Personal check or bank transfer. The balance of the Safari is payable upon completion of the safari. We accept cash or Personal check.
IS THIS A MALARIA FREE AREA/ZONE ?
Yes, Select camp is a malaria free area, but do consult your doctor before embarking on your trip to South-Africa.
IS THERE ANY ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE TO PARTAKE IN ?
Yes, we offer one of the most unique opportunities for any cultural enthusiast or photographer. The Bobidi Mountain! A Late Iron Age Site (ca 1000 to 1800) of the Shonguane tribe. Here the Ga-Seleka and Batlhalerwa established spheres of influence in the mountain stronghold Bobidi near Villa Nora and illustrates the kind of site which was used by second millennium farming communities. With our expert guide to lead you along the cattle path to experience what no-one holds anywhere in South Africa - A simple journey on an ancient path of survival.
Optional activities offered by us range from guided open game drive vehicle game drive (2/3hrs); walking safaris (1/2hrs); game tracking (1hr); boat safari on the Palala River (2hrs) and night drives (1.5hrs). We also offer the must not miss historical cultural mountain walk (3hrs) and an evening of an African cultural dance Group (2hrs).
As external safaris either guided or self-guided we can offer from the area the white lion project (2hrs); elephant back safaris (4hrs) and the Black Rhino Feeding & Museum (4/5hrs).
Please visit our photographic section on our website.
What do I have to pack when coming on safari to South Africa ?