Impala in savanna bushland plain in an African sustainable hunting conservation for safaris
Large warthog in scrubland bush in a sustainable-use hunting conservation concession in Zimbabwe.
Eland antelope in scrubland bush in a sustainable-use hunting conservation concession in Namibia.
Arid dry Namibia rocky bushland perfect for plains game hunting management round water holes areas

Bush & Plains Game

Hunting for food has always been and continues to be an important aspect of life in rural African hunter-gatherer communities. Communal conservancies utilise wildlife sustainably, which includes the harvesting of meat through the sale of hunting safaris, which is intrinsically based upon researched quotas and regulation.

Wildlife populations have increased where the guiding principle is - if a resource has value, people will conserve it.

Fortunately, thanks to the many conservation benefits that stem from well-regulated management hunting, populations of most species of game in Africa are thriving.

AVAILABILITY & OPTIONS

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Conservation Hunting - East to South-West Africa

From Tanzania, East Africa, through Mozambique and Zimbabwe to Namibia on the south-west coast, Sybarite Sporting™ offers excellent plains and bush game hunting itineraries: 

 

•       Mozambique

 

•       Namibia

 

•       Tanzania

 

•       Zimbabwe

 

 

It goes without saying, that all the hunting concessions we use are managed under sustainable-use wildlife conservation programmes - where scientific, evidence-based population surplus quote is issued, per species.

 

In-turn, this surplus can be ethically harvested, to benefit the local people, through employment and game utilisation i.e. game meat, skin etc., and a sustainable a ‘net biodiversity gain’ can be achieved for the ecosystem.

 

Quota based, plains and bush game species: -

  • Blesbok or Blesbuck

  • Bushbuck (Cape & Harnessed)

  • Bushbuck (East African)

  • Bushbuck (Chobe)

  • Bushpig

  • Dik-Dik (Damara & Kirk’s)

  • Duiker (Common, Grey or Bush)

  • Duiker (Harvey's and Red-Flanked)

  • Eland (Cape & Livingstone's)

  • Eland (Patterson's)

  • Gazelle (Grant's, Robert's & Thomson's)

  • Gemsbok (Oryx gazella)

  • Gerenuk or Giraffe Gazelle

  • Grysbok (Sharpe's or Northern)

  • Hartebeest (Red, Bubales or Cape)

  • Hartebeest (Coke's & Lichtenstein's)

  • Impala (Southern & Black-Faced)

  • Klipspringer

  • Kob

  • Kudu (Greater & Lesser)

Itinerary Organisation

All African hunting safaris are conducted through operators we know personally that have become good friends over time. Hunting safaris can be organised as standalone trips or to include photographic and coastal itineraries.

Licence requirements: Sybarite Sporting will organise all of the necessary forms and permits, which you will need to complete in advance of travel. These will be issued prior to departure and will either be sent to you personally, and/or where appropriate, presented to you on arrival at your hunting destination.

Insurance requirements: We advise you to check with your insurance provider to ensure that you are covered for all the activities that you are likely to be taking part in - Sybarite Sporting can advise with the appropriate cover.

Conservation Partners

Sybarite Sporting is proud to be a member of and support the following African wildlife hunting conservation organisations - please see our Partners & Associates.

Download .pdf file for plains & bush game hunting in Namibia Africa; dates & availability with booking service options.
  • Nyala

  • Oribi

  • Oryx (Fringe-Eared)

  • Reedbuck (Bohor, Redunca or Nagor)

  • Reedbuck (Southern and Mountain)

  • Roan Antelope

  • Sable Antelope

  • Sitatunga (East African or Marshbuck)

  • Springbok

  • Steenbok or Steinbuck

  • Suni (Common & Linvingston’s)

  • Tsessebe (Common or Sassaby)

  • Topi (subspecies of the Tsessebe)

  • Warthog

  • Waterbuck (Ringed, Common or Ellipsen)

  • Wildebeest (Black or White-Tailed Gnu)

  • Wildebeest (Blue or White-Bearded Gnu)

  • Zebra (Burchell's or Plains)

  • Zebra (Hartmann's or Mountain)

  • Zebra (Chapman's)

 

     References:

   

      1  Ogutu, Dr. Joseph O. (1916) Extreme Wildlife Declines and Concurrent Increase in Livestock

          Numbers in Kenya: What Are the Causes? Directorate of Resource Surveys & Remote Sensing,

          The International Livestock Research Institute & The University of Nairobi.

Impala walking through classic east African low plains bush scrub in our community Masailand Tanzania hunting concession.
KENYA WILDLIFE LOSS

Kenya has lost, on average 68% of her wildlife since banning game hunting in 1977, though not attributed totally to the ban, it shows the conservation value, well managed hunting contributes. 1

Gemsbok, Oryx standing in sandy desert dune with tussock grass and distant Namibian hunting area hills behind.
Kudu bull in thick African acacia thorn bush within our conservation hunting concession, the grey ghost of Namibia.
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African warthog with large tusks, forward facing in dry broken ground bush scrub, in Tanzania, Africa.