South African plains game hunting packages.
Below are our South African plains game hunting packages 2020. We aim to have you hunt!
Please note our hunting in Africa packages include all your expenses associated with the hunting package you booked. The only additional costs you can expect to pay will for for additional animals hunted outside your original hunting package.
South African plains game hunting packages
Due to popular demand we selected several South African plains game hunting packages for your hunting pleasure.
From the start, we realized we had to compile hunting packages that would include all costs. When we signed up for rental packages in the past, the most annoying issue was ending up paying additional costs that were mentioned in the type of fine print lawyers find difficult to read.
Another issue we tried to address is to limit the number of plains game hunting packages to where it stops confusing the hunter with too much information. From the outset, we decided to have a limited number of hunting packages with the most sought after plains game species. If there are additional animals you would like to hunt, ask and we will see how to accommodate any reasonable requests. This allows you the freedom of deciding what you want to hunt and does not force you to hunt a whole new package just for two more animals you ideally would like to have.
Resulting from this, Mkulu Hunting Safaris designed their plains game hunting packages where what you see is what you pay. We also specify an additional night stay over and what it costs. So, at the end of the hunt everyone is on the same page. This makes parting ways so much more agreeable.
Listed below are our current South African plains game hunting packages for your hunting pleasure. Please feel free to contact us about your specific hunting needs.
Our plains game hunting packages start at $ 3 550 for a 2 X 1 hunt and $ 3 750 for a 1 X 1 hunt.
Plains game hunting packages Africa
Other animals available for your hunting pleasure:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I pay for animals not hunted
You only pay for an animal that was hunted successfully. Please spend some time on the shooting range before coming out this way. Here we have a rule that says wounded animals not found are bought and paid for.
However, we will do everything in our power to track and find your wounded animal.
In the unlikely event we cannot get you onto a decent animal of your package we are always open to negotiate. Sometimes hunters see a different animal they like more than the original one in which case we swap animals more or less to the same value.
When we calculate the cost of the hunting package we work on 60% of the value of the specific animal on the original price list. Any credits will be given at 60% of the value as reflected on our price list. If we swap animals we might even look at two smaller ones for a larger one.
The animal populations where we hunt allows you to hunt all your package animals and then some. We have a 99% success rate on our plains game Africa hunting packages.
Is it legal to wear camouflage clothing when hunting in South Africa
It is legal to wear camo hunting clothes when hunting in South Africa. In Zimbabwe OR Mozambique you may NOT make use of camouflage clothing.
The most commonly used hunting clothes for both Zimbabwe and Mozambique is khaki.
Health issues when hunting in Africa
During our winter months (May-August) you will hardly see any bugs. All of the plains game hunting on our package deals take place in regions within South Africa that are malaria free. Some of the dangerous game hunts can take place in malaria regions in which case it is recommended that the required precautions be taken. Consult your doctor about malaria precautions prior to leaving. Locally we rely on bug spray a lot.
It is recommended that you purchase health insurance with a reputable, internationally known company before leaving your country of origin.
Visa requirements when hunting in South Africa
Hunters from the USA and some European countries do not need to apply for a visa for your Africa hunting safari.
Inoculations for your South African hunting safari
You do not need any special inoculations prior to your hunting safari. If you intend on visiting Zambia you will need proof of a yellow fever inoculation.
If your tetanus shot is questionable and a new one is due it will be a good idea to have another one.