The Cape Buffalo is the most affordable of Africa's dangerous 7 and more people will become addicted to this African hunt than any other.
Without a doubt it is the best adrenalin kicking safari you can have in Africa especially if you hunt one of the ”classical countries” and spend days tracking the bad tempered old dagga boys in dense bush or long grass.
Despite their fearsome reputation, a good shot from a good rifle will humble most BUT if you do wound your target then be warned, you are dealing with one of Africa's most dangerous and vindictive animals.
The Nile crocodile is one of Africa's most unusual trophies. These large, predatory reptiles are found in almost all of the large rivers of Africa and can be extremely dangerous to those who venture near the riverbanks.
Elephant hunting is done mostly on foot by following promising fresh spoor until the animal is seen. It is then determined if the tusks are of satisfactory trophy size. Usually this type of hunting involves hours of walking only to be disappointed by a large bodied small tusked bull.
Accounting for more human deaths in Africa than any of the dangerous game members, the Hippo is truly a dangerous animal. Make no mistake although it might look like a large pig; this is not an animal you want running towards you if you’re not ready to make a killing shot. Bringing down the third largest and most dangerous of the big five can prove quite tricky.
No African hunter can ever forget the gaze of intense yellow eyes calculating from within dense thorn scrub, the earth shattering roar or the crunching of bones in the darkness. Try hunting a hungry lion that has no fear of man, on foot, in dense vegetation...you'll come away with a new perspective on life…
Elusive and dangerous are the first thoughts any hunter should have when leopard hunting. This is, pound for pound, the most dangerous animal in the world when wounded, drawing a deep respect from all who have hunted this magnificent creature.Contrary to popular belief, Leopard are NOT endangered. But because they are largely nocturnal and rarely seen, there is this perception that they are rare.
Hunting the Rhino is a once in a life time dream for many people. It's not only the danger involved, nor the adrenaline that only kicks-in with your final few steps before getting a shooting opportunity. That is when you realize how small you are and how easy the tranquil way of the Rhino can change any second on you…