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“It is a rugged country that calls for hearty people who are courageous and resourceful.”

                                                                             Beth Cappilary


Diverse and breathtaking in its harsh beauty.  That is probably the best way to describe Namibia.

North-western Namibia, the area where most of our hunting takes place, varies from mountains and hills to mopane savannas with rocky outcrops interspersed by sand washes.

These sand washes are the main routes for our free roaming elephants.

In some places you can still find the legacy of ancient hunters who came before us, in the form of rock engravings and paintings.

The farm, situated about 500 km northwest of Windhoek, is part of the Loxodonta Africana Conservancy, which comprises nearly 650 000 acres.

Close to us are the world-renowned Etosha National Park and the Namib, the oldest desert in the world.