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Our aim is to make sure that our hunters have a thrilling and memorable hunt, whether you do plains game hunting, Big Five, or bird shooting. Our professional hunters and trackers are highly experienced and are skilled, ethical sportsmen who will ensure that you look back on your safari and the manner in which each trophy was taken with pride. Our accommodation is top class and we recommend you to bring along family and friends. Choosing the right outfitter for your hunting safari is very important, so please do not hesitate to contact us for credentials and testimonials from our clients.At Imbasa we offer rifle and bow hunting, with experienced professional hunters and the best local trackers. On our 2000 hectares of savannah bushveld grounds you will find plenty of plains game. We also offer 30000 hectares of hunting concessions in the immediate surrounding areas and 30000 hectares in the Eastern Cape. The hunting technique used is mainly walk and stalk. South Africa is a paradise for plains game hunting with an abundance of species. The plains game hunt is an affordable and exiting hunt. The species available varies from region to region, please contact us for more information about the game available on our hunting grounds and concessions.Imbasa is fully equipped for bow hunting with excellent hunting blinds. The blinds are placed strategically along game paths or in the proximity of waterholes.We also offer very exiting bird shooting at Imbasa and at our concessions. The birds are all totally wild and indigenous. The hunting is personal, private and best of all sustainable. At Imbasa’s grounds you can hunt Pigeon, Guinea Fowl and Egyptian Geese, this can also be combined with plains game hunting. Our principal game bird hunting area is two hours drive from Johannesburg and here we can offer outstanding shooting for Swainsson’s Francolin, Greywing, Partridge, Orange River Partridge, Guinea Fowl, Spurwinged Geese, Egyptian Geese, Yellow Billed Duck, Red Billed Teal, Doves and Pidgeons. The hunting methods employed obviously vary according to the species and the area in which the birds are being hunted. Methods involve the use of hides, driven hunts and walked-up shooting, using pointers and retrievers. Please contact us for further information.

At Imbasa we have very skilled skinning and trophy preparation and we transport your trophies to the taxidermist.
All hunting is carried out strictly according to the latest proclamation of our Nature Conservation Ordinance.

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Hunting Areas

At Imbasa Lodge, situated close to Kimberley in the Northern Cape, we offer rifle hunting and bow hunting, with experienced professional hunters and the best local trackers. On our 2000 hectares of savannah bushveld grounds you will find plenty of plains game. We also offer 30000 hectares of hunting concessions in the immediate surrounding areas. We have over 20 different antilope species, including Kudu, Gemsbuck, Lechwe, Impala, Red Hartebeest ,Springbuck, Blesbuck, as well as Zebra Giraffe and Buffalo. and all the other common plains game species, and offers some unique hunting experiences.

Our concessions in the Eastern Cape, consisting of 30 000 hectares, includes Eerenkroontz and Brentwood. This is the ideal habitat for Bush buck, Klipspringer, Mountain Rheebuck, Vaal Rheebuck as well as Duiker, Steenbuck etc.

We also offer bird shooting at Imbasa and our concessions approx 2 hours drive from Johannesburg. The grounds are around 5000 hectares with wild birds including species such as partridges, francolins, guinea fowls and geese.

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