KhoiSan Adventures is proud to offer carefully selected, highly qualified African Bow hunting Outfitters that specialize in hunting with archery equipment. These outfitters are technically competent with advice on bow hunting and archery equipment and abide by the relevant country laws and Government legislation to ensure hunt ethics of the sport and code of conduct are upheld in the field. When you book your bow hunt with one of the outfitters we represent, we guarantee “bow hunting only” hunt concession areas to make sure you, the bow hunter, have maximum success and a quality African safari and bow hunt. We also book combination Bow and Rifle hunts that allow you to hunt for that special trophy for several days on a “bow only concession” and then transfer to another concession and hunt with rifle, giving you a better chance of getting that special trophy that you just don’t want to go home without.

Hunting with bow and arrow in Africa is second to none.

NAMIBIA

In 1997, bow hunting for plains game trophies was legalized and introduced by the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism for the modern compound, long, and re-curve bow hunter. Hunting with a cross-bow is not legal in Namibia. Waterhole bow hunting is very popular in a dry country like Namibia and the preferred method of harvesting game with a bow. Stalk hunting is an option but very difficult to get close enough and within bow range as most African species are very spooky. Hunting in Namibia is done mainly open range or on large tracts of high fenced properties. We can also book combination Bow and Rifle hunt safaris in Namibia that allows the hunter to hunt for that special trophy for several days on a “bow only concession” and then transfer to another concession and hunt with rifle.

The following species are available in Namibia:

Black-backed Jackal, Damara Dik-Dik, Steenbok, Duiker, Klipspringer, Springbok, Chakma Baboon, Warthog, Black-face (cannot be imported into the US) and Southern Impala, Blesbuck and Spotted Hyena, Gemsbok Oryx, Kudu, Red Hartebeest, Blue and Black Wildebeest, Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra and Burchell’s Zebra, Cape Eland and Giraffe. At this moment it is illegal to bow hunt any of the following dangerous game species in Namibia: Buffalo, Crocodile, Elephant, Hippo, Leopard, Lion and Rhino.

SOUTH AFRICA

Bow hunting was legalized during 1984, making South Africa the first country in Africa to allow trophy bow hunting. South Africa has the biggest variety of plains game species that one can hunt in one country. Bow hunting is done largely on high fenced properties registered for bow hunting inside one of the provinces. It should however be noted that each of South Africa’s provinces have their own provincial regulations.

The following plains game species are available in South Africa:

Baboon, Jackal, Black wildebeest, Klipspringer, Blesbuck, Kudu, Blue wildebeest, Bushbuck (Limpopo), Caracal, Bushpig, Nyala, Civet, Red Hartebeest, Duiker (Common), Reedbuck (Common), Eland, Sable, Gemsbuck, Genet, Steenbuck, Giraffe, Tsessebe, Honey Badger, Waterbuck, Impala, Warthog and Burchell’s Zebra

The following dangerous game species are available in South Africa:

Elephant, Rhino, Hippo, Crocodile, Lion, Leopard and cape buffalo.

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ZAMBIA

Bow hunting became legal during 1993 in Zambia. Zambia may be one of the best destinations in Africa to hunt hippo, crocodile, lion and leopard with bow and arrow.

Zambian prices and seasons are pending and should be available soon.

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