7 Day Bow Hunting Package in South Africa

Bow – Crossbow 1x1 ONLY $7,180 / HUNTER !!!

2023 / 2024

7 Day - 5 Animal Trophy Bow Hunting Package

  • 7 Full Days of Hunting
  • 8 Nights of Lodging Included
  • All Inclusive – Food / Lodging / Guide / Tracker / Daily Laundry
  • All Permits / Licenses Included
  • Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Included from East London (ELS)

Trophy Fees Included for:

  • 1 – Eastern Cape Kudu
  • 1 -  Blue Wildebeest
  • 1 -  Eland
  • 1 -  Impala
  • 1 - Springbuck

Add an Observer for only $150 / day


This is a highly discounted bow hunting package with the trophy fees for 5 animals included.  This incredible bow hunting safari will take place in South Africa’s Eastern Cape 2 hours north of Queenstown. The outfitter is well known in South Africa and has a great reputation with the many hunters who have experienced the incredible hunting this concession offers.  You will primarily hunt 55,000 acres (126 sq., miles) of prime habitat that has well over 10,000 animals residing on it.  With South Africa having the greatest plains game populations on the African continent, you will be hard pressed to find a better place to hunt plains game with a bow than here. The diversity of animals on this concession is simply amazing!  Over 70 species of animals inhabit this game-rich concession.  Many exotics have also been released, so in addition to common plains game and the resident herd of Cape buffalo, you might see species such as Nubian Ibex, Sambar Deer, Rusa Deer, Sable, Roan, Watusi and many others!  There are also white rhino roaming the concession and some black rhino will be introduced in the future.

The outfitter also has a second 4-star lodge just two hours away, where you will hunt your kudu and impala.  This area is also good for impala and warthog, so If these animals are on your add-on list, you can take these animals if the opportunity presents itself.  And did I mention that that secondary hunting area is over 300,000 acres?  That is 652 sq. miles of hunting area!


The first part of this bow hunting safari will take place on 55,000 acres in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.  The area features natural wild animals that have adapted to the conditions of the Eastern Cape.  The main lodge is a 2-hour drive from East London.  The terrain consists of a mix of mountains, valleys and savanna.

Once your eland, wildebeest and springbuck have been taken you will drive 2 hours north to the second 4-star lodge to continue your hunt for trophy kudu and impala.


The first part of this safari will be done by hunting from one of the 7 permanent blinds that have been strategically located on water holes and feeding areas. Some hunting may also occasionally be done from a pop-up blind.  The opportunity to spot and stalk may be available if you are able to shoot accurately up to 50 yards.

The second part of this hunting safari will take place 2 hours north of Queenstown.  Here you will hunt your kudu in the mountains.  Kudu hunting will most likely occur by sitting in a blind looking over oranges, as kudu just love oranges!

Trophy elandTrophy blue wildebeest

The Eastern Cape produces some exceptional trophy quality.  The outfitter’s Eastern Cape Kudu’s average around 46’’ – 47” with some bigger bulls exceeding 50” being taken annually.  The eland that this concession produces are also very good, with 36” eland being the average.  There are also good populations of many other species in the area and there is a good chance you will return home with some exceptional trophies.

Other animals are available per price sheet.

This bow hunt is only available from June – August. 



This hunt will be conducted from a 4-Star permanent camp that offers a great view of the surrounding area. You will enjoy some of South Africa’s fine cuisine followed by gathering around the fire under the southern stars in the evenings.  The large modern rooms feature in-suite bathrooms with showers.  The lodge has permanent electrical power.  Both cell phone service and internet access is available at the lodge for those of you that want to stay in touch while on safari.

The main lodge can accommodate groups of up to 15 hunters, although groups of 10 or less are preferred.

A second lodge used for kudu, impala and warthog hunting is also 4-star and features in-suite bathrooms, cell phone and internet service.  This lodge features 6 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 hunters at a time.

Client BedroomClient Challet


This outfitter has lived and hunted in the Eastern Cape region for 8 years.  Hunting is his passion, and although he owns a diverse group of successful businesses in South Africa, he oversees the hunting operations personally.  He is a specialist in providing affordable world-class trophy hunting to clients from all over the world.  Many TV shows featuring prominent celebrities have been filmed here.  Multiple articles have been published in prominent hunting magazines about his hunts.  You could not be in better hands when hunting in the Eastern Cape than you are with this outfitter.


Taking an observer on a bow hunt can be an exciting way for the non-hunter to get an introduction to hunting.  Sharing an African hunting experience with your family or friends can create shared memories that will last a lifetime.  For non-hunters, there are other activities to keep them occupied.  In the warmer weather, there is a swimming pool for cooling off and sunbathing.  Other activities include:

  • Watching the lions, tigers, hyenas and wild dogs getting fed
  • A day trip to Addo Elephant Park
  • Spa Treatment
  • A day trip to the beach
  • A day trip shopping for curios
  • Animal Photography from a blind


Most hunters will overnight in Johannesburg after arriving in South Africa from their countries of origin.  Then after a hearty breakfast at the guest house the next morning, they will travel a short distance to the Johannesburg airport and catch a flight to East London where they will be met by their PH and transported the two-hour drive to the main lodge.


DEPOSIT POLICY:  A 30% deposit is required to book this hunt.  The balance of the package and any trophy fees for additional animals shot or wounded are due in US cash or credit card at the end of the hunt prior to departing camp.

REFUND POLICY:  Deposits are non-refundable.  Safaris may be rescheduled once subject to the outfitter's open dates as long as the outfitter is notified at least 60 days prior to the start of the safari.  Any rescheduled or canceled safaris are subject to a $150 administration fee to be paid directly to the agent. .Safaris that are rescheduled for a subsequent year are subject to that subsequent year’s pricing.  In the case of a terminal illness or death, a full refund will be made.

EXCLUSIONS:  Dip & Pack, Airfare, Taxidermy, International Shipping of Trophies, Before or after Safari Accommodations and Meals, Ammunition Used

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