Namibia Hunting Safari

Rifle Only 1x1 ( 1 Hunter – 1 Guide) ONLY $5,900

2024 / 2025

Namibia Hunting Safari

ONLY $5,900 All-in!

10 Full Hunting Days

2 ½ Travel days

9 Trophy Fees included:

  • Greater Southern Kudu
  • Gemsbuck
  • Blue Wildebeest
  • Black Wildebeest
  • Mountain Zebra
  • Springbok
  • Warthog
  • Steinbok
  • Jackal or Baboon


Add Hunting days: $250 / Day

FREE Rifle Rental

Ammo: $4 / Bullet


All FREE-RANGE hunting – No high fences!

This free-range trophy hunt takes place in Namibia’s Khomas Highlands Region, only 2 hours southwest of Windhoek. You will hunt on 109,000 acres of game-filled habitat while staying at a 4-star lodge that will soon have a new brewery, Bar-B-Q restaurant, and a spa.


The 109,000-acre low-fence free-range hunting area is located only 2 hours from Windhoek. The Khomas Highlands are at an altitude of 5,000 – 6,000 feet. The terrain varies and is made up of riverbeds, valleys, and mountains. This is one of Namibia’s most scenic areas and you will normally see multiple species of free-ranging game daily, ranging from mountain zebras, gemsbuck, red hartebeest, blue wildebeest, and some very large kudu.

Link to Khomas Highlands Hunting Area


A typical hunting day starts with rising before sunrise and meeting for breakfast and coffee, after which the vehicles depart camp for hunting. All hunting is done by spotting and stalking. You will hunt until mid-day and then return to the lodge for lunch and a rest.

Namibia Safari KuduNamibia Safari Gemsbok

After a siesta, you depart for the afternoon hunt. If you are hunting remote areas of the property, you will likely pack a lunch. After a successful day’s hunt, the hunters all meet at the campfire and exchange their experiences of the day's hunt. A delicious dinner is served after all the hunters have returned, and then many hunters will retire to the fireplace for after-dinner drinks before retiring to rest for the next day’s hunt.


The lodge consists of a modern comfortable hunting lodge that features air conditioning in the rooms. The lodge consists of 7 suites having in-suite bathrooms, and comfortable beds. Up to 7 hunters can be accommodated at any one time.

Namibia Safari BedroomFamily aroung Namibia Safari Fireplace

Both cell phone service and internet are available at the lodge. The food is excellent, and the outfitter serves beer and quality South African wines with the meals. The food and service are very good and are representative of what a hunt at an African hunting lodge should be like.

This outfitter has opened an onsite brewery,  a restaurant, and an onsite full-service spa. Hunters can eat in the restaurant if they so choose, instead of the lodge. Bring your wife, and let her see wild Namibia while indulging herself in luxury at the spa!

This area has lots of game and the trophy quality is good. Kudu size averages around 52” and trophies up to 58” are taken yearly. Gemsbok run from between 34”-38” and the cows run from 36'-40" There are lots of big gold medal red hartebeest and blue wildebeest in this region. Leopards are common and springboks are abundant. Additional animals are available per the PRICE LIST:

Link to Namibia Hunting Safari Price List


The outfitter offers a good selection of rental rifles:


You will fly into Windhoek, Namibia, and will be driven through Windhoek directly to the hunting area. It is approximately a 2-hour drive. On your way there or on the way back, you will pass by Trohaendienste Taxidermy, which is arguably the best taxidermist in Namibia. They also operate a large curio shop where you can shop for curios and gifts. I highly recommend stopping if they are open.


DEPOSIT POLICY: The deposit to book this safari is $2,000. The balance is due at the end of the hunt in US cash, personal check, or pre-wired funds.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Deposits are non-refundable, but hunts may be extended once either in the same year or to a later year at the outfitter's discretion. Any increase in the package price or trophy fee pricing or any increase in the exchange rate for hunts that are extended to subsequent years will be the client’s responsibility.  All rescheduled hunts are subject to a $150 administration fee, which will be collected by the booking agent before processing the change. 

EXCLUSIONS: Dip & pack / Airfare / Taxidermy and Trophy Shipping / Gratuities / Before and After Safari Accommodations / Spirits /

HUNT # 2021 - NA-NS-PG

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"I booked a plains game hunt in South Africa through Discount African Hunts.  The price was half of what other outfitters were selling the same package of animals for.  After being assured by John Martins that this offer was for real I went ahead and booked.  Everything turned out just like I was told and I took 7 beautiful trophies on the trip of my lifetime.  Don't let the low prices hold you back.  I am sure I will never take a hunt of this quality again at a price like I paid. My hunt was awesome!"

Jules Percival
London, UK
September 2014

"In August 2014 I took a lioness hunt with Discount African Hunts in the Northwest Province of South Africa. The PH's worked hard to customize the hunt for me as I wanted a challenging stalk ending with taking the lioness at close range by an open sighted double rifle. They exceeded my expectations as 12 miles of tracking ended with me shooting the highly agitated lioness at a distance of 25 yards with a couple of rounds of 450 NE".

"I highly recommend a lioness hunt with Discount African Hunts."

September, 2014

"I cannot thank you enough for your advice on booking this 5-star hunt. We had a great hunt!  Our PH was the best! Everything was just as you said it would be. I just wanted to let you know that I appreciated all of your help. Please use me as a reference for anyone you are talking to."

We could not be more pleased!"

Bruce Widener
June 2018