Botswana General Information
Ondjamba Safaris – Game Trackers Africa operates in the Ghanzi area to accommodate your plains game requirements, whilst hunting on 60 000 acres of pristine hunting grounds. Hunting in Botswana takes place from April to September each year. When booking a safari with us in Botswana, included in the daily rates you will find: accommodations, meals, beverages, table wine and daily laundry. Also, all PH & tracker services, skinning and field preparation of trophies as well as ground transportation during the safari.
Not included in the daily rates for Botswana are: Charters (if necessary) and commercial airline fares, trophy fees of animals bagged or wounded, gratuities to staff (10% is recommended), rifles and ammunition, CITES permits, tourist levies and 12% VAT on daily rates.
When you Live the African Legacy with us in Botswana you will hunt such species as Cape Eland, Common Duiker, Red Hartebeest, Spotted Hyena, Southern Impala, Jackal, Southern Greater Kudu, Blue Wildebeest, Gemsbuck, Common Waterbuck, Warthog, Burchell’s Zebra and Black Wildebeest.
The area is easily accessible via Frankfurt, with the Namibian Capital (Windhoek) as your final destination. A 6 hour drive will then take you into camp. Alternatively you can also fly to Maun via Johannesburg.
Observers are welcome in Botswana and will enjoy this beautiful country equally as much as the hunter.