Limpopo Concession

Limpopo Province is one of the nine Province located within South Africa, and it enjoys a rich African wildlife and cultural history. Limpopo Province is named after the Limpopo River, and has a vast expanse of bushveld wilderness inhabited by an abundance of wildlife species. Limpopo is a perfect place for you to hunt and enjoy the richness that South Africa has to offer.
Limpopo is truly a spectacular place to hunt, with its world-famous Baobab trees. In fact, the largest Baobab in the World is located here. Baobabs are extremely large African trees, sometimes described as “upside-down trees” due to their shortened branches that look more like roots. Some of the Baobabs in Limpopo are rumoured to be more than 3000 years old.

The Limpopo River area is a 4 hour and 30 min drive from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg. The beauty and uniqueness of Limpopo’s hunting concessions make each new day exciting. This can include hunts ranging from mountainous bush to the veldt plains.
These areas consist of thick bushveld, and some of the best hunting that can be found in Africa. It is still one of the hidden gems that is tucked away, and most of the river in this area is frequented by large wild animals as it borders the great Tulli Block of Botswana. The absolute beauty of the area will mesmerize you, and will remain with you for many years to come.

The crackle of a lead wood fire, paired with a hyena laughing in the night, the roar of a lion and the hippos calling at dusk and dawn will send shivers down your spine. The feeling is indescribable when you realize that this setting forms the backdrop of your hunting safari.

Camp # 1:

This camp has both a restaurant and bar, and is strategically situated about 200m from the Limpopo river.
We utilise this camp as a base camp, and conduct the bushbuck and waterbuck hunts on the same property.

Camp # 2:

This camp site is merely 15min drive from Camp # 1, and is situated on a 5000 hectare property.
This camp is situated on the banks of the Limpopo River, and is a bit more rustic than the others. This particular camp site offers incredible hunting, and this area specifically attracts large waterbuck, bushbuck, the sought-after kudu, as well as warthog.

Camp # 3:

This uniqueness of this camp is that it offers the most spectacular sightings of some of the most magnificent game; namely, elephant, lion, hippo, and crocodile, with the occasional wild dog sightings.

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