Impala hunting in Namibia

Black-faced Impala hunt in Africa

Black-faced Impala hunting in Namibia

A mature trophy is considered to be a buck Impala “past its prime”.


Minimum caliber:

.243 (or equivalent in mm) / 1350 joules


Did you know?

Impalas snort when they see danger to warn each other.

Indigenous to Namibia

Historical habitat range in the northwestern areas of the country

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Indigenous & unfenced

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Region Erongo

Erongo hunting farm #5

✓ perfect for a maximum of two adventurers who love the rustic & traditional hunt
✓ natural hunting areas (without cattle/farm operations)
✓ accommodation in safari tents
✓ hunting moments in unique nature that leave a lasting impression

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