Springbok hunting in Namibia

Springbok hunt in Africa

Springbok antelope hunting in Namibia

A mature trophy is considered to be a male springbok “past its prime”.


Minimum caliber:

.243 (or equivalent in mm) / 1350 joules


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A male springbok is territorial and therefore can be found either alone or in a herd with females.


Indigenous to Namibia

Historical habitat range mostly in the south and west, but also in the Khomas Highlands

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Indigenous & unfenced

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Region Khomas

Khomas hunting farm #1

✓ perfect for up to 4 hunting friends or couples
✓ elegant chalets with wide panoramic views
✓ varied & wildlife rich habitat for stalking
✓ horseback safaris through the African bush

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Region Khomas

Khomas hunting farm #3

✓ perfect for two hunters
✓ hunting experience in the fascinating Kalahari foothills with vast savannah areas in the midst of rolling hill ranges
✓ rustic farmhouse style or adventure wildcamping possible

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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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Region Khomas

Khomas hunting farm #6

✓ perfect for a maximum of two hunters incl. accompanying persons or families
✓ special combination possibility of hunting on the farm area AND exclusive concession areas
✓ accommodation in apartments or fully equipped safari tents

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