Steenbok hunting in Namibia
Steenbok antelope hunting in Namibia
A mature trophy is considered to be a male Steenbok “past its prime”.
.243 (or equivalent in mm) / 1350 joules
Did you know?
A steenbok flees in zigzag lines and usually looks back only once, the hunter must be prepared for this moment.
Indigenous to Namibia
Historical habitat range in the entire country
- Only male steenboks have horns
- Horns must extend beyond the tips of the ears on a past prime buck
- Steenbok horns stand farther apart than from duiker, horn tips are very sharp and horns are very smooth and slightly curved forward
- Males are territorial and usually solitary, except during the mating season
Indigenous & unfenced
Discover all hunting farms with a high free-range population of steenbok antelopes
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
Erongo hunting farm #4
✓ perfect for small groups & families
✓ outstanding cuisine made from ingredients harvested on site
✓ comfortable farmhouse style with pool
✓ great biodiversity in open savannah areas and rugged mountains
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
Discover which indigenous, free-roaming game species are found in Namibia
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