Hunting Kudu in Namibia

Hunting Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) is a great challenge.  Finding the old bull, and stalking it, makes it an unforgettable experience.  Often these majestic animals mysteriously disappear into nothing, naming it the grey Ghost. We have very good examples of mature bulls on Ibenstein.

Kudu trophy
Kudu trophy

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Kudu Trophy
Kudu Trophy

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Kudu Trophy
Kudu Trophy

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Hunting Eland in Namibia

Hunting Eland (Taurotragus oryx), the largest African Antelope with a shoulder height of up to 1.7 meters, requires patience and skills.  They are very alert and can trot over large distances before coming to a rest.

Eland Trophy
Eland Trophy

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Eland

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Eland Trophy

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Hunting Oryx in Namibia

Hunting the Oryx (Oryx gazella) is a great excitement as these beautiful, tough and dessert adapted animals provide not only a desired trophy but also excellent meat for the hunter to enjoy. 

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Oryx Trophy

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Oryx Trophy

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Hunting Waterbuck in Namibia

Hunting the Waterbuck (Kobus Ellipsiprymnus).  Very strong animals that are mostly found near Water.  They have a distinct white circle on their back.  They are mostly hunted in thick bush.

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Waterbuck Trophy

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Waterbuck Trophy

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Hunting Nyala in Namibia

The Nyala (Tragelaphus angasii) is hunted in the thicket of our Camelthorn Forrest.  They prefer the dark places where they can hide well.

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Nyala Trophy

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Nyala Trophy
Nyala Trophy

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Nyala 1

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Hunting Black Wildebeest 

The hunt for White Tailed Gnu (Connochaetes gnou) is possible throughout the day.  They are very territorial and will run in circles, stopping abruptly, only to continue running seemingly without a reason. 

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Black Gnou Trophy

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Black Gnou Trophy

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Hunting Blue Wildebeest 

Hunting Brindled Gnu (Connochaetes taurinus) takes place in Bushlands and savannahs.  Old bulls stay alone or in bachelor groups.

Blue Wildebeest
Blue Wildebeest

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Dust storm during the 2019 Drought
Dust storm during the 2019 Drought

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Blue Wildebeest

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Hunting Burchell's Zebra 

Hunting Burchell or Plains Zebra (Equus burchelli).  This Zebra has a black nose, stripes under the tummy and show the distinct shadow stripe between the stripes.  Being grazers, they are mostly hunted in open grass savannahs.

Burchell Zebra
Burchell Zebra

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Burchells 3

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Burchell Zebra

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Hunting Mountain Zebra 

Hunting the Hartmann or Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra hartmannae) is one of the most challenging, interesting, and rewarding hunts on Ibenstein. They have a brown nose, white stomach, and wide distinct black and white stripes on the back. Fantastic sceneries, and skillful stalks, will provide an unforgettable experience.

Zebra Trophy
Zebra Trophy

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Hartmann's Zebra
Hartmann's Zebra

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Hartmann's Zebra
Hartmann's Zebra

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Hunting Red Hartebeest

Hunting the Red Hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus).  A fast antelope with a beautiful red skin and a strange form of horns with a long nose. They are grazers and found in the bushlands and open savannahs.

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Red Hartebeest Trophy

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Hartebeest Trophy

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Red Hartebeest

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Hunting Springbuck in Namibia

Springbock hunt (Antidorcas Marsupialis) This medium sized gazelle is territorial, and the males fight for their territory.  They prefer open, short grasslands where they can spot predators.  This makes a stalk approach challenging and unforgettable as you will have to rob down on the ground as to take cover behind small bushes or termite hills.  

Springbuck Trophy
Springbuck Trophy

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Savannahs

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Springbuck Trophy

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Hunting Impala in Namibia

Hunting Impala (Aepyceros Melampus) takes place in bushlands and savannahs.  Mature, old males are found alone or in bachelor groups. Dominant males in a group of females should not be hunted.

Impala Herd
Impala Herd

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Impala at waterhole
Impala at waterhole

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Hunting Leopard in Namibia

Hunting Leopard (Panthera Pardus). The majestic Leopard is a nocturnal, spotted cat. Hunting by night and with artificial light is against the law.

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Leopard

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Leopard Trophy

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Hunting Warthog in Namibia

Hunting Warthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus) mostly takes place at a waterhole.  These animals have distinct warts on either side of their heads and beautiful white tusks that are bend upwards.

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Warthog 2

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