Hunting Baboon In Africa

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Test your hunting ability with the wily African baboon

Hunting Baboon In Africa

Outsmart one of the most intelligent animals in Africa.

Year-round baboon hunting in South Africa’s best-kept concessions.

Additional game hunting opportunities available during a baboon hunt.

Outsmart one of the most intelligent animals in Africa.

Year-round baboon hunting in South Africa’s best-kept concessions.

Additional game hunting opportunities available during a baboon hunt.

Let us help you book one of your most challenging hunts yet

With CV Safaris, you are guaranteed a fair and ethical hunting experience in Africa’s true wilderness. Our quality hunting concessions are paramount to the success of your safari, along with our experienced guides and team.

Premier Kalahari Concession

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CVS have exclusive hunting rights to one of the finest destinations in Africa – the Kalahari. Situated in the most remote and least populated region of South Africa, the concession’s 240 000 continuous acres make it the largest single unit hunting block in the country.

Far North Limpopo Concession

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Our Northern Limpopo concessions in on a 50 000-acre reserve privately managed and owned by a family who has a passion for wild Africa. As pioneers in South Africa’s hunting and conservation industries, the family ensures that the reserve’s natural ecological integrity is maintained, from the bushveld plains to rocky outcrops and massive Baobab trees.

Western Limpopo Concession

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This spectacular concession is set against breath-taking views of the Blouberg mountains. The 25 000-acre wilderness area offers you the opportunity to hunt a wide variety of species in a natural environment. Western Limpopo area can also be combined with a Kalahari or Zululand safari.

South Africa

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South Africa is the perfect destination for hunters of all experience levels and ability. From majestic plains to deserts, forests and wetlands, South Africa’s varied ecosystems are plentiful with different species. Please let us know if you have a specific area in mind for your baboon hunt, as we may be able to accommodate you.

Premier Kalahari Concession

kalahari

CVS have exclusive hunting rights to one of the finest destinations in Africa – the Kalahari. Situated in the most remote and least populated region of South Africa, the concession’s 240 000 continuous acres make it the largest single unit hunting block in the country.

Far North Limpopo Concession

northern-limpopo

Our Northern Limpopo concessions in on a 50 000-acre reserve privately managed and owned by a family who has a passion for wild Africa. As pioneers in South Africa’s hunting and conservation industries, the family ensures that the reserve’s natural ecological integrity is maintained, from the bushveld plains to rocky outcrops and massive Baobab trees.

Western Limpopo Concession

western limpopo

This spectacular concession is set against breath-taking views of the Blouberg mountains. The 25 000-acre wilderness area offers you the opportunity to hunt a wide variety of species in a natural environment. Western Limpopo area can also be combined with a Kalahari or Zululand safari.

South Africa

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South Africa is the perfect destination for hunters of all experience levels and ability. From majestic plains to deserts, forests and wetlands, South Africa’s varied ecosystems are plentiful with different species. Please let us know if you have a specific area in mind for your baboon hunt, as we may be able to accommodate you.

We’ll ensure that your African safari experience will remain etched in your memory books for life.

Baboons are one of the most difficult animals to hunt – with sharp eyesight, baboons are quick to sound the alarm call if they feel threatened. It’s no surprise then that baboons are considered a hunter’s worst enemy, as they send out loud alarm calls if they see you and alert other game of your existence.

Baboons live in troops of up to 250 animals, with the average troop size numbering about 50 baboons. A baboon has a life expectancy of 25-30 years. Once a male baboon reaches sexual maturity (in five to eight years), it will usually leave the troop. With an omnivorous diet, baboons forage for food both day and night.

The usual shooting distance is between 90 and 140 metres. Because baboons will run at the slightest sound or movement or sound, you’ll need to sit quietly where they don’t see you.

Stalking a baboon is usually a fruitless activity, as they will run ahead of you out of your range. Rather set up a blind on the route they typically follow from their roost to their feeding grounds and back, early in the morning and late in the afternoon. With patience and accurate shooting, you’ll secure your prize.

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We welcomed Roger for his 2nd safari with PH Hans Vermaak which took him to 3 areas – all of which offered 100% free-range hunting. Roger collected a variety of fine animals including a fabulous Roan, Baboon, Waterbuck, Hippo, Nyala and Bushbuck. Roger and Coenraad also had the opportunity to catch up having not seen each other since the mid 90’s!

We’ll ensure that your African safari experience will remain etched in your memory books for life.

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