Guinea fowl, and geese, and doves! Oh, my! The glorious diversity of wing shooting proves there is more to South Africa than plains game.
And a yearning for zebra, lion or antelope can be replaced with a passion for winged targets. Among South Africa’s numerous natural blessings is its enormous diversity of bird species, somewhere in the region of 50 of which are quarry species.
Year round, but for the best sport and widest variety of species June – August.
KIT & CLOTHING
12-28 bore shotgun
Bring your own gun or rent on site.
April to July Lightweight summer shooting clothes for daytime, sun hats and sun block cream.
Warmer clothes for mornings and evenings, jacket and gloves for early mornings as vehicles are open.
Light comfortable boots for the fields.
Casual wear for evenings.
The temp in May is not normally above 20C during the day and as low as 4C or 5C at night with occasional frosts, but there is always sunshine in winter, it is rare there is ever rain at this time.
AIRPORT OF ARRIVAL
King Shaka International Airport, Durban.
VISAS & LICENCES
Visas are not required from most countries.
Hunting licences arranged by Outside Days.
Contact your GP for the latest recommendations.
We ask all our clients to ensure they hold third party liability insurance.
For foreign trips we recommend that individuals take out holiday insurance.
Tips to the PH and lodge staff.
Many places will accept USD or Stirling.