NEW! Kasika Conservancy
In the far north-east of Namibia, bordering Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana is a communal conservancy called Kasika. This is a community owned area directly across the river from Botswana’s famed Chobe National Park. This is one of only two conservancies in Namibia that have permanent herds of free ranging buffalo living in the area. Most hunting will be done on the chobe river by boat. Hippo and crocodile are incredibly common – some of the biggest huntable crocodile in Africa are found here.
Elephant will frequently cross into this area from Botswana. We will not be offering dedicated elephant hunts in this area. We will however, for those that are interested, add an elephant hunt to your permit. If We find a big elephant bull, you only pay the trophy fee.
This area is for someone with moderate to active hunting style – and be ready to get your feet wet – this area is one big flood plain. Most hunting will be done by boat, with spot and stalk as the hunting method.
If you don’t want to take your trophy home or would like to hunt the second of a specie – there is “own use” quota available. This allows you to shoot a male buffalo, elephant or hippo for less of a trophy fee. Nothing of an “own use” hunt isexportable.
All meat of hunted animals is distributed to the local community.
The easiest access to this area is via a one hour commercial flight from Windhoek (Eros) airport to Katima Mulilo on Air Namibia, then a road and boat transfer to the camp.
Photography by: Jofie Lamprecht