Hunting at Gamsberg

The Namibian Government licenses us and our guests, subject to sufficient and monitored game populations, to selectively use some of the natural increase of the wildlife resource on our land. When on Safari with Robin Hurt Safari Company, you can be sure that emphasis on Conservation comes first.

The “Stalking" of game animals is only undertaken with fair chase principals – following an acclaimed tradition practiced by us for over fifty years , throughout the game fields of Africa. “Game Stalking" pays for the conservation of numerous wildlife species at Gamsberg and Mount Barry.
The chance of the chase is what “Game Stalking" is all about . An obligation of respect for the wildlife of this country. The Game Laws of Namibia are strictly adhered to.

Depending on game species required, your hunt will take place on our licensed private hunting property, Gamsberg and Mount Barry Wilderness, comprising close to 20’000 hectares of open unfenced country, and on other suitable areas within the Gamsberg Conservancy (130’000 hectares of open land).

We offer different hunt timetables, as per our price list. Common species available include Oryx, Kudu, Hartman’s Mountain Zebra, Springbok, Red Hartebeest, Warthog, Duiker, Blesbok, Klipspringer, Burchells Zebra, Black and Blue Wildebeest and Steinbok. For bird shooters, the sand grouse shooting in Namibia is superb. Special arrangements which we can organise need to be made for Sable, Roan, Waterbuck, Eland and Impala.

We offer rifle hunting and also bow hunting, and have shotguns available for bird shooting. All can be either hired or you can bring your own.

Gamsberg, your base for your safari in Namibia, is situated 1.5 hours (126 kilometres) South West of Windhoek in the beautiful Khomas Hochland region. For more information, please visit the accommodation page.

PRICES AND GAME FEES: Please contact us direct for all costs and game fees so that we can quote you for your special requirements.