The Namibian Government licenses us and our guests, subject to abundant 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 Safaris, 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-five 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. 100% of the profits go back into conserving this wildlife area and supporting our team of staff and their families.
Your hunt will take place on our licensed private hunting property, Gamsberg and Mount Barry Wilderness, comprising more than 30’000 hectares (75’000 acres) of open unfenced country, and on other suitable areas within the Gamsberg Conservancy (more than 150’000 hectares / 370’000 acres).
Species available include Oryx, Kudu, Hartman’s Mountain Zebra, Springbok, Red Hartebeest, Warthog, Duiker, Blesbok, Klipspringer, Burchells Zebra, Black and Blue Wildebeest and Steinbok. Special arrangements need to be made for Sable, Roan, Waterbuck, Eland and Impala.
We offer rifle hunting and also bow hunting, and we have shotguns available for bird shooting. All can be either hired or you can bring your own.
PRICES AND GAME FEES: Please contact us directly for our current price list.
We also offer Big Game Hunts in various different community managed conservancies in the most north-eastern tip of Namibia, the Zambezi region, previously known as Caprivi strip, an easy flight from Windhoek. The camps here are basic, but comfortable.
The hunting areas are shared with the local community, who have been living in the area for a long time and manage it today. A large proportion of the proceeds for these hunts go directly towards community development and empowerment as well as wildlife conservation and management in the area. The funding also helps offset any damage caused by wildlife/human conflict and supports education and anti-poaching efforts within the conservancy as well as providing significant employment. Additionally all the meat goes directly to the various villages and forms a large part of their protein intake throughout the year – all these factors being essential to conserving wildlife in these areas for the future by giving people an incentive to conserve and appreciate wildlife, knowing its worth.
Species available for hunting include buffalo, crocodile and hippo, as well as limited Plains Game. A week in the Zambezi region makes a great add-on (or safari in itself) to a week at Gamsberg and Mount Barry Conservancy.
Zambezi safaris start and end in Katima Mulilo (flights from Windhoek to Katima Mulilo currently depart every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and return the same day in the afternoon).