Kemp African Safaris understands that booking an African Safari poses numerous questions. We want to be there for you throughout the process, from the moment you start planning to the day that your precious trophies are with you in your home. Below is some information that will be helpful. If any of your questions have not been answered in one of these categories, please send us an email for further explanation.
The essential documentation involved when booking a Hunting Safari, which typically comprises the hunting reservation form and an indemnity form for each person.
While we do not handle the taxidermy process of your trophies ourselves, we work closely with the taxidermists. Here you will find information on the taxidermists as well as information relevant to the dipping, shipping and mounting of trophies in South Africa.
Temporary Rifle Importation
Important guidelines for the temporary importation of your rifles to South Africa.
In this section, we offer some useful information regarding rifle calibres that will complement the species that you plan to pursue on your Hunting Safari.
What to Pack
Some recommendations regarding what to pack when traveling to South Africa.
In this section we discuss some medical considerations when travelling to South Africa.
It is important that any medical precautions should first be discussed with your personal physician.
When are the best times for a safari?
The more temperate conditions of a South African winter make it the ideal time to enjoy a hunting safari. The cooler weather and sparser bush make for better hunting conditions than during the summer.