Hunt with us
Zulu Afrika Safaris offer you an experience that captures the true essence of the wild Africa.
We are a small and exclusive Safari Outfit with a good reputation for professionalism and a high standard of ethics. Based in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, we operate our safaris throughout the country on our exclusive hunting areas referred to locally as hunting concessions.
All our camps are of the finest standard. The camps vary from luxury safari tents, ranch homesteads to thatched hunting lodges. Accommodation at all the camps is excellent, catering for your every need. The camp staff will ensure your comfort and safety at all times. Our equipment and vehicles are of top quality and reliability.
A Normal Hunting Days Procedure
After a good night's sleep, you are woken early in the morning by your Professional Hunter to prepare for the days hunting. A typical day starts with tea, coffee, toast, cereal and biscuits.
Before we leave, we make a final check that everyone has remembered their ammunition, cameras and anything else they might need for the day. A first aid box and cooler with liquid refreshments are at all times available on the vehicle. Perched up on the back of an open vehicle we head off into the hunting area in search of a trophy animal.
Once the Professional Hunter and Tracker have sighted a potential trophy, you disembark from the vehicle. After loading your rifle, you fall in behind the Tracker and Professional Hunter, stalking the free ranging animal on foot.
You will have the opportunity to see your guides' skills at manoeuvring you into a suitable position for you to be able to take a clear shot at the selected target.
Once the animal is down and all safety precautions have been adhered to, the vehicle will be retrieved. On completion of the photo session, the animal is taken to the skinning facility. Here the Tracker and Skinners will take care that your animal is skinned according to your request.
Hunting takes place until late morning before returning to camp for brunch. After this hearty meal there is time to relax and enjoy a well-deserved siesta.
If you are hunting far away from camp, a picnic lunch will be provided and you are likely to spend most of the day hunting. Tea is taken in the early afternoon and we hunt until sunset. At dusk we have time to enjoy a magnificent African sunset and sundowners before returning to camp.
Enjoy a refreshing shower and meet for drinks around the fire before dinner. Traditional foods, fresh vegetables, salads and good South African wines are served with the meal.
After dinner, we enjoy a nightcap, share a few stories and plan the following days hunt.
Then its time to hit the sack, feeling satisfied after a great days hunting, an experience to share with friends at a later stage when you have returned home.