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Wingshooting Trips and Bird Hunting Outfitters in Namibia

Namibia Upland Bird Shoots for Dove, Sandgrouse, Guineafowl, Goose, Teal, Francolin, Quail and more!

In Namibia, the bird hunting season runs from May to November, but the best wingshooting is from July to October when most of the water in the veld has dried up. During this dry season, birds will congregate at points where consistent water is available.

There is a large variety of species to select from including, but not limited to, the Laughing Dove, Cape Turtle Dove, Namaqua Sandgrouse, Double Banded Sandgrouse, Burchell Sandgrouse, Helmeted Guineafowl, Red-billed Francolin, Kurrichane Buttonquail.

Even a skilled hunter will be challenged by the speed, agility and sheer numbers of birds that flock to the waterholes.

An unmissable experience filled with adrenaline pumping moments, it is highly recommended to include wingshooting in any African plains game package.

  • Cape Turtle Dove
  • Double-banded Sandgrouse
  • Egyptian Goose
  • Helmeted Guineafowl
  • Hottentot Teal
  • Laughing Dove
  • Orange River Francolin
  • Red-billed Francolin

Plains Game Archery and Bow Hunting Trips in Namibia

For clients hunting with a bow, we have specially made bow-hunting blinds situated along a good number of waterholes. These are made from concrete to look like ant hills and will keep you safe from big game. Some of the blinds is a small wooden building with a great view to look over a long distance and is very warm and safe from any harmful animals.

A Typical Hunting Day

Depending on the species you will be hunting, and your personal preferences, your hunting day should start in the early morning hours when the air is still cool and fresh. After a hearty continental breakfast your PH will pick you up and you will be spending the entire morning out in the field. Most clients prefer to take a pick nick lunch with them in order to not interrupt their hunt, but others may choose to return to camp for a cooked lunch. After a long day out hunting you will return to camp for a buffet dinner, which is served around a comfortable camp fire under the starry Namibian night sky in our traditional lapa. Here you may share your stories with us and other hunters in camp. The hostess, Brigitte, is an excellent cook and will cater for special dietary requirements. Non-hunting observers are welcome to join the hunting party throughout the whole day, or can rest at the lodge, or take a side-trip.

Namibia Professional Hunting Outfitters

Our Professional Hunters have gained much experience in the field by dedicating between 5 to 30 years to their profession, which is equally their way of life. They will gladly share their tremendous experience and knowledge while hunting. Accommodating personalities and are committed to ensure that your hunt will be successful, safe and enjoyable. You can rest assured that ourselves and your Professional Hunter, as well as our trackers, skinners and the rest of the Team will do the utmost to meet your expectations.

Hunting Game Species Price List


Aardwolf         $1,500

African Civet    $700

African Wild Cat          $650

Baboon            $150

Bait Impala     $200

Bait Warthog  $300

Bait Zebra       $800

Bat-eared Fox $1,500

Black Impala   $1,500

Black Wildebeest        $850

Black-backed Jackal    $350

Black-faced Impala     $2,500

Blesbuck          $600

Blue Wildebeest         $850

Brown Hyena  $2,500

Brown Hyena  $1,800

Brown Springbuck       $900

Buffalo $6,000

Burchell Zebra $1,500

Bush Pig          $8,000

Bushbuck (Zim)          $1,600

Cape Fox         $1,500

Caracal $3,000

Caracal $750

Chapmans Zebra         $2,000

Cheetah           $6,000

Common Impala         $650

Copper Springbuck      $1,900

Crocodile         $7,500

Damara Dik-Dik (Nam)           $2,500

Duiker  $550

Eland Female  $1,000

Eland Male      $2,500

Elephant (Own use)    $10,000

Elephant (Trophy)       $22,000

Genet  $200

Giraffe $2,500

Grysbuck (Zim)           $1,300

Hartebeest      $650

Hartman Zebra           $1,250

Hippo  $6,000

Hippo (Own use)         $3,500

Honey Badger $850

Jackal  $150

Kalahari Springbuck    $550

Klipspringer     $2,500

Kudu    $2,500

Lechwe            $4,500

Leopard (Nam)           $5,000

Leopard (Zam) $10,000

Leopard (Zim) $10,000

Leopard All Inclusive (Nam)   $27,000

Nyala   $4,000

Oryx     $700

Ostrich $550

Reedbuck        $3,900

Roan    $7,000

Sable   $7,000

Serval  $1,850

Side-striped Jackal      $750

Spotted Hyena            $2,500

Spotted Hyena            $3,500

Steenbuck       $450

Warthog          $550

Waterbuck      $2,000

White Blesbuck           $1,000

White Springbuck        $1,400

White-tailed Mongoose          $250


Namibian Hunting Season: February – November

The hunting area varies geographically and throughout seasons. Savannahs, grass plains and mountain stretches provide a diverse habitat for various species and will allow for great hunting.

During winter (June – August), temperatures may be below freezing (32 degrees Fahrenheit) in the early mornings and at night, but will increase substantially throughout the day. Hunting during the Namibian winter season is recommendable in general because of the colder temperatures and particularly for bow hunting. Winter is dry in Namibia, and animals frequently visit the water holes equipped with bow hunting blinds during this time.

During summer months (December – February), temperatures in Namibia reach temperatures of up to 35 degrees Celsius (100 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfalls are heaviest during December and January. Landscapes in Namibia are beautiful during February, with abundant water and trees and grasses in bloom.

Autumn (March – May) is relatively warm, with temperatures of around 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit). Temperatures are moderate to mild, the grass and bush still thick but with a yellow hue. Usually no rainfalls during autumn months.

During spring time (September – November), temperatures are around 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit). Some early rain might occur, but otherwise the landscapes are very dry.

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Additional Details

  • TYPES OF HUNTS:Cull/Meat Hunts, Free Range/Fair Chase Hunts, Spot and Stalk Hunts, Trophy Hunts
  • HUNTING HARDWARE:Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleload, Archery/Bow
  • HUNTING LAND:Low Fence, Open Range, Private Lease
  • HUNTING ACCOMMODATIONS:Safari, Hunting Lodge
  • MIGRATORY BIRDS:Migratory Birds, Dove, Geese, Hottentot Teal
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  • UPLAND BIRDS:Francolin, Guineafowl, Sandgrouse
  • BLESBOK:Common, White
  • BUFFALO / BISON / MUSKOX / YAK:African Cape/Southern
  • BUSHBUCK:East African
  • BIG CATS:African Civet, African Leopard, African Wildcat, Bat-eared fox, Caracal, Cheetah, Genet Cat, Serval
  • DANGEROUS GAME:African Elephant, Hippopotamus, Nile Crocodile
  • DUIKER:Common
  • ELAND:Common
  • IMPALAS:Black-faced, Common
  • KUDU:Cape
  • LECHWE:Common
  • NYALA:Common
  • ORYX / GEMSBOK:Addax
  • PYGMY ANTELOPE:Klipspringer, Damara Dik-Dik
  • ROAN:Southern
  • SABLE:Common
  • SPRINGBUCK / SPRINGBOK:Copper, Kalahari, White
  • STEENBUCK:Steenbok
  • WATERBUCK:Common
  • WILDEBEEST:Black, Blue
  • WILD BOAR / WILD HOGS:African WartHog, Bushpig
  • ZEBRA:Burchell's, Hartmann's Mountain