Giraffe & Tiger Fish – N.E. Namibia
One hunter and one non-hunter are invited to the wilds of NE Namibia for nine days. The bid winners will spend a total duration of nine days in Namibia. Five days will be hunting, two transfer days, and two fishing days.
The hunter may use rifle, bow or muzzleloader The hunt includes trophy fees for 1 Bull Giraffe and 1 trophy animal of choice (kudu, gemsbuck, eland, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, giraffe).
The trip may be taken in 2019 or 2020. Additional animals may be added for extra cost. Additional hunters may be added at $380 USD per day per hunter. Observers may be added at $200 per day, per observer. The camp maximum is four people, total hunters and observers).
Included: Lodging, meals, cold beer, transfers
Not Included: Airfare, cost of 2 nights (before and after) at Safari hotel in Windhoek, tips to guides, tips to staff, taxidermy, additional trophy fees, firearms permit and fees if bringing your own gun.
Nestled near the Caprivi Strip, Eldoret Safaris’ vast properties border the unfenced Bushman tribal lands that contain several different ecosystems. This is a classic African “on foot” plains game safari behind bushmen trackers. Well known as some of the finest in the world, they will not disappoint. Each morning starts with the search for fresh tracks or following up on the tracks from the last evening. Most days will result in slow tracking 6-12 miles, but nothing quite matches the excitement of tracking a free ranging Eland, Kudu, or Big Bull Giraffe. Every evening, fresh game tenderloin along with local favorites and a cold Windhoek lager await your return.
After a successful hunt in the bushmen lands, you will travel less than two hours to spend the next few nights on the banks of the Okavango river. You’ll be comfortable in our well-appointed bungalows with open air Brie’s during your river adventure. You’ll spend two days fishing for the the mighty Tiger Fish along with many other unusual river fish. Making up the border of southern Angola and North East Namibia Hippos, crocs, and massive amounts of bird life call this river home. This adventure is a rare treat of unspoiled Africa in one of the safest countries on the continent.
MINIMUM BID: $2,500
All outreach, grants, scholarship, awards, and other means of support are done in accordance with our Mission Statement.
Four Corners Chapter SCI
To promote good fellowship among all who love the outdoors and hunting.
To promote conservation of the world’s renewable wildlife resources, recognizing hunting as one of the many management tools.
To educate youth, sportsmen, and the public in conservation of our wildlife and our forest, which is our natural heritage.
To share our knowledge and hunting experiences among all our membership.
To operate the association as a non-profit organization, consistent with its charitable purposes, while providing enjoyment for our members. Always with the goal of helping to conserve the animals that we love to hunt today, for those who will come to love the sport tomorrow.
We support our mission through our fundraising efforts and providing grant donations. Our annual banquet/fundraiser is the primary source of funds. All monies collected go toward our efforts. The good news is 70% of all funds raised stay here. That’s right the majority of our efforts stay local. If you or someone you know have a group which would like to apply for a grant, please submit your application to the address below.
Submit all inquiries to:
Four Corners SCI
PO Box 1401
Bayfield, CO 81122