7 days from €2,250
Together with Osonjiva Hunting Safaris we have decided to make this special offer which applies to hunts taking place during February, March, April and May. As you need to book a minimum of 6 days hunting, the prices shown are based on a 7 night stay including 6 days hunting.
Osonjiva is around a 3 hour drive from Windhoek airport, close to the Waterberg national park and the town of Otjiwarongo.
You will be met at the airport and then driven to Osonjiva, giving you time to enjoy the unusual but beautiful scenery en route, you will also be able to have a good chat about the country and your upcoming hunt. The hunting district presents no physical challenge, as it is relatively flat. A number of high seats have also been erected around the hunting district.
If you would like to hunt mountain zebra, you will need to be in pretty good physical shape, as this hunt takes place in a somewhat mountainous district, around a 3 hour drive away from the farm. However, in return you will enjoy an extraordinary experience
The accommodation in the lodge, which is built in classical African style in stones with thatched roof, is really comfortable and provides the right African atmosphere during your stay. The lodge now consists of 2 executive suites with minibar, 2 double rooms, 1 family room and 2 twin rooms. Each room is decorated individually and equipped with electronic safe, water dispenser and en-suite...Read more
Osonjiva Hunting Safaris is very popular among our clients, who have visited this destination during the many years where Limpopo Travel has represented them. Here you can hunt the typical Namibian plains game species, and the trophy fees on species such as Oryx, Hartebeest, Blue Wildebeest and Warthog are very attractive. The population of game on this hunting farm is fantastic, and the quality...Read more
Osonjiva is owned by Tinus van Rensburg, and is loved and known by our customers because of the quality of the hunting. Osonjiva has 5 professional hunters, so they can take groups up to 10 hunters 2:1. “Single” hunters, couples and smaller groups are of course also welcome.Read more
Scientific Name: Connochaetes gnou Subspecies: none Distribution: South Africa ( lives on game farms in Namibia) Habitat: Open grass veld and subdesert steppes. Description: Middle-sized animal of the Gnu-family with a weight of 150 - 170 kg and a shoulder-height of 120 cm. General colour dark brown to jet black and its tail is pure white. A characteristic feature of the White-tailed Gnu is...Read more
Scientific Name: Connochaetes Taurinus Subspecies: Whitebearded Wildebeest (C.t. mearnsi) Cookson's Wildebeest (C.t. Cooksoni) Distribution: Blue Wildebeest: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa and Namibia. Whitebearded Wildebeest: Tanzania and Kenya Cookson's Wildebeest: Luangwa Valley in Zambia. Habitat: Found in all kinds of Bush, but prefers open grassy plains with thorny...Read more
Scientific Name: Damaliscus dorcas Subspecies: Blesbok (Damaliscus d. phillipsi) Distribution: South Africa and Namibia (in game farms) Habitat: Open bush and grassland Description: The two species are here described as one as the difference between them is negligent. (Bontebok is darker in colour, has deeper grooves in its horns, has all white legs and the facial white band is usually...Read more
Scientific Name: Equus burchelli Subspecies: Grant's Zebra (E. b. bohmi) Chapman's Zebra (E. b. antiquorum) Distribution: Burchell's Zebra: Botswana and South Africa.(The original burchell's zebra is extinct.) Grant's Zebra: Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia. Chapman's Zebra: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, botswana, Namibia, Angola and Zambia. Habitat: Open grassy plains...Read more
Scientific Name: Profelis caracal Subspecies: Geographic subspecies, but all are here descriped as one. Distribution: Are found in most of Africa, apart from the Central- and West African States. Habitat: All types of savanna, often in the vicinity of rocks. Description: A fairly big and robustly built cat, with the proportions of a lynx. It weighs around 25 kg and has a shoulder height of 50...Read more
Scientific Name: Acinonyx jubatus Subspecies: Possibly one in Africa, as certain authors acknowledge the King Cheetah (A. j. rex) as a subspecies. Others consider it a mere individual variant or phase of the normal type. Distribution: Stretching from Senegal in the West to Ethiopia and Somalia in the East and across a broad belt along the East African coast to northern South Africa, Zimbabwe,...Read more
Scientific Name: Sylvicapra Grimmia Subspecies: Classification of subspecies is very variable, we have chosen only to count two: Western Bush Duiker and East African Bush Duiker. Distribution: From the desert rim in Northern Africa to the Southern tip of the Continent, the West African rainforest excepted. Habitat: As the species is a typical bush duiker it lives, as the name suggests in...Read more
Scientific Name: Taurotragus oryx livingstoneiSubspecies: SCI lists Cape Eland as Tragelaphus oryx with three subspecies, which means that SCI counts the Cape Eland with the spiral horned antelopes. We have chosen to list Cape Eland under it's scientific name Taurotragus with two subspecies: Livingstone's Eland (Taurotragus oryz livingstonei) East African Eland (Taurotragus o....Read more
Scientific Name: Giraffe camelopardalis Subspecies: Normally divided into northern and southern species: The Northern subspecies: Nubian Giraffe ( G. c. camelopardialis) Reticulated Giraffe (G. c. reticulata) Baringo Giraffe (G. c. rothschildi) The southern subspecies: Kenya Giraffe (G. c. tippelskirchi) Southern Giraffe (G. c. giraffa) Distribution: The different species of Giraffe have common...Read more
Scientific Name: Alcelaphus b caama Subspecies: Is itself a subspecies of Alcelaphus buselaphus. Distribution: South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Angola Habitat: Open grassland and savanna. Description: Middlesized antelope, that weighs around 170 kg and measures 120 - 140 cm over the shoulder. General colour light reddish brown. The horns are black and heavy, curved at first slightly...Read more
Scientific Name: Aepyceros melampus Subspecies: East African Impala (Aepyceros m. rendillis) Angola Impala (Aepyceros m. petersi) Distribution: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Congo (Zaire) Habitat: Open bush and Acacia savanna Description: The three species are here descriped as on as the difference in appearance is negligent...Read more
Scientific Name: Aepyceros melampus petersi Subspecies: One of the two currently recognised subspecies of impala, the other being the common impala (A. m. melampus) Distribution: Northwest Namibia and southwestern Angola. Habitat: Inhabits woodlands as it prefers to be in shade. Sometimes found in the transitional areas between woodland and savannah. Always close to water. Description: A...Read more
Scientific Name: Madoqua Kirki Subspecies: Damara Dik-Dik (Madoqua damarensis) Distribution: Kirk's Long Snouted Dik-Dik: Tanzania and Kenya Damara Dik-Dik: Namibia and Angola. Habitat: Bush and thickets, often in the vicinity of rocks or mountains. Description: Small antelope weighing up to 6 kg with a shoulder height normally not exceeding 45 cm. The Dik-Dik's nose is moderaterly elongated,...Read more
Scientific Name: Tragelaphus strepsiceros Subspecies: Southern Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros strepsiceros) East African Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus str. bea). Western Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus str. cottoni) Distribution: From Chad, Sudan and Ethiopia in the North through all countries along the East coast as well as Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Botswana, Angola and South Africa. Habitat:...Read more
Scientific Name: Tragelaphus angasi Subspecies: None Distribution: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi. Habitat: Dense Bush and in thickets along rivers and streams. Description: Middlesized anthelope of 110 - 130 kg and a shoulderheight of 110 - 120 cm. General colour dark slaty brown with a purplish tinge, with white and lightbrown markings. The Nyala has ca. 11 white...Read more
Scientific Name: Oryx gazella gazella Subspecies: Beisa Oryx (Oryx g. beisa) Fringe-eared Oryx (Oryx g. callotis) Distribution: South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and Angola. Habitat: Dry plains and sub-desert. Description: Large antelope with a very compact body. The Gemsbok reaches a weight of 220 kg and a height of around 120 cm. General colour pale fawn grey, with striking patternon head and...Read more
Scientific Name: Struthio camelus Subspecies: There are three living and one extinct subspecies of common ostrich: North African Ostrich(S. c. camelus), South African Ostrich (S. c. australis), Masai Ostrich (S. c. massaicus) and the extinct Arabian Ostrich( S. c. camelus). Distribution: The Sahel, parts of East Africa and Southern Africa Habitat: Plains, open thorn bush country and...Read more
Scientific Name: Kobus leche Subspecies: Kafue Lechwe (Kobus l. kafuensis) Black Leckwe (Kobus l. Smithemani) Distribution: Lechwe: Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Angola Kafue Leckwe: Zambia and Congo (Zaire) Black Lechwe: Zambia (Bangweolo swamps) Habitat: Swamps and wetlands (see Sitatunga) Description: The tree species will be described as one as the difference between them is negligent:...Read more
Scientific Name: Hippotragus equinus Subspecies: 6 subspecies are recognised but we have chosen only to describe those that are available for trophy hunting at present. East African Roan (Hippotragus e. langheldi) Western Roan (Hippotragus e. koda) Distribution: Southern Roan: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana. East African Roan: Tanzania and Kenya. Western Roan: From...Read more
Videnskabeligt navn: Hippotragus niger Underarter: Hippotragus n. kirkii, Hippotragus n. roosevelti. Giant Sable (Hippotragus n. Variani) beskrives ikke da den på nuværende tidspunkt er truet af udryddelse. Udbredelse: Sydafrika, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia Botswana, Namibia, Tanzania og Kenya. Levested: Åben bush og græssletter men findes også ofte i miombo- og...Read more
Scientific Name: Antidorcas marsupialis Subspecies: Antidorcas m. hohmeyeri, a. m. angolensis. Distribution: From Angola in the North till the northern parts of South Africa with main distribution in Namibia and Botswana. Habitat: Open dry plains and semi-desert. Small gazelle with relatively long legs. The Springbok reaches ca. 95 in height and has an average weight of 25 - 45 kg. General...Read more
Scientific Name: Raphicerus campestris Subspecies: Authors dissagree on the number of subspecies, and 1 to 8 subspecies are more or less recognized. Distribution: South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique, Kenya and Tanzania. Habitat: Open plains with bush and very little woodland. Description: Small antelope weighing 10 - 15 kg with a shoulder height normally not...Read more
Scientific Name: Phacochoerus aethiopicus Subspecies: Up to 7 species recognised, below descriped as one: Distribution: All of Africa, south of the Sahara Desert, excepting the West African rainforest and the desert of Namibia. Habitat: Open bush and savanna. Description: An ugly pig-like animal, weighing up to 100 kg, and measuring 70 cm over the shoulder. It has a compact elongated body and...Read more
Scientific Name: Kobus Defassa Subspecies: Common Waterbuck (Kobus d. ellipsiprymnus) Crawshay's Waterbuck (Kobus d. crawshayi) Sing Sing Waterbuck (Kobus d. unctuosus) Distribution: Difassa Waterbuck: Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Sudan. Common Waterbuck: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and Sudan. Crawshay's Waterbuck: Zambia and Namibia (Caprivi) Sing...Read more
Scientific Name: Ceratotherium Simum Subspecies: Ceratotherium s. cottoni. Distribution: South Africa, Sudan and Zimbabwe (------). Due to civilwar in southern Sudan it is difficult to judge how many White Rhinos are actually left in the area. The most negative report say that it is now totally extinct in Sudan. Others are of the opinion that some individuals may have escaped into Uganda. In...Read more
Scientific Name: Equus zebra Subspecies: Hartmann's Mountain Zebra (E. z. hartmannae) Distribution: Mountain Zebra: South Africa Hartmann's Mountain Zebra: Namibia. Habitat: Dry stony mountains and hills. Description: A zebra with horse-like features weighing up to 250 kg, with a shoulder height of around 130 cm. General colour white or buff with conspicuous black stripes. On neck and body,...Read more
Package A includes 7 days accommodation/ 6 days hunting 2:1 and the 4 named head of game.
Each hunter must shoot min. 1 of each of the 4 game species listed below:
|Normal Price||Special Price|
|Black Wildebeest female||€300||€150|
It is also possible to shoot extra game following the normal price list.
Package B includes 7 days accommodation/ 6 days hunting 2:1 and the 4 named head of game.
Each hunter must shoot only 1 of the following:
|Normal Price||Special Price|
It is also possible to shoot extra game following the normal price list.
The price show for this tour is for guidance only as fluctuations in the exchange rate may need to be taken into account. The actual price of the tour will be agreed later.
|Waterbuck||1500||-||White Rhino||on request|