Scientific Name: Damaliskus lunatus
Subspecies: Topi (Damaliscus l. jimela) Western Topi, Korrigum (Damaliscus l. purpurescens) Tiang (Damaliscus l. tiang)
Distribution: Tsesseby: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia and Angola Topi: Kenya, anzania and Uganda. Western Topi: Senegal, Gambia, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Cameroun, CAR. Chad and Sudan. Tiang: Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda and Congo.
Habitat: Open grassland
Description: Middlesized antelope, that weighs 150 - 160 kg and measures 110 - 130 over the shoulder. General colour reddish brown to purplish red. The horns are thick, short, deeply ridged and curving evenly backwards. Depending on the species the horns bend backwards (Topi and Tiang) or outwards (Tsesseby). All the above species are very fast animals, Tsesseby being the fastest (maybe the fastest antelope in Africa)
Hunting method: Pursch or tracking with trackers.
Hunting available in: Tsesseby: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana. Topi: Tanzania. Western Topi: Burkina Faso, Benin, Cameroun, CAR and Chad. Tiang: Ethiopia.
Unique hunts for Sitatunga, Nile Buffalo and Uganda Kob.
5 days hunting stay
Our only partner in Northern Cape province, not so far from the town of Kimberley. Hunting for 30 different game species - including slightly rarer species such as White Blesbok, all 4 Springbok colour variants, Scimitar Oryx, Tsessebe, Sable and Roan.
6 days hunting stay
Our partner in Zambia currently holds the hunting rights for some of the best hunting districts in Zambia, and provides large numbers of top quality trophies to visiting hunters. Do you dream of fantastic hunting in "the real" Africa? If so, this could be just the hunting tour for you.
7 days hunting stay
Are you looking for the ultimate luxurious experience ? Then see what we have for you here ! Exciting an unspoiled hunting area in a remote part of South Africa. And accommodation wise there are 6 private, utterly luxurious tented suites of an unheard size.
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