South Africa is a country endowed with bountiful wildlife. It is also a country of contrasting landscapes and extraordinary ecosystems. It has five neighboring countries, namely Namibia, Mozambique, Swaziland, Botswana and Zimbabwe, and has a coastline spanning 2 700 km.
The climate in South Africa is moderate with three rainfall regions. The South Eastern coastline, known as the 'Garden Route', is our main hunting area, has all year round rainfall. Best hunting opportunities occur in the cooler months, May - September.
The hunting terrain will vary from Eastern woodlands, grasslands and mountains. Most of the hunting is done on foot, but is not as taxing as in Zimbabwe. Indigenous species to South Africa only and other plains game are harvested here.
South Africa is the leading destination for the following safaris
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