We offer highly competitive prices for trophy hunting and safari experiences in Namibia. Hunt for Zebra, Warthog, Oryx, Kudu, Eland, Springbok and much more.
Johan Döman is a Namibian master hunting guide and a qualified bow hunter and does most of his trophy hunting on the 30 000 ha Waterberg Conservancy. We specialize in small private trophy hunting groups of maximum 4 (four) hunters and 4 observers, in which each and everyone will receive undivided attention. Guests are accommodated in en-suite bungalows, each with its own balcony.
We arrange customized tours and safaris in Namibia for our clients on request.
If you have any questions, or need any additional information on trophy hunting, our tours or safaris in Namibia that you cannot find on our website, please dont hesitate to contact us.
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Photo credits: Andre Bergh Photography.
The Namibian government believe in a well-managed and sustainable trophy hunting as an important conservation tool which provides livelihoods, incentives for habitat conservation … and profits which can be invested for conservation purposes.
Life on land includes a target to “ensure the conservation, restoration and sustainable use of… ecosystems and their services”. This is mirrored by Article 95(l) of Namibia’s constitution which requires “the maintenance of ecosystems, essential ecological processes and biological diversity of Namibia and utilization of living, natural resources on a sustainable basis for the benefit of all Namibians, both present and future…”
In Namibia, hunting is well regulated and species-specific quotas are set annually, ensuring the sustainable use of wildlife. As wildlife populations increase, the sustainable number of animals that can be hunted also increases – this provides an economic incentive to protect and grow wildlife populations. Furthermore, as income and benefits from hunting are channelled back into conservation, a strong and sustainable hunting industry is also beneficial for the protection and restoration of biodiversity and habitat.
Wildlife populations, including elephant, lion, and black rhino, have recovered significantly over recent decades, on both private and communal land, and this is largely attributed to policy changes in Namibia.17/8/2019