Africa, a place that is naturally endowed with species that it exclusively owns.
The mere sound of the name rings bells of adventure, exploration, realization and hunting. Because of the diversity of hunting safari, it offers as much opportunities for hunting fanatics to explore a range of Ecological Areas that have their own specialties.
Well, it’s hard to imagine how we can exactly describe the purity of Africa. It is safe though to tell you that it is filled with rich resources of plain animals suited for game, predators that follow after their kill, animals grazing on fertile and unspoiled lands and others.
Now going to the bird, at any given time of the year, a single national park can contain an average of 300 to 500 Bird Species, which make Africa not only a haven of species but also a paradise for Naturalists and ornithologists.
The plant and tree species are also diverse that it is impossible to record them all. Some species are as old as several thousand years ago, which again seemed to be the direct link to the Creator.
Al these combined (and the mixture of other components), Africa is one big paradise for man and the creations to enjoy. To flourish and to experience the Circle Of Life. The dance that plays with each organism and specie. And the life that sets the balance between the created and the wardens.
As for the hunting safari, Africa boasts the most excellent sites and species that fuel man’s passion for hunting animals in their Natural Habitats. Though hunting is restricted in some national parks, local governments still assigned African Hunting Safaris where varieties of games are enjoyed but in accordance with ethical restrictions.
Some common hunting Safari Animals in Africa are: black wildebeest, gemsbuck, Red Hartebeest, springbuck, waterbuck, bushbuck, zebras, antelopes, eland, steenbuck, rhebuck, impala, blue wildebeest, warthog, kudu and many other species.
In African Hunting Safaris, the most common method used is the rifle hunting. However, although it is popular enough there are still unsettled issues concerning the caliber of the rifle. Please check on the guidelines as suggested by you tour operator.
Next to the rifle hunting is the bow hunting, which for the present is not as customarily used as the rifle hunting. Experts see the future of bow hunting though as the standard to restrict any other issues that must be dealt with the more common form of hunting.