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Tumuga Hunting Safaris

About Our African Hunting Safaris

Wildlife has been protected on our reserve for the past sixty years and some of the widest variety of plains game species in Southern Africa is found at Tumuga Hunting Safaris. A part of the reserve has been in the Van den Heever family since 1906. Ethical hunting is our main objective and we always take extra care to ensure our continuous contribution to the sustainability of our beautiful and diverse country.

Your Hunting Day:

Your hunting day starts with a sunrise breakfast before challenging the wild African bush. Remember to apply sunblock and wear hats as often as possible as the African sun can be very harsh. Hunting will be a combination of driving and stalking of animals. Enjoy the fun of stalking the 'African Ghost' (kudu) or chasing bushbuck out of the thick brushes next to the Limpopo River. A deserving brunch at midday and a short siesta will recharge your batteries after an exciting hunting session.

Enjoy a quick drink to quench your thirst and off we go! Exhausted, but full of excitement you return to the camp, relax at the campfire with your favourite drink and have a mouth-watering dinner. Listen to the cry of the jackals while experiencing the most beautiful African sunsets over the Limpopo River.


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Hunting from Vehicle
Typical hunting vehicle Andre van den Heever (PH) with a huge waterbuck that died during a fight with another male.


Herd of Eland Hunting Day


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