In the beautiful mountainous Khomas Hochland, with its spectacular views, is home to the Hartmannâ€™s mountain zebra. One of Africaâ€™s highlights is most certainly hunting the mountain zebra on foot in the mountains. Here, has once more secured hunting rights on various top class private properties. The main area, consisting of 11 600 ha (28 560 acres), is situated 40 miles west of Windhoek. An additional 24 280 ha (60 000 acres), scattered throughout the Khomas Hochlandâ€™s mountains, is available to us, especially for hunting leopard. All the properties have stock proof fencing, so the herds of zebra and oryx can roam free. Stock proof fence (1,2 m / 4 foot is standard for cattle farmers) is no hindrance for kudu, which in one leap can clear a fence up to 2 m / 6,5 foot high. Fresh signs of leopard, cheetah and hyena are seen regularly, with a sighting of these shy animals not ruled out. The king of the stones, the little klipspringer, is regularly sighted but quotas are strictly controlled by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism. Accommodation is Namibian ranch style, in a comfortable guest facility away from the main farmhouse (2x double room, sharing one bathroom and toilet + 2x double room, sharing one bathroom and toilet). Fly camps are used in the more remote areas.
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