Welcome To Graham Sales Safaris

 

Graham Sales Safaris (GSS) is based in Nelspruit (45 mins from the Kruger National Park), which is the capital of Mpumalanga, the most eastern province in South Africa. All safaris are designed on an individual basis and tailored to the trophy requirements of each client. Sustainable Safari Hunting and conservation go hand in hand…

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South Africa

South Africa is without a doubt the country that offers the best plains game, dangerous game and wing shooting in Southern Africa today. South Africa is also a premier destination for families due to the exceptional photographic and sight-seeing opportunities. GSS has acquired the hunting rights on 4 different areas that allows us to provide each client the opportunity to hunt all the plains game and dangerous game this magnificent country has to offer.

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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is known for big game hunting and so is the well know Matetsi Safari area. Since Matetsi Unit 2 has been taken over by National Parks it allows GSS to buy the quota direct from them that allows us to provide our clients a true African safari at affordable prices. Unit 2 is known for Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, Lion and some plains game species. We also hunt on 88 000 acres of private land on the banks of the Limpopo river…

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Namibia

Even though Namibia is almost as big as the state of Texas, it is the second least-populated country in the world. With its semi-desert climate and vast open spaces, Namibia allows us to offer our clients the freedom of space and an opportunity to enjoy the quality of the huge free-range areas and large privately-owned land. Along with the desert scenery, Namibia is also known for its plains game as well as its exceptional leopard hunting.

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About Graham

Graham Sales was born in South Africa and was fortunate to have had the opportunity to hunt from a young age, alongside his father, on the outskirts of the Kruger National Park. Graham obtained his Senior Certificate in 1992, completed his South African Military Service in 1993, after which he studied Agriculture. In 1998 Graham found himself in the Limpopo valley and had the opportunity to hunt numerous problem elephant. ..

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