Licences & permits – Game:
Licences & permits – Firearms:
Calibers & ammunition:
Ammunition we recommend:
Certain species requires special licences/or permits, in particular CITES permits. CITES permits can be obtained from federal wildlife permit office. On most plains game the trophy fee includes the licence fee. If your Safari is scheduled to take place in any our Nature Reserves, a hunting permit is required for each specie and the number of each specific species in each hunter’s name – please indicate on your Safari contract exactly what species you are interested in hunting. By doing so it will be able for our offices to buy the necessary hunting permits (in the hunter’s name) before the commencement of your Safari.
Firearms require a temporary import permit. Please see below for downloads, or the “Hunters’ Support” website to assist you in obtaining these. (www.hunterssupport.com) Bow hunters do not need an import permit to bring their bows into the country.
For most plains game up to Eland, a 7mm Mag.,30-06,.300 Win. Mag./Weatherby,.338 Win. or similar calibers work well, and opt for the greatest bullet weight available per caliber. A minimum caliber of .375 is required by law for all dangerous game species.
- Trophy Bonded Bear Claw
- Swift A-Frame
- Barnes X
- (Good quality Monolithic)
- Trophy Bonded Sledgehammer
- Barnes Super Solids
Terms of Business
We confirm a Safari on receipt of a deposit calculated at 50% of the total daily rate of the Safari, the balance of the calculated daily rates is due 6 months prior to the commencement of your Safari. (plains game only)
Please contact Graham Sales regarding deposit/payment when a Safari is booked in the Timbavati & Klaserie Private Nature Reserves
TROPHY FEES AND ADDITIONAL UPGRADES AND COSTS:
Graham Sales Safaris does not have any control over the rising costs of hunting.
That being said, all trophy fees and additional upgrades or costs will be based upon the year that the Safari takes place unless otherwise stated in your Safari contract.
Cancellation of the Safari:Should the Client within 180 days prior to a Plains game Safari or within 360 days prior to a Dangerous game Safari(Cape Buffalo, Elephant, Hippopotamus, Leopard, Lion, Rhinoceros) request for cancellation of the Safari or request changes to the Safari Details which inevitably result in the Safari being cancelled, the Client will forfeit the Deposit paid.
Should the Client be forced to cancel/postpone the Safari due to medical reasons, Sales Safaris, in its sole discretion,may allow the Client to reschedule the Safari to mutually agreeable dates during the next Safari season. Sales Safaris,for its consideration, may also request the Client to provide it with a medical certificate stating the medical condition causing the Client to cancel/postpone the Safari. Should Sales Safaris decide not to reschedule the Safari but, in its sole discretion, consider the grounds for cancellation due to medical reasons to be valid, the Client will be entitled to are fund of his/her deposit less any costs or expenses already incurred by Sales Safaris inclusive of but not limited to,initial costs, administration costs, payments made in advance for any of the items as referred to in clause A4 and/or A5 of the Schedule above (Safari contract) as a result of the cancellation or any further damages the cancellation brought about for Sales Safaris.
Should any monies in terms of this agreement be paid back to the Client at any time, the amount to be paid back will be calculated against the same exchange rate at the time when the money was received by Sales Safaris and the money will be paid back in Rand (Rand equivalent received) and not in the foreign currency it was paid into the Sales Safaris bank account.
Full payment of your Safari is due on your last day of the Safari, either by means of cash, personal check or wire transfer. Credit card facilities available in certain areas, a 3.9% charge is applicable. (unfortunately South Africa does not take American Express)