Tshipise Reserve Hunting Packages

 

Tshipise Reserve has been privately owned and managed since 1974 by a family who are passionate about Africa and its wildlife. We offer the best Tshipise reserve hunting packages and prices in South Africa. You might also like hunting in Zambia.

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Hunting in Tshipise reserve, it is without a doubt one of Southern Africa’s
prime conservation areas.

Tshipise Reserve has been privately owned and managed since 1974 by a family who are
passionate about Africa and its wildlife and who are pioneers
in the South African conservation industry. The reserve is more than
55 000 acres of continuous wild Africa which is home to four of Africa’s Big 5
(Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, and White & Black Rhino) and is carefully managed
to ensure that the reserve maintains its natural ecological integrity.
With Mopane and Acacia shrubs, huge mountains, massive Baobab trees,
dry riverbeds and some open plains areas with more than 8,000 head
of game is Tshipise Reserve without a doubt one of Southern Africa’s
prime conservation areas.

Tshipise reserve hunting concessions

Our camp runs on local 220 V power. (Two and three point plugs available in each room/tent)

Tshipise reserve hunting packages

The reserve is more than 55 000 acres of continuous wild Africa

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Tshipise Reserve Hunting Concessions – General Information

 

Country

South Africa

 

Location

Limpopo province (Northeast).

 

Elevation

1800 ft.

 

Area size

55 000 acres.

 

Logistics

A connecting flight from Johannesburg (OR Tambo International Airport) is required on your “arrival day” (as per your Safari contract) to Hoedspruit (Eastgate Airport) or Polokwane International Airport and back to Johannesburg from Hoedspruit or Polokwane International Airport on the day of departure. On occasion, we change areas during a Safari thus ending the Safari in a different location in South Africa. If this is a possibility for your Safari please confirm with Graham where the alternative airport for your departure flight to Johannesburg would be.

 

Camp

Our Safari camp is designed for privacy and comprises of 5 double rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, electricity, and all necessary amenities. Our guests will enjoy 5-star cuisine either in the central dining area or around the campfire at night. Our camp also offers a beautifully appointed open lounge area where you can relax.

 

Electricity

Our camp runs on local 220 V power. (Two and three point plugs available in each room/tent) Most modern-day chargers accept 110 – 220 Volts. Please check that yours does comply or else you will need to bring a converter from 220 Volts to 110 Volts. Please bring a multi-plug adaptor with to avoid inconvenience.

 

Wi-FI

Wi-Fi available in our dining/lounge area.

 

Climate

ClimateAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober
Avg. Temperature °F78.82 °F75.92 °F71.04 °F70.32 °F76.33 °F81.95 °F84.56 °F
Min. Temperature °F58.1 °F53.46 °F47.75 °F47.79 °F51.93 °F56.23 °F62.47 °F
Max. Temperature °F95.0 °F91.4 °F84.2 °F84.2 °F93.2 °F100.4 °F100.4 °F

 

Hunting season

We can hunt year-round on Tshipise Reserve but in general, we start in April and slow down towards the end of October.

 

Hunting methods

Rifle, Bow, Handgun.

 

Species available for hunting

Gemsbok, Giraffe, Kudu (Southern Greater), Impala, Klipspringer, Nyala, Red Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Sable Antelope, Steenbuck, Tsessebe, Warthog, Waterbuck and Zebra (Burchell’s and Hartmann’s).

 

Taxidermist

Life Form Taxidermy will collect all trophies at the end of every two months (depending on the number of trophies). Life Form will be in contact with you once your trophies have been received and checked in at their facilities. Life Form Taxidermy is in White River – a 30-minute drive (North) from our offices which are in Nelspruit.

 

Typical day

Wake up will be about half an hour before sunrise. We usually have a warm breakfast of choice and will head out immediately thereafter. We will then return to camp for lunch and take a short break till we head out for the afternoon hunt. We will head back to camp at around, or just after sunset. Once in camp, a hot shower is usually in the order of the day after which we will meet around the campfire for a warm hearty dinner.