Hunting on Farm Nomtsas

Many years of experience, a great variety of game and scenery so different and incomparable gave us the good name we are so proud of today.
Come hunting with us, its interesting, different, enjoyable and we are very proud of our trophy quality.
We offer sustainable and ethical hunting on the following species: Impala, Lechwe, Greater Kudu, Oryx, Springbok, Eland, Red Hartebeest, Warthog, Blessbok, Brindled and White-tailed Gnu, Chacma Baboon, Black-backed Jackal, Hartmann Mountain Zebra, BurchellĀ“s Plains Zebra, Sable Antilope, Waterbuck as well as Giraffe.
Hunting has always played an important role on Nomtsas, since hunting promotes game management and natural conservation.

Feel free to find the pricing here. You will see that we cater for every need and that we are utmost fair about what we charge for our animals. You will also find management or reduction hunt prices on the list. Please keep in mind, that you can't keep the trophy of these. If you do, we will have to charge you the trophy rate.

Please Note that hunting is not allowed during December and January and is only allowed during the day.
N.B. You do not need a hunting licence to hunt in Namibia . We bear the risk, the responsibility and the logistics. You will be guided and accompanied by a professional Master Hunting Guide and excellent indigenous trackers. No game is ever left wounded. Feel comfortable in air-conditioned Vehicles during your transfer and open off-road four wheelers during your hunting experience.

what can I, as a hunter, expect ?
Imagine an area changing between vast open plains and riverine forest, intercepted with acacia savannah and dry riverbeds.
Our hunting techniques are definitely considered fair chase. We hunt walk and stalk and from hides.
Please bring apropriate hunting clothes and at least one camouflaged top.
Shooting distances vary between 100m and 300m. Please be prepared to shoot fully concentrated, fast and precise over distances over 200m.

Preparation of Trophies
All trophies will be prepared professionally.
We measure, document and mark them thoroughly, before we deliver your trophies to the best Taxidermi in Namibia.This is required by Namibian law - direct exports are no longer allowed

You could order a dip and pack only, which would be the cheapest option, but you could also have your trophies mounted and prepared as shoulder- or full body mounts.

Weapons and Ammo
If you want to avoid all the hassle of bringing your own rifle, you could hire one of ours. Please check the Pricelist for Details

Firearm / Ammunition Allowances and Specifications:
No more than one firearm per calibre and 80 rounds per firearm will be permitted. No ammunition for other rifle calibres will be permitted. Firearms must bear the manufacturer's serial number or any other mark by which the firearm can be identified. The identification number must be stamped and the mark affixed in the prescribed manner on the barrel or the frame or the receiver of the firearm.
Minimum energy (Eco - muzzle velocity):
Smallest calibre 7 mm.
1350 Joule for Springbok, Duiker, Klipspringer etc.
2700 Joule for Red Hartebeest, Gnu, Kudu, Gemsbok, Eland etc.
No solid point cartridge is allowed to be used on antelope or any other species!!
Handguns and automatic weapons are prohibited!!
It is suggested that you bring between sixty and eighty rounds of ammunition per hunting rifle. A maximum of one-hundred rounds of ammunition may be imported per hunting rifle. Only ammunition for the specific calibre may be imported .

NB: Please let us know if you are planning to bring your own rifle, we need to send you an invitation and your Permit for you to be able to get your weapon through customs.

Please print and fill out this Document to bring rifles into Namibia Document for Importing rifles into Namibia