We are able to hunt the entire year, but the most popular time for rifle hunting is from March to the end of October. Our main hunting area in the Limpopo Province consists of 38000 acres, with more concessions from within 10 minutes to an hour’s drive from there.  We also have fine hunting areas in the Freestate and Eastern cape. Should you feel like something different, hunting new species and traveling the African continent, we also offer excellent hunts in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Uganda. We have over 42 species on offer. Plains game, exotic game as well as the Big 5 or as it is described lately the "dangerous six" -  Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Hippo. We will move to wherever necessary depending on Tag availability and natural habitat. Our plains game hunts are also an experience of a lifetime.

Mbogo Safaris has exclusive rights for bow hunters on Bow-hunting only concessions. The best times for bow hunting is from July until the end of October. Our bow hunting hides consists of ground blinds and above ground hides and are situated near waterholes or feeding areas or alternately you can conduct walk and stalk hunts. The use of anti-scent sprays are highly recommended. Spare arrows, spare broadhead blades, strings and other spares should be brought with.  Clothing does not have to be all camo, but preferably dark.

We offer you a choice of hunting options. Clients can hunt off the Trophy Price List on a Daily Rate; alternatively, you can choose a package or we can tailor make a package for your needs.

We undertake to always provide our hunters with the best hunting concessions, rich in game diversity and quality trophy selection. We will make you an ambassador for Mbogo Safaris in rifle or bow hunting whether you are a novice or an experienced hunter.

Hunting in the Eastern Cape Province - SOUTH AFRICA

The Eastern Cape province was once considered one of the richest wildlife areas in South Africa. Unrestricted hunting in colonial times, however, put quite a dent in the wildlife population of the era. Many animals were considered pests or a menace to the livelihood of farmers and human expansion. These animals were practically wiped out in many areas.

Through the efforts of national parks, game reserves and game concessions, the wilderness of the Eastern Cape has been relatively restored to its former glory. A wide variety of plains game species and dangerous game species are now available for trophy hunting in the Eastern Cape - even the tiny blue duiker, along with the unique opportunity to hunt the caracal with dogs.


For the Hunter who wants more than just trophies, but also to enjoy true traditional track hunting, Mozambique offers the ultimate experience. The areas we hunt in are vast open natural land, where game still roams freely as far as the eye can see. Hunting areas in Mozambique are open territories, not fenced. The average area is approximately 150,000 acres. Hunting in Mozambique begins in a 4x4 vehicle from the camps, then once in the bush, tracking on foot but sometimes done by tracking directly from the camps. In most areas the terrain is flat and the hunting is not very physically demanding.