Here you can book your Kalahari hunting adventure to Uitspan Hunting Ranch in Namibia.
We created the form below so that you can give us an idea of what you would like to hunt. Fill in the required fields below and click on "Book This Hunt For Me" to ensure that we have your preferred hunting date available! Changes to the wishlist and/or dates can be discussed with us via e-mail. Once we receive your form, we will contact you.
We will also send a detailed cost calculation for you before you need to pay a deposit. You will then know exactly what the total cost of your safari will be. We assure you that there will be no hidden costs.
Your booking will be confirmed and reserved as soon as Uitspan Hunting receives a deposit of 40% of the daily fees (for designated length of the safari) payed to our bank account.
Your deposit will reserve your hunt with us on your preferred date. This is a safety measure for both you as client and for us as operator.
Your deposit can be paid by electronic transfer to
Account: Uitspan Hunting
First National Bank Aranos
Account Nr. 62068287848
Bank's Swift Code: FIRN-NAN-X
Our Hunting Gallery shows our most famous species.
'Uitspan' is an Afrikaans word that means place of rest.
When the Boer settlers moved inland in Southern Africa in the 1800's, they used ox carts. When they found a spot with game, water and green grass, they arranged their ox carts into a circular laager for protection against wild animals and stopped for a rest.
They referred to such an action of relaxation for man and beast, as Uitspan.
(Picture above of our ancestors.)
Did you know?
Greater Southern Kudus are famous for their ability to jump high fences. A 2 m (6.56 ft) fence is easily jumped while a 3 m (9.84 ft) high fence is jumped spontaneously. These strong jumpers are known to jump up to 3.5 m (11.48 ft) under stress.
Did you know?Some animals have one sense more than man!The flehmen response is a particular type of curling of the upper lip in ungulates, felids and many other mammals. This action facilitates the transfer of pheromones and other scents into the vomeronasal organ, also called the Jacobson's Organ.
This behavior allows animals to detect scents (for example from urine) of other members of their species or clues to the presence of prey. Flehming allows the animals to determine several factors, including the presence or absence of estrus, the physiological state of the animal, and how long ago the animal passed by. This particular response is recognizable in males when smelling the urine of a females in heat.