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Hunting on our farm is conducted in line with professional hunting ethics and sustainability. With us, the hunting experience is as important as the hunting success!

Young as well as experienced hunters are welcome.

The hunting season begins on February 1 and ends on November 30, but the best time to hunt is between May and October.

Please check with your travel agent whether a visa is required to enter Namibia. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months.

A deposit is due with your reservation. Upon receipt of this deposit, your reservation is valid and confirmed. The deposit will only be refunded after written cancellation more than six months prior to arrival or by special arrangement.

  • Weapons can be imported into Namibia without any problems. We will send you the application form for the import permit in advance.
  • The import of bows for bow hunting is allowed. An import permit is not required.
  • No handguns and crossbows are allowed
  • We prefer you to bring your own trusted weapon. If this is not possible, you can borrow a weapon from us (subject to a fee). Please book this in advance.
  • A bolt-action rifle with a minimum calibre of 7mm and ammunition with a bullet weight of 11.5 grams or more is recommended.

We recommend that your tetanus vaccination is still up to date – please consult your doctor in advance. Etemba is located outside the malaria area.

We take every precaution for your safety: Your hosts are trained to assist in the case of an accident, a first aid bag is always on board of the hunting vehicle, while liability insurance covers certain damages during the hunt.

However, we recommend that you take out adequate foreign insurance yourself to cover illness, accident, repatriation and loss of luggage and weapons etc.

The hunting provider is not liable for any loss, accident, damage or delay.

220-volt electricity and mobile phone reception are available.

For hunting, we recommend durable clothing in camouflage or discreet colours and sturdy footwear. An anorak or jacket is recommended for the morning and evening hours, while sunglasses, sun hat and sunscreen are necessary for the almost always sunny days. Daily laundry service is included.

Warm and sunny summers from September to April, 25-35 degrees Celsius (the rainy season is usually between December and March). Mild winters from June to August with daytime temperatures of 17-24 degrees Celsius and starry cool nights.


Hunt accompanied by qualified, local master hunting guides and let yourself be pampered by our exemplary service.


Animals to hunt

Etemba offers you a great variety of antelopes, such as kudu, oryx, springbok, waterbuck, eland and hartebeest. Warthogs are also abundant and predator hunting can be arranged upon prior request.


Hunting Practices

Stalking and raised hide hunting ensure a safe approach and shooting to ethical hunting practices. Whether with bow or a rifle, we strive to secure you mature trophies and cater to individual wishes.


Trophy Procedures

After a successful hunt, we take care of retrieving, skinning and rough processing of the trophies and help you choose an accredited taxidermist and shipping agent to deliver your trophies to your home.


View our daily rates, trophy price list, discounts and hunting packages.
Included in the rates:

All meals and drinks (also light alcohol)
Qualified master hunting guide
Hunting vehicle
Field preparation of trophies and transport to the taxidermy or shipping agency