Hunting Limpopo South Africa 

Dangerous Game Cape Buffalo Hunting Packages For Hunters

Limpopo Discounted Hunting Packages Prices / Rates

 

We have some exclusive and discounted Limpopo safari hunting packages available and waiting for you.

 

Our most popular hunt is Cape Buffalo Hunting Packages, 1 on 1 hunter including lodging, meals & Beverages, PH, Skinner, Camp staff, Trophy fees, Laundry service airport pick up drop off in  Polokwane International Airport Limpopo. 1 Hunter 1 PH $9,600 US - 2 Hunters 1 PH $9,100 US per hunter,

CAPE BUFFALO HUNTING 2022 DEAL

1 Hunter & 1 PH =$9,600
2 Hunters & 1 PH = $9,100 per hunter

ADD ANY SPECIES FROM THE PRICE LIST AT 10% DISCOUNT
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Included: -

7 Days Lodging, Food, Beverages, Service Qualified Professional Hunter, Skinner, Camp Staff, Trophies Fees, Daily Laundry Service. 

Airport Pick Up & Drop Off (Polokwane International airport) 

Field Preparation of Trophies

Transport of trophies to taxidermy depot

Ranchero Safaris Limpopo South Africa

www.huntinglimpoposouthafrica.com

0027 63 466 9085

CAPE BUFFALO COMBO 2022 DEAL

1 Hunter & 1 PH = $16,000
2 Hunters & 1 PH = $14,900 per hunter

ADD ANY SPECIES FROM THE PRICE LIST AT 10% DISCOUNT
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Dangerous Game Combo Hunting Packages 2021.jpeg

Included: -

7 Days Lodging, Food, Beverages, Service Qualified Professional Hunter, Skinner, Camp Staff, Trophies Fees, Daily Laundry Service. 

Airport Pick Up & Drop Off (Polokwane International airport) 

Field Preparation of Trophies

Transport of trophies to taxidermy depot

Ranchero Safaris Limpopo South Africa

www.huntinglimpoposouthafrica.com

0027 63 466 9085

Our Mission

We Aim to Give You The Best Cape Buffalo Experience

in South Africa

The Cape Buffalo is considered by some to be the most dangerous of all of the Big Five. While he seems docile enough when viewed undisturbed in the herd, when agitated or wounded this bovine can be extremely aggressive, vindictive, and cunning. Found all over southern Africa in herds of various sizes, the buffalo can weigh up to 1800 pounds.

 

He is primarily a grazer but an occasional browser who must drink every day. They favor the thick bushveld during the day, leisurely moving and grazing as they go.

 

At night they tend to herd up to protect the young from their archenemy, the lion. 

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Cape Buffalo Facts

Buffalo have a lifespan of roughly 23 years; they are ranked in their herds by their fighting capabilities. Buffalo will often have head on clashed to determine rank in the herd.

 

The hide on the buffalo’s neck can be as thick as inches to protect it during battles with other male bulls for dominance.  

 

Dominant individuals will feed ahead of the rest of the herd or in the middle and gets the best nutrient rich grass and best access to females in oestrus. Buffalo are subsequently led by “pathfinders” (not necessarily dominant animals). Pathfinders act as a leader to the herd and determine where the herd will move.

As buffalo get older and their reproduction peaks pass males will often be chased from the larger herds and are often found in small groups or on their own.

 

These animals then get the nickname Dagha boys. Dagha is the Zulu name for mud and refers to the buffalo spending a lot of their past time in mud wallows.

Cape Buffalo Diet

Buffalo eat predominantly grass species and because of the large groups and size they need a grass that quickly regenerates itself. They will even eat swamp or marshy materials. Buffalo are gregarious and will change their eating habits to their surrounding circumstances.

Cape Buffalo Big 5

Buffalos are part of the African Big 5, (Elephants, Leopards, Lions, and Rhinos).

The reason for any animal being part of the African Big 5 is due to its difficulty and aggressiveness while being hunted. These are thus the most dangerous animals to hunt. 

Black Death A Name Hunters Will Understand

The African buffalo made its way into the Big 5 ranking because of their size, moody behavior and their ability to charge with no warning, the African buffalo has been said to be one of the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot.

It can be easy to see why as these enormous bovid weighs in at 800 kg for a male and 750 kg for a female.