GREATER KUDULAND SAFARIS
The Heart of African Hunting
Founded in 1974, Greater Kuduland Safaris is a family-run hunting operation in South Africa that has become world-renowned for delivering high-quality big game and plains game hunting safaris. The owner, Howard Knott, has over 35 years of Professional Hunting experience and leads most of the safaris on his 55,000 acre Private Game Reserve situated near Tshipise in the Great Limpopo Valley, a region known as one of the finest hunting grounds on the continent.
Rifle and Bow Hunting Safaris
Greater Kuduland Safaris offers rifle and bow hunting safaris to hunters at all experience levels. There are over 30 different species of game available to hunt on the Reserve, including the infamous Cape Buffalo. By only practising fair-chase hunting and limiting the number of hunters to 40 a season, animals are able to reach maturity with herds producing quality sized bulls each year.
WHY BOOK WITH US?
More than just a Reserve
Over 90% of our hunting and tourism revenue is used to fund our conservation practices. This allows us to maintain a healthy ecosystem and protect endangered species such as the black and white rhino, African wild dog, roan antelope and pangolin.
We are members of Custodians of Professional Hunting and Conservation and follow their lead by ensuring a high standard of ethics is maintained. We do not captive breed, all our animals are free-roaming and only fair chase hunting is permitted.
Our guests have over 55,000 acres of pristine hunting ground to explore. By limiting the number of hunters to just 40 per year, we ensure that high-quality hunting and trophy standards are maintained.
Greater Kuduland Safaris has always been a family-run organisation. The owners are involved in every aspect of the operation which ensures the highest standards are maintained throughout the Reserve and its accommodations
We will assist with all the logistics of your safari including; customs documentation, license permits, airport transfers, and arrangement of taxidermy and exportation of trophies