Nothing better to experience Africa coming alive early morning in on
of our well constructed blinds with Francolin calling nearby and the
beautiful sunrise in a distance . . .
That’s when you KNOW it’s going to
be another great day full of surprises!
Might this be the day
where one of the cats will honour you by coming in for a drink? In
this area we have African Wildcats, Caracal, Spotted Genets, Cheetah
and the elusive Leopard. Don’t be too surprised to get an early
morning or late afternoon visit by one of them at a waterhole.
This is what hunting with
CHRISTIE’S ADVENTURES in Namibia
is all about! Our clients’ wishes come first and everyone in our
team is dedicated to our clients’ success. We also know that great
trophies are very important but the hunt doesn’t stop there... just
as important is spending quality time over here and having an
unforgettable African experience. The quality of the hunt is what
it’s all about.
This is why we have carefully selected our freelance
Professional Hunters over the years to help out with the bigger
With Namibia’s dry
climate it gives itself out for bow hunting from blinds close to
waterholes. The best time for this is in the dry season from the
beginning of June till the end of October.
Most of the personal bow
hunting I do is by Walk & Stalk and I’d love to have hunters over
here to experience it! This is best done in the ‘wet’ season when
everything isn’t as noisy, from the beginning of February into May. We have over 20 different species to hunt that includes the biggest
(Giraffe and Eland) to the smallest (Steenbuck, Duiker and Damara
We have privately owned land of 12 000 acres with 8 permanent blinds
that are for bow hunting ONLY. We also like to do some of the bow
hunting in our conservancy Loxodonta Africana (African Elephant)
that is 650 000acres. This is done from Double bull pop-up blinds in
the more remote areas or from one of our 10 constructed blinds.