Plains game hunting in Namibia
Not only is Kambaku uppermost in Namibian hospitality, we also set the bar in terms of wildlife management. Guests interested in sustainable hunting may gain insight into responsible game keeping at Kambaku while moving about with the professional hunters and game wardens and supporting their endeavours.
Selective game harvesting in accordance with highest ethical principles
An important part of a professional and sustainable wildlife management in biodiversity-rich and rainfall-poor areas like our reserve is selective hunting. Only by regulating the game population we can ensure healthy animal numbers and protect the vegetation as feeding component, while taking into account the climate and soil factors.
To keep the game numbers in balance, we reduce the herds in equal numbers to the annual births. Hence we focus, as part of our conservation ethos, on taking out old cows, weak bulls and weak young animals. These culls are included in our one-day or extra-days’ package deal. Please take note that wounded game is regarded as shot and will be charged with € 200.
Please take note: We select very carefully! Every professional hunter, whether hunting 1:1 or 2:1, will not hunt more than 1-2 animals per day.
Responsible game management
Make your dream come true with an adventurous and ethical hunting safari in Namibia - and help us preserve the nature! Unlike many other hunting farms, Kambaku's plains game hunting aims at sustainable game harvesting. Whether you go for a safari package or book only hunting days, our expert hunters will provide excellent plains game hunting.
Kambaku's Safari Camp
Kambaku's best sustainable hunting adventures take place at our safari camp. The camp promises a natural setting within the bush, seemingly within touching distance of the wild.
Hunting Camp Safaris include accommodation and all shots fired. You may choose between a short stay in the camp or a one-week safari. You are welcome to add days at any time.
day packages at Kambaku
If you are travelling with a non-hunting companion, we recommend our small but comfortable lodge. It is perfectly suited to hunters who are accompanied by non-hunters or who are travelling as a family with children. Here, we offer single hunting days as the deal. This allows you much flexibility and time to undertake other activities with your guide or family. The prices for single shots can be read in the trophy list here: Safari Camp.
Questions & answers
Not only newbies have a lot of questions: May I hunt all year round in Namibia? Are there restrictions? What should I bring along? Do I need a hunting licence? The most common questions are answered in our FAQ section. If you'd like to reach out to us for specific topics or your travel itinary or if you have questions that aren't answered in the provided FAQs, please feel free to send us your enquiry.