Farm Aurora

Farm Aurora is a 60 000 ha concession area situated in central Namibia in the camelthorn Savannah which lies between 1600m – 1700m above sea level.  This region is partially mountainous and partially plane with plenty of game, from Springbuck to Sable.

The Khomas Hochland

In the beautiful mountainous Khomas Hochland, with its spectacular views, is home to the Hartmann’s mountain zebra. One of Africa’s highlights is most certainly hunting the mountain zebra on foot in the mountains. The main area, consisting of 11 600 ha (28 560 acres), is situated 40 miles West of Windhoek. An additional 24 280 ha (60 000 acres), scattered throughout the Khomas Hochland mountains, is available to us, especially for hunting Leopard.  Fresh signs of leopard, cheetah and hyena are seen regularly, with a sighting of these shy animals not ruled out. The king of the stones, the little klipspringer, is regularly sighted but quotas are strictly controlled by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.

The Kalahari Desert/Namib Desert

This region is partially red dune land with large camelthorn acacia and lies about 1000m above sea level 500km south east of the capital city Windhoek, routing east to Botswana. Hunting springbok and Oryx in the arid desert are most common; there are however several other animal species to be hunted. The temperatures in this region can reach above 40°C in the summer and decrease below 12°C at night in the winter.


Kochas Game Reserve Concession

The Kochas Game Reserve Concession is over 60 000 ha and is adjacent to the Fish River Canyon to the west. It can be reached via an airstrip at the Lodge or, alternatively, one can drive to the lodge which is about 3 hours from Keetmanshoop. It is a controlled hunting area. Hunting includes kudus, Hartmanns (Mountain) zebra, springbok, oryx and klipspringers. Guest can choose between either a Farm House style lodge or luxury camping at one of the natural springs with all facilities needed.