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South Africa Hunting


Sabudawn Safari’s have numerous concessions areas in parts of South Africa’s prime hunting areas and have a great diversity of different trophy species.

Our primary hunting areas are in the Limpopo Bushveld.

The Limpopo Bushveld has for years been regarded as one of the finest South African hunting areas with a vast diversity of different species. The terrain is challenging and the hunting in this area is almost always rewarding.

Sabudawn consists of hunting areas that makes up a total of 220 000 acers.

Even though hunting is a sport where results are very difficult to guarantee as a result of the inherent nature of the sport, we have in the past been able to maintain a success rate of 100 % for the species we pursue. It is however very important that we know before the start of your safari the specific species you seek for the primary contributing factor to our high success rate is in choosing the right concession area for the species which you are interested in.

Our luxurious lodge on the banks of the Limpopo River overlooks a hippo and crocodile pool. Special care is taken in ensuring a comfortable and relaxing stay with us. All rooms are en-suite and have a rustic African ambience. Our lapa has a breath-taking view of the Limpopo River, where animals graze in the afternoon sun and quench their thirst before challenging the dark African night. The lodge consists of six rooms of which four are en-suite. A fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, lapa and outside braai (barbecue) facilities are available

Our restaurant is known for their delicious food, which caters for all tastes. Here you can also taste out traditional African dishes.

Sabudawn Hunting safaris takes pleasure in welcoming you to a true African hunting safari experienceof a lifetime. Enjoy warm South African hospitality at our family owned business.

Sabudawn Hunting safaris has it's origin from the African language Tswana that means "elephant". Our beautiful reserve offers outstanding trophy hunting opportunities under exquisite South African skies. At Sabudawn we offer unique, comfortableand homely facilities, personal servive and unbeatable trophy hunying success rates.

Come and unwind in an area FREE of political unrest and diseases and enjoy an African hunting safari on our privately owned reserve in the safe and tranquil Bushveld of the Limpopo Province.

Being the owners, outfitterand PH's of Sabudawn Hunting Safaris, and with 20 years' experience in the industry, we will assist you in the planning and execution of your entire hunting trip. This includes paperwork, such as the rifle importation permit (SAP 520 form), equipment lists, travel tips, recommendations and taxidermy services. We offer all of this at no extra cost, ensuring you a total realxing and well-planned hunting safari.

Sabudawn offers true African hunting safaris with emphasis on "fair chase" and ethical hunting. Most, if not all hunting will take place on the Sabudawn hunting concessions. As Lucas Groenewald, (the owners and PH's) and their families grew up in the area, they and their qualified team of field guides know the land and are intimately knowledgeable about the area you will be hunting on.

Our African Hunting Safaris

Wildlife has been protected on our reserve for the past sixty years and some of the widest variety of plains game species in Southern Africa is found at Sabudawn Hunting Safaris. Ethical Huntingis our main objective and we always take extra care to ensure our continuous contribution to the sustainability of our beautiful and diverse country.

Your Hunting Day

Your hunting day starts with a sunrise breakfast before challenging the wild African bush. Remeber to apply sunblock and wear hats as often as possible as the african sun can be very harsh. Hunting will be a combination of driving and stalking of animals. Enjoy the fun of stalking the "African Ghost" (Kudu) or chasing bushbuck out of the thick brushes nest to the Limpopo river. A deserving brunch at midday and a short siesta will recharge your batteries after an exciting hunting session.

Emjoy a quick drink to quench your thirst and off we go! Exhausted, but full of excitement you return to the camp, relax at the campfire with your favourite drink and have a mouth-watering dinner. Listen to the cry of the jackals while experiencing the most beautiful African sunsets over the Limpopo river.

The Limpopo Ranch offers over 10 000 acres of hunting terrain, covered with unspoiled woodlands and flat savannah, next to the Limpopo river opposite the famous Tuli Block in Botswana.


Jenet Groenewald