How much does it cost to shoot a kudu in South Africa?

Species Price
Kudu Cape $1800

How much does it cost to shoot a kudu?

Price distribution



The average trophy fee for a Kudu is about $1,500, and after daily rates are added, a dedicated Kudu hunt would start at $2,000 or so. The most expensive adventures are to be found among the much-coveted old-fashioned safaris of Tanzania that may cost in the mid to high five figures.

How much is kudu hunting in South Africa?

Kudu hunting packages price



The total kudu hunting packages South Africa cost on a 1 X 1 basis is $ 5 450. Cost of a kudu hunting package on a 2 X 1 basis is $ 4 950 per hunter. Observers are welcome at $ 900 for the duration of the hunt.

How much does an African safari hunt cost?

With all this in mind, a 5-10 day African hunting safari package for several of the most popular species of antelope, like kudu, wildebeest, zebra, impala, and warthog, normally costs between $3,000 and $7,000 depending on the country, outfitter, and the specific animals hunted.

How much does it cost to hunt the big 5?

Conservationists say that lion hunting is one of the most lucrative trophy hunts, with each outing bringing in up to $71,000 on average, which includes the trophy fee, a professional guide, transportation and lodging.

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How much does it cost to kill a lion?

For a lion, trophy fees range from $9,900 for a lioness, to $35,000 for a black male lion, according to Africa Hunt Lodge. The trophy fees, however, mainly go to anti-poaching efforts, according to the company.

How much does a South African safari hunt cost?

South Africa



South African daily rates average from $250 to $400 per day. Non-hunter rates are charged at $150 to $200 per day. Depending on the hunting areas, the client can be picked up at O.R. Tambo International Airport by the safari company.

Where to hunt Zebra. Zebra thrives on every part of southern and eastern Africa where there are open grounds with grass for grazing and waterholes not far off. Of three species of Zebra, two – Plains and Mountain Zebra – can be legally hunted. Plains Zebra is bigger than Mountain Zebra but has relatively shorter legs.

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