“Hunting in Namibia” – our fully comprehensive package
At Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris great importance is attached to the well being of the hunters and to thorough organisation. From the welcoming at the airport, throughout the complete duration of the hunt and until the end of the stay in Namibia – everything will be taken care of.
Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris also offers short excursions to touristic highlights in Namibia, for hunters who do not wish to spend their complete holiday hunting. Visits to the Etosha National Park, to the Sossusvlei or to the small coastal town of Swakopmund are recommendable.
Our speciality is the complete organisation to guaranty a pleasant hunt. With high spirits and vast knowledge about the animals of the Namibian bush we will accompany you on your hunting safari and we will fulfil your dream of hunting in Africa. Essential is only a basic fitness for a few hours of walking and of course a healthy dose of hunting passion.
At the moment Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris offers hunting on two hunting grounds in Namibia:
- On the own Farm Heusis in the Khomas Highland, as well as on surrounding farms of the the 200000 ha large Khomas Highland Conservancy
- On Farm Mount Valley at the edge of the Namib Desert (21.000 hectare)
It’s our pleasure to also take care of special requests. Thus the hunt on special game that is not found on Heusis or on Mount Valley can be arranged on other farms with prior consent. Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris gladly organises further hunting excursions.
Further information about hunting
It goes without saying that Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris also offers a variety of programs for guests accompanying the hunter. Thus it is our pleasure to offer separate game drives, horse riding or guided hikes. A shopping trip to Windhoek can also be organised.
You are welcome to bring your own hunting weapon to Namibia. The import of such firearms and ammunition will be registered at the Windhoek airport and poses no problem. The import of handguns is strictly prohibited. If you prefer to hunt with your own riffle we recommend a calibre no less than 30.06 (or comparable) and we expect the use of high quality ammunition with stable bullets for example: Barnes-X, Norma, RWS or similar.
Should you want to avoid the registration efforts at the airport you are welcome to use the firearms available on the farm. This will decrease your luggage tremendously and will make space for some souvenirs.
We rent out the following riffles, calibre: 375 H&H, 300 Win, 30.06 Springfield, 243 Win, 12/70.
Hunting gear: clothing, shoes and other accessories
The ideal hunting clothes should be of unobtrusive and muted colour, which match the natural Namibian environment, i.e. yellow or green khaki or camouflage. For Namibia’s hot summer months we recommend light but sturdy clothes including a hat and a pullover for the cooler evenings. As it can get cold during winter we also recommend some warm clothes and a well fitted, not too large, parka or anorak. If joining an early morning hunt in June/July a beany can definitely do no harm.
Our hunting focus lies on ethic hunts on foot in the open and rocky field. Thus sturdy (and worn in) footwear like boots or half boots are highly recommended. For the time of relaxation after the hunt you should bring along some sandals or light footwear.
Furthermore you should bring along some sunscreen lotion. Even though you can purchase it in Namibia, it is rather expensive. Insect repellent (Tabard, Peaceful Sleep) can be bought in every super market in Windhoek. You are welcome to bring your own from home though. Please do not forget to bring a torch.
Meet the team
Professional Hunter in Namibia and Cameroon
Managing Director at Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris
Born and grown up in the remote areas of Africa, he has dedicated his life to the conservation of Africas Wildnerness.
Every Trophy hunted will require considerable phisycal and emotional effort to secure, symbolize the awsome power, strenght and ruggedness of the remarkable game species of Africa.
Master Hunting Guide
Dietmar is the founder of the Khomas Hochland Conservancy in the early nintees. This was the founding step for all Conservancies beeing established throughhout Namibia. He has been operating Safari hunts for over 30 years.
† December 2019, Livingstone
Master Hunting Guide
Carsten grew up hunting in Namibia and has a love for Nature. With a great knowledge of wildlife and Namibia he will make your trip memories last forever.
Carsten is an school friend from Philip, they together went through bording school. He has guided countless hunters from all over the world on forgettable hunts. Carsten’s compassion, patience and skill in this regard are unequaled. Carsten is capable of guiding clients regardless of age and physical capabilieties.
Issak Hueb “Adab”
Adab is one of the first black PH’s in Namibia, together with his good friend Isaak Songo. He is fluent in English, Afrikaans and his German skills are good for hunting. He is an outstading talent for Tracking and understading wildlife. Naturally cool and colected, Adab is an reliable and trusworthy hunter, even in the most dangerous situations.
Ralf has truly become a man of the African Wild. Guiding and hunting Leopard since his early childhood days. He has hunted together with the Big PH’s of Namibia for Elephant and Buffalo in the Caprivi and Bushmanland. He has several stories to tell and count him as one of the best hunters in Namibia.
Master Hunting Guide
Jan is the youngest member of the Hennings family. He loves the nature and has a distinctive knowledge about flora and fauna. Jan is responsible for the cattle on the farm and for the waterholes for the cattle and the wildlife.
Master Hunting Guide
Isaak has been hunting with Dietmar Hennings for over 25 years. Isaak qualified as a Hunting Guide in 2010. No one masters the art of Tracking Game in the African Bush like he does.
Isaak is the best man of the Team! He knows the Khomas Hochland like the palm of his hand. He will guide you by walking and stalking into the best possible shooting position. Together with Adab he was one of the first black Professional hunters in Namibia, together they make the unbeatable team.
Since an young age he joined the hunting teams to be the helping hand. He has his drivers licence and is an fine tracker.
Professional Hunter in Cameroon
Benjamin has been hunting on the African Continent for the past 10 years. He is the operational Manager at Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris for the French speaking hunters.
Guns available for rental
Many of our guests find that renting guns from the lodge they are visiting to be an easier solution than applying for consular permits and traveling with their own shotguns. It's easy to rent a gun from the lodge. We have a good selection of guns that are appropriate for the destination at each lodge. Just browse the gun rack until you find a gun that you like. Then, the lodge manager or your guide will note the specific number of the rental gun. That gun will be yours for the duration of your stay.
However you are welcome to change guns along the way and try something different if you wish. You are only charged for one rental so you can switch guns if you wish. We want you to shoot a gun you are comfortable and effective with! You will settle up for the rental at the end of your stay, when you are charged for shells and other expenses.
Here is a listing of the guns we have at the lodge presently:
Schmidt & Bender
.300 win mag
.243 win mag
Over & Under
300 wim mag
300 wim mag
300 wim mag
- Range finder
- Ammunition pouch or belt
- Pocket knife or Leatherman tool
- Shooting stick
- Rifle cleaning kit
- Small bag or backpack
- Binoculars (minimum 8×30)
- Camera (plus charger/batteries)
- Electric converters/plug adaptors
- Sun-protection lotion (minimum SPF30)
- Lip balm with a high SPF
- Insect repellant
- Ziplock bag
- Small first-aid kit,
- Containing analgesics, antihistamines, antiseptic ointment and plasters,
- Emergency medication for those with serious allergies (eg to bee stings)
- Sturdy, comfortable long pants (such as cargo pants)
- Long-sleeved shirts
- Wind-breaker/rain jacket
- Well-broken-in hunting boots
- Extra laces
- Trail shoes
- Casual shoes or sandals for in camp and travelling
- Casual clothing for in camp and travelling
For the namibian winter
- Warm jacket or heavyweight fleece
- Warm wool sweater(s) or midweight fleece
- Long underwear
- Woolly hat, gloves and scarf
For the namibian summer
- Sun hat
- Fingerless gloves
- High-SPF sunscreen