In July 2021, a film team, organized by the German Hunting Association (www.jadgverband.de) together with the German delegation of the Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (www.cic-wildlife.de), visited our Dzoti hunting concession in the Zambezi region in northeastern Namibia. In various interviews, for example with Smith Sheketo and Annedia Limbo, members of the Dzoti Conservancy Committee, and Hentie van Heerden, an...
Namibia Hunting News
Some news around hunting activities and social responsibility of Ondjou & Van Heerden Safaris.
An endless horizon, game in their natural habitat, beautiful sunsets, the intense color contrast of the yellow grass, the grey-white soil of the Etosha salt pan and the blue sky as well as the most friendly people of the Ovambo tribe, is a experience that one should not miss in Namibia. Book your next safari in King Nehale and combine it...
Winter has arrived with big steps and the nights are pretty cold now, nothing below zero degrees Celsius yet, but cold enough to spend the evenings at the warm fireplace with some good homemade biltong. The biltong hunting season started recently. The temperature and the extremely low humidity are perfect conditions to produce this tasty Namibian specialty.
The 2 photos are showing the same Baobab tree (Adansonia digitata – Affenbrotbaum) and damage done to the tree by elephants. This kind of damage is common in areas where a high elephant population occurs. The damage to the tree species is to such an extent that the tree is highly threatened and disappearing slowly.
Small family herd of elephants passing in front of our Dzoti hunting camp with a big flock of locusts flying by.