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Mabula Pro Safaris - Where you’ll stay Staying with Mabula Pro Safaris is an 'out of Africa' experience - the mix of sheer luxury and service of the highest order contrasts with the wild Africa that presses hard against the almost invisible fence that separates your world from that fashioned millions of years ago! Open your window and breathe deeply of the air that has been Africa's since the dawn of time…stand quietly and let the subtle smell of ancient Africa claim your soul..
Mabula Pro Safaris - Lion hunt four Lions make extremely challenging and dangerous adversaries when stalked in their semi desert Kalahari home. Taking full advantage of the thorn thickets when they feel threatened they often stalk those who follow their trail. They are unpredictable and fast, able to cover the short distance between you in seconds. They charge straight at you bristling with fury and snarling and it is critical you remain cool and carefully manage your next shot...for your life may well depend on it.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Traditional African elephant hunt Hunting the great grey giants of the African bush makes the ultimate African safari. Men and women go to Africa to follow the paths elephants make and in silence, they’ll follow the grey giants seemingly forever, battling the heat that grips this dangerous world of mountains, swamp, animals and insects. And with it all - comes the exhaustion from days and days on foot – approaching, then slipping away silently - all in their search for a magnificent trophy elephant, hunted the traditional African way.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Trophy Nile crocodile hunt Probably the most prolific human predator in Africa, the huge crocodile on the riverbank seemingly asleep and harmless - is far from it. Excellent eyesight, sense of smell and very sensitive to vibrations, these deadly basking reptilians also respond to bird warnings. Hunting is often via a blind with long waits and when its time to shoot the hunter will probably be using a heavy rifle and need to find a very small area in the head or neck. Wounding shots often result in the dying animal reaching the water and drifting away to be lost somewhere downriver.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Trophy Red Hartebeest hunt One of the ugliest and also the fastest antelope on the African plains - the red hartebeest makes a superb looking wall trophy. Both sexes have horns and being gregarious and alert have outsmarted many a hunter by making good use of cover amongst the acacia thorn and long grass. Caution is advised when setting up the shot because chances are you’ll have a ‘pass-thru’ and the hunter needs to be aware of what lies behind his intended trophy.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Trophy Tsessebe hunt Another extremely fast African antelope capable of attaining 60 km/h in open country and able to keep that going over distance. Hunting stories filtering through the ages all highlight the naivete and inquisitiveness of the tsessebe. When alarmed and before taking off like an express train, they are likely to canter to an open vantage point, stare at the intruder and only then depart at speed. They are territorial and you may see a dominant male keeping a look-out from the top of a termite mound. Their unusual name comes to us from an African tribe, the Tswana people, who named this antelope ‘tshesebe’.
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Mabula Pro Safaris - White rhino green hunt Green hunting requires more skill and precision than hunting with a rifle. Not only must the animal be stalked and darted at close range, but darted animals behaviour is unpredictable. Importantly, medical supervision is on hand for animals being darted for scientific or research purposes or as part of the animals regular veterinary check-up. During this process some or all of the following procedures may take place: translocation, ear notching or fitting microchips for identification, genetic research involving blood and tissue collection, fitting of radio collars for tracking animal movement and operating or treating wounds. White Rhinos are most frequently darted, but lion, elephant, buffalo and leopard are hunted with rifles.
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Mabula Pro Safaris - Where you’ll stay Staying with Mabula Pro Safaris is an 'out of Africa' experience - the mix of sheer luxury and service of the highest order contrasts with the wild Africa that presses hard against the almost invisible fence that separates your world from that fashioned millions of years ago! Open your window and breathe deeply of the air that has been Africa's since the dawn of time…stand quietly and let the subtle smell of ancient Africa claim your soul..
Mabula Pro Safaris - Traditional African elephant hunt Hunting the great grey giants of the African bush makes the ultimate African safari. Men and women go to Africa to follow the paths elephants make and in silence, they’ll follow the grey giants seemingly forever, battling the heat that grips this dangerous world of mountains, swamp, animals and insects. And with it all - comes the exhaustion from days and days on foot – approaching, then slipping away silently - all in their search for a magnificent trophy elephant, hunted the traditional African way.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Lion hunt four Lions make extremely challenging and dangerous adversaries when stalked in their semi desert Kalahari home. Taking full advantage of the thorn thickets when they feel threatened they often stalk those who follow their trail. They are unpredictable and fast, able to cover the short distance between you in seconds. They charge straight at you bristling with fury and snarling and it is critical you remain cool and carefully manage your next shot...for your life may well depend on it.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Trophy Nile crocodile hunt Probably the most prolific human predator in Africa, the huge crocodile on the riverbank seemingly asleep and harmless - is far from it. Excellent eyesight, sense of smell and very sensitive to vibrations, these deadly basking reptilians also respond to bird warnings. Hunting is often via a blind with long waits and when its time to shoot the hunter will probably be using a heavy rifle and need to find a very small area in the head or neck. Wounding shots often result in the dying animal reaching the water and drifting away to be lost somewhere downriver.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Trophy Red Hartebeest hunt One of the ugliest and also the fastest antelope on the African plains - the red hartebeest makes a superb looking wall trophy. Both sexes have horns and being gregarious and alert have outsmarted many a hunter by making good use of cover amongst the acacia thorn and long grass. Caution is advised when setting up the shot because chances are you’ll have a ‘pass-thru’ and the hunter needs to be aware of what lies behind his intended trophy.
Mabula Pro Safaris - Trophy Tsessebe hunt Another extremely fast African antelope capable of attaining 60 km/h in open country and able to keep that going over distance. Hunting stories filtering through the ages all highlight the naivete and inquisitiveness of the tsessebe. When alarmed and before taking off like an express train, they are likely to canter to an open vantage point, stare at the intruder and only then depart at speed. They are territorial and you may see a dominant male keeping a look-out from the top of a termite mound. Their unusual name comes to us from an African tribe, the Tswana people, who named this antelope ‘tshesebe’.
Mabula Pro Safaris - White rhino green hunt Green hunting requires more skill and precision than hunting with a rifle. Not only must the animal be stalked and darted at close range, but darted animals behaviour is unpredictable. Importantly, medical supervision is on hand for animals being darted for scientific or research purposes or as part of the animals regular veterinary check-up. During this process some or all of the following procedures may take place: translocation, ear notching or fitting microchips for identification, genetic research involving blood and tissue collection, fitting of radio collars for tracking animal movement and operating or treating wounds. White Rhinos are most frequently darted, but lion, elephant, buffalo and leopard are hunted with rifles.
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