Tshipise Safaris caters for all kinds of hunting, including The Big Five, all African bushveld antelope and plains game. Families are welcomed, as outings and activities for non-hunters are arranged as well.
Peet Bezuidenthout has spent his entire life at Tshipise and consequently knows it as home. He is extremely familiar with the animals and the veld, and is an excellent marksman. Peet is a qualified helicopter pilot, a Master Measurer of SCI and a member of the Professional Hunters Association of South Africa (PHASA). He has been a personal hunter for 18 years.
Tshipise has access to over 200,000 ha of concessions throughout South Africa and Zimbabwe. The main African concession stretches along the banks of the Limpopo and Nwanedzi Rivers, and brings you in close proximity to the majestic Kruger National park. The vast 212,000 ha of unspoilt virgin bushveld offers over 25 species of game, including the Big Five. Tshipise frequently uses their mid-Kalahari camp for hunting desert species.
Depending on which of the hunting concessions you hunt, there is a variety of accommodation. Accommodation in the mid-Kalihari and elsewhere consists of a variety of traditional African bush camps and four star purpose built luxury camps.
Sigonde Bush Camp: Sigonde is a delightful tented camp on the bank of a tributary of the Limpopo River in the northern most province of South Africa. It has recently been refurbished with every amenity - showers, flushing toilets and electricity, whilst maintaining the untamed aura of Africa.
De Wet's Camp: The 4 Star De Wet's Camp lies on the banks of the Nwandedzi River and Nkwadzi Dam, and is fully catered with 14 en-suite chalets. An open-air lapa with dining area, bar facilities, comfortable lounge area, swimming pool and well equipped gym are at your disposal. While dining on the large deck or sipping on a cocktail in the gazebo, guests can enjoy viewing an abundance of wildlife on the banks of the river.