There are two Safaris which Daggaboy host, Mangetti Concession-Western Kavango and Wuparo Conservancy-Eastern Caprivi.
Eastern Caprivi: Bordering the Mamili National Park, the terrain varies from Mopane forests to open swamp areas. A large part of the concession is covered by water with many islands. The main trophy animal in the area is the Cape bualo where herds of up to 600 hundred animals are encountered on a regular basis. Due to the high bualo population, the area also boasts one of the best huntable lion populations in Namibia, so that we can oer one trophy lion per year.
Other animals on quota are elephant, leopard, hippo, crocodile, cable, roan, hyena, kudu, burchell zebra, impala, warthog and duiker. All hunting is done under the dictum of fair chase and is done on foot.
Accommodation is oered in separate bungalows each with hot and cold running water, excellent food, cold beverages and daily laundry services.
Western Kavango: Mainly for hunting old elephants in the 50 to 60 pound range as well as leopard and exceptional eland. The terrain varies from thick bushveld to dolf forests which cover the most northern dunes of the Kalahari desert, as well as open ”Omurambas” which are basically dry river beds. All hunting is done on foot with the help of our excellent bushman trackers.