2020 has been a tough year, a global pandemic, elections, projections and discussions on all aspects of life from risks to perceived risks and everything in between, not to mention the worldwide travel ban. As the dust settles on the year and the facts become a little clearer, there is only one positive move to make, and that is to look forward to 2021.
South Africa’s borders opened on 1 October. As expected, this has been a fairly conditional opening. It is, however, way ahead of what was predicted and that’s positive. Two hundred and fifty thousand acres of free range hunting the Baviaansriver conservancy, with all animals being indigenous to these areas and the already exceptional trophy quality will only be better come 2021. All of us at Crusader Safaris cannot wait to welcome you back.
The Baviaansriver conservancy is made up of several privately owned properties that form one huge contiguous conservancy. Crusader Safaris owns a large portion of this land, leases some of it and has the exclusive hunting rights on the full 250 000 acres of true wild free range hunting land. It has taken many years to set this up, a true conservation success story.
Over the past ten years, the indigenous game numbers have grown exponentially, and the trophy quality is unprecedented. Crusader Safaris is fortunate to be the only outfit offering free range hunting in South Africa. The diversity of species and options for hunters of all experiences makes the Baviaansriver a great free range hunting area.
Crusader safaris have over the years become known for free range hunting safaris, trophy quality and a real safari experience. The Baviaansriver conservancy is what sets us apart from other outfitters who fence their properties in with high fences and because there are no internal fences think they can sell a fake free range hunt.
The Baviaansriver is wild, free range country, no high fences, indigenous animals and the best trophy quality in South Africa. World record Cape Kudu, Waterbuck, Vaal Rhebuck, Mountain Reedbuck, Impala, Black Wildebeest, Eland, Lechwe and many more are all great options when hunting out of our authentic lodge in the hills of the Baviaansriver.
With our conservancy being free range, it will be unbelievably exciting to see what has moved into our areas over the past year. A huge part of hunting is uncertainty and to be able to go out every morning not knowing what to expect, but with high expectations based on past hunting is the essence of an African safari. I can’t help but be very excited about what is to come. 2021 is going to be a great year and the free range hunting with Crusader Safaris in our huge conservancies will be better than ever.
To enquire about or book your next free range hunting experience in the Baviaansriver Conservancy here in South Africa, please email email@example.com or contact us here. You can also get a hold of our price guide here.