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My first trip to Africa and for it, I chose ProStalk Safari and I was not disappointed. Living in Wiltshire Derek the boss of ProStalk picked me up on his way to Heathrow. I was a bit concerned about getting my rifle, all my ammunition and my shotgun through, Heathrow, through Johannesburg and out at Kimberley, everything went smoothly. It was tedious as they checked the guns at every point and there is quite a lot of paperwork to complete but Derek guided us through all of it. The same on the way back. We were met at Kimberley by the Rob Klemp and looked after by Derek and Rob right through the trip. There is never a shortage of anything plenty to drink, eat and we entertained ourselves although, to be honest, the days were busy so it was good to get into bed each night. The accommodation is basic but clean and tidy, the food was great a good variation and some local delicacies just what a group of hunters want. So how was the hunting? Well, you will not be disappointed, I wanted to shoot Springbuck, Impala and Wart Hog I got to shoot all 3 and I added, Blesbuck, Kudu, Wildebeest, Steen Buck and Red Hartebeest as well. It was a management package I had booked but I was not disappointed with the animals I shot. You do cover a lot of ground and the vehicle is essential but I shot from foot as well as the vehicle. Adding to the excitement of the trip they took us Sand Grouse shooting twice, great little bird and we did well once we got into it with shooting 120 birds on our second outing with 4 guns. We also went out on 2 evenings lamping and shooting Spring Hare, which was great fun. Would I go again, yes, would I go again with ProStalk Safari, I am already booked in for next year. Regards Les Les Baker Tel No. 07557238162 Email: email@example.com
I would love to write a long essay about April’s trip to Kimberly, South Africa but there’s just too much to include in a short ish testimonial. The flights were as you might expect, long and tedious but to be fair I couldn’t fault South African Airways for their service....Economy Class is Economy Class after all. The three of us were able to check our rifles in at Heathrow with very little fuss and this continued all the way through to Kimberly. We had anticipated some delays so took the later afternoon flight from Johannesburg but in truth we were through in plenty of time to have taken the earlier one. We were met by our host and PH Rob Klemp and his wife and taken straight to their home where we would be staying in a small lodge adjacent to their house. Much as I would like to discuss every single aspect of the 8 days hunting this is a testimonial and not an article. But the memories of my Black wildebeest and Two Gemsbok rank among some of the best.