The Namibian escarpment forms the transition from the Namib Desert into the central highland. The escarpment presents itself in extremely spectacular landscapes, hunting in the semi-desert-like surroundings must be considered a hunting delicacy. We hunt in two areas along the Namibian escarpment.

Erongo Mountains


We hunt in two adjacent areas in the Erongo Mountains.
Kai-Uwe hunts in the south-western Valley (
Schlucht Private Hunting Concession) of the Erongo Mountains on area of close to 25 000 acres (10 000 ha). This area is unspoiled wild mountain country: the valley floor lies at 3600 feet (1100 m) above sea level, and the surrounding rugged mountains rise to a height of 7500 feet (2300 m). Hunting in the mountains requires a good physical condition and patience to spot the game in the multifarious landscape.
Main game species are greater kudu, mountain zebra, klipspringer and gemsbok. Leopard are plentiful and black rhino (not huntable) frequent the area. Warthog are scarce in this region — only old boars are hunted on special request and depending on availability. Black-faced impala can also be hunted on request.
Accommodation is in rustic bungalows built from natural rocks found in the area, with adjacent bathroom. Tasty meals are served on the verandah of the main house; the big hunting-living room with a rich collection of (African) reading invites for relaxing in between stalks.

Hagen hunts to the south-west in the bordering
Reficiens Private Hunting Concession (about 29 600 acres/ 12 000 ha hunting area) at the foot of the Erongo Mountains. It is a very diverse area, traversed by two large dry riverbeds and although it is not as mountainous, it is not less challenging to hunt. As in Kai-Uwe's concession, greater kudu, gemsbok, mountain zebra and klipspringer can be hunted here, furthermore a healthy population of springbuck occurs here. Also the smallest antelope like grey duiker, steenbok and samara dik dik are hunted on very conservative quotas. Black-faced impala, giraffe, brown hyena and leopard can be hunted on request and availability of tag (leopard).
Basis for stalks is a neat and plain tented camp in a small Leadwood Forest on the banks of a small dry riverbed with view on the Erongo Mountains. Meals are prepared on the camp fire under the stars — pure Africa-safari-feeling!

Our hunting areas are part of the larger
Erongo Mountain Nature Sanctuary, a non-profit organisation that works for and towards the protection of the Erongo Mountains and the surrounding foot lands in as pristine as possible state.

  1. Brandberg

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Here we hunt in the Tsiseb Conservancy, a communal conservancy. Main game species is the springbuck, which occurs in exceptional trophy quality in the vast gravel plains at the foot of the Brandberg Mountain. Other desert game like gemsbok and mountain zebra can also be found in the Tsiseb Conservancy.
Hunting in this desert area is one hunting's biggest challenges; often a stalk can only be made on all fours or even leopard-crawling. The experience in the endless undulating landscape, always with the Brandberg massif as a back drop — with incoming coastal fog banks in the morning or sheer, glistening heat at noon — is unparalleled and a must for the hunting connoisseur.
Accommodation is in basic, neat tents underneath picturesque Camelthorn trees in a small dry riverbed.

Our hunting areas have received the
Erongo Verzeichnis Certificate.