For hunting we advise light, yet strong material clothes; khaki, green or brown. Also to bring along are pullover, windbreaker, light leather gloves (especially in winter months from May to late August) and most importantly a hat.
Hunting can be done in shorts, it has to be remembered though that the terrain is very thorny at times. Short leather gaiters are advisable to prevent grass seeds from entering socks or shoes.
For footwear we advise light, comfortable (leather) shoes/boots with a relatively soft rubber sole and as little profile as possible to ensure silent walking and stalking.
The most important thing is to have shoes that are ‘walked-in’ and to train long marches for endurance. Another way to attain fitness for the mountain hunting is to take stairs instead of the elevator or even train by running up stairs.

Binoculars in the range of 8 x 30, 10 x 40 are a good choice.

In Namibian winter months (May to August) we often have low temperatures, especially at night, sometimes reaching below freezing point. Therefore, when booking a hunt in winter months, it is necessary to also bring along warmer clothing.
During the day, however, temperatures are mostly mild to warm even in winter.

Minimum muzzle energy for most plains game in Namibia is 2700 Joules. Good calibres of choice are in the range of 7 mm/ .300/ 8x68.
Again it is of importance to rather bring along a rifle, with which one is absolutely comfortable. The rifle should be sighted in at around 100-150 metres as shooting distances are seldom above 200 metres (except for possibly on springbok at the Brandberg/ Tsiseb Conservancy)
40 rounds of ammunition normally suffice.