Ryan Hunting Safaris offers Accommodation in Limpopo, Eastern Cape & Zimbabwe
Limpopo Province: Musina
The Limpopo province is the most northern province of South Africa and the concession is in the heart of the Limpopo valley between the Soutpans mountains and the Limpopo river. The terrain varies with huge mountains, massive Baobab trees, Mopane and Acacia shrub,
dry riverbeds and some open plains areas and with more than 30 species of African game. This is without a doubt one of Southern Africa’s prime hunting areas. Musina and Alldays is a 200 km drive from Polokwane airport.
Limpopo Province: Alldays
Guests stay in our comfortable lodges overlooking the rich unspoiled bush surrounding. Whatever your requirements, we ensure that your accommodation definitely completes your safari experience!
The Eastern Cape is the second biggest and most diverse province in South Africa. The terrain varies from thick Bushveld to Savannah and from high mountains to the arid Karoo. The Fauna and Flora, as well as the bird life, make it perfect for bird watching, hiking and photo safaris.
The hunting area stretches over 150000 acres, from the Koonap River Valley at 1500ft above sea level, to the Winterberg at 7500ft above sea level. There is access to a private landing strip near Fort Beaufort. It’s a comfortable two and a half hour drive from the Port Elizabeth
Airport or 90-minute drive from East London Airport.
Zimbabwe: Matetsi – Unit 1 & 3:
The safari area forms part of a huge conservation area that extends throughout northwestern Zimbabwe and into Chobe National Park in neighboring Botswana, with no fences to restrict the natural movement of species. Matetsi is arguably one of the most interesting of
these concessions.and close to Victoria Falls. During the winter months, an elephant can be often seen roaming on their way to and from the thirst-quenching Zambezi River.
Renowned for its rich game, a particularly high concentration of elephant, this conservation area offers a superb variety of wildlife. Massive herds of elephant and buffalo can be encountered, while sable and roan antelope roam the woodlands. This area gives hunters an exciting opportunity to view the nocturnal hunting habits of lion, leopard and spotted hyena. Matetsi is also a birdwatcher’s paradise, with more than 366 bird species recorded at the reserve. The nearest International airport is a short 40 min drive from the hunting camp.