South Africa Policies
1×1: $400 per person, per day
2×1: $375 per person, per day
Non Hunter: $250 per person, per day
While we do offer the option to hunt with 2 hunters per guide (2×1 hunting), prospective clients should be aware that this is not always the best arrangement for a successful hunt. For the best odds of success on a hunt, we recommend at least one guide per client. However, all of our hunts are tailored specifically for the individual hunter(s) and we are more than happy to accommodate your desires on this subject.
Included in the Daily Rate:
Exclusive use of the hunting area
Services of a licensed Professional Hunter
Transportation between airport and hunting areas
Accommodation, Food, and Beverages
Reasonable quantity of alcoholic beverages (2-3 per person, per day)
Laundry Service During the Hunt
Skinning and field preparation of trophies
Delivery of trophies to a Gauteng based taxidermist and shipping company
Not Included in the Daily Rate:
Gratuities for staff members
Trophy and taxidermy fees
Shipment of trophies out of South Africa
CITES Permits and Hunting Licenses where applicable
Any airline tickets
Personal, Travel, and Trophy insurance
International calls from cell phones or landlines
Listed prices do not include hunting licenses and tags, taxes, tips, and a $200 non-resident hunter preservation fee. Non-hunters may accompany the hunting party for $300 per person, per day.
Most of our hunts require the use of a float plane to access the hunting area. Float plane charter covers the round trip transportation costs for one hunter and all trophies taken during the hunt.
We do not consider the days you fly into or out of camp to be hunting days, so a 14 day hunt means 14 full hunting days plus one day for arrival and one for departure.
If you finish your hunt for your primary trophy with time to spare, we provide free fishing and upland bird hunting. Additionally, all hunters may harvest one wolf for free (hunter must still purchase a wolf tag for $50).
Washington State Policies
All hunters must purchase a guaranteed Quinault Indian Nation bear tag for $350, in addition to the hunt package price. Though a valid hunter safety card (from any state) is required, it is not necessary to purchase a Washington State hunting license to hunt on the Quinault Indian Reservation. Additional bear tags may be purchased for $350 each and a second bear may be taken during your hunt for an additional $500.
All of our Black Bear hunting trips include:
4 Days Of Hunting
Trophy Fee For 1x Black Bear
Transportation To And From Hunting Locations
Preparation Of Bear Trophy, Hide, And Meat After Hunt
At the end of the hunt, all harvested bears will be field dressed, skinned, and quartered. We will provide cold storage for the meat and hide during the remainder of the hunt. After the hunt, the hunter is responsible for all shipping costs, meat processing, and taxidermy.
Please note that all hunters are responsible for their own lodging and accommodations before, during, and after the hunt. There are plenty of reasonably priced lodging choices in Pacific Beach and Ocean Shores, both of which are only a short drive from the hunting area. Contact us for more details or for recommendations on places to stay.