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Welcome to Amanita Safaris

Whether it's one of the Big Five or a first time adventure for Plains Game, AmanitaSafaris will take you on the adventure of a life time. Amanita Safaris is owned and operated by Erik Terblanche, a full time licensed professional hunter who prides himself on your enjoyment and success. Effort is everything and Erik gives his all!


Accommodations and Services

Set in the picturesque Bushveld of South Africas' Northern Province. Amanita Safaris prides itself on comfort and attention to detail. Nothing is overlooked to insure that your safari is a unique rewarding experience - Remembered long after the last shot.

Accommodations are classic South African chalets complete with full bath, Living room and adjoining bedrooms. Meals are taken in the spacious dining hall, tastefully decorated with trophies of the chase, African books and native items. Providing a perfect place for a relaxing after the hunt, drink.

Meals are masterpieces of Afrikaans cuisine, served with renowned South African wines and beers. A traditional Afrikaans braai is served one evening in the Lapa, a circular barbeque pit that provides comfort and warmth. Sizzling steaks, good wine, good friends and the Southern Cross overhead, it doesn't get much better than this.The hunter is accompanied at all times by a highly qualified professional hunter.

Well trained camp staff, including trackers, skinners, cooks and general camp assistants, are always on hand. All trophies are prepared and preserved by skinners under carefull supervision. All care is taken to insure that your trophies arrive in excellent condition for your taxidermist.You may also elect to have your trophies mounted in South africa at considerable savings.

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Camp Accomodations - Monday, March 09, 2015
Check out the latest relaxing accommodations waiting for you when you book a hunt
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Amanita 2015 Hunt Specials - Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Check out our Hunt Specials for 2015!!!!
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