Quatro Hunting Safari's
Welcome to our country, the Republic of Namibia – an unexplored land of vast and diverse landscapes with an incredible
variety of wildlife and a hunter’s paradise.
The country’s northern coastline is called the Skeleton Coast. Towards the interior the Namib Desert gives way to the harsh
and inhospitable Kaokoland, home to the last remaining population of desert-adapted elephant and black rhino.
The world’s largest shifting sand dunes are found in the southern parts of the Namib, affording breathtaking panoramas in the
soft light of the early morning and later in the afternoon. To the east the Namib changes into barren mountains that rise
towards the central plateau. From there the country, lying at an altitude of some 1 500 m to 1 600 m above sea level, becomes
At first the traveller’s eye meets with dry thorn-bush steppe and in the eastern and north-eastern parts with savannas, dotted
here and there with picturesque camel-thorn trees. In the far north-eastern part of the country, in the Caprivi, the landscape
becomes lush green with riverine forests and swamplands along the Okavango, Kwando and Zambezi rivers.
In the south the country never loses its desert character. Here the Namib merges with the semi-desert regions of Namaqualand,
which to the east give way to the red sand dunes of the southern Kalahari.
Namibia is home to a great variety of huntable game species, but the great attraction is the abundance of thirstland animals,
such as the greater kudu, gemsbuck and springbuck. The majestic greater kudu, which occurs here in an unparalleled density,
has an average trophy quality, while gemsbuck and springbuck offer exceptional trophy quality. An added bonus is that these
trophies can be hunted amidst impressive scenery.
The far northern and north-eastern parts offer rewarding big-game hunting. Namibia has become well known for its exceptional
elephant trophies. Very successful leopard hunting can be done in some parts of the north-east, and in the Caprivi there are
even possibilities for fine buffalo hunting.
Hunters who have come to know the country well and who can appreciate something special, like to call Namibia “Africa’s best-kept
secret”. Why the country is still relatively unknown, remains somewhat of a mystery, but this aspect is often smiled upon by
international trophy hunters, because in its unique way, Namibia is second to none.
Namibian trophy-hunting safaris count among the best in Africa. Hunting in Africa is a lifelong dream for many hunters. Quatro
Hunting Safaris can help you realise this dream by offering quality trophy hunting of free-roaming game throughout Namibia as well
as other African countries.
Situated in the centre of Namibia near the small town of Mariental, Quatro Hunting Safaris has earned a reputation for its
first-class trophy hunting. Owner André du Toit was born in this country and grew up on a farm where he developed a passion for
wildlife and hunting. He therefore can offer you an unforgettable trophy-hunting experience – an opportunity not to be missed!
Experienced and well established in the market, their skilled team will make sure that you get the best value for your money –
from your safari, accommodation and meals through to the processing of your valuable trophies.