Booking your flight (South Africa)

All donation/auction hunts have 4 hunting days included. It does not include your day of arrival and day of departure that are non-hunting days. Make sure of the following:


  • All flights to South Africa is over night and will take up 2 days traveling to and 2 days traveling back
  • When travelling with your own rifle try to avoid Europe as clients have experienced problems in the past with customs
  • Make sure to calculate the correct amount of hunting days you want to spend with us. Donation hunts have 4 hunting days included and is enough to cover for the animals donated but if you are adding extra animals please add 2 days when bow hunting and 1 day when rifle hunting per extra animal to avoid disappointment
  • If you are bringing your own rifle make sure to get the “pre-approved temporary import permit” as described in our rifle import document. Get with the airline you are travelling with to find out what their firearm policy is at the time of your travels
  • Bows are booked as a check bag. When arriving in South Africa your bow will not be available at the general baggage claim area but have to be collected from the firearm police station at the airport. We will assist you with this. No extra permit is required, its just the security policy at the airport

The following airlines offer direct flights to South Africa to OR Tambo International Airport (JNB):

  • United Airlines – flying out of Washington DC
  • South African Airlines – flying out of Washington DC
  • Delta airlines – Flying out of Atlanta


Other options flying through Europe:

  • British Airways
  • Lufthansa
  • Air France
  • Emirates
  • Air Canada
  • American Airlines


The following web sites can assist you in getting better rates: