African Safari on a budget

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  1. nyati1

    nyati1 Official LRH Sponsor

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    JD African Safaris

    We have several package hunts that are excellent and provide a good way to manage your hunting budget

    Example:

    7 days plains game in the Eastern Cape

    All inclusive :$3920
    7 hunting days
    Trophy fees for
    Cape Kudu
    Impala
    Springbok
    Duiker

    Includes :
    Airport pickup and drop off in Africa's eastern cape
    Professional hunter and staff
    Comfortable chalet accommodations
    All meals
    Trophy fees
    Field preparation of trophies

    Not included:
    Airfare to/from Africa
    Accommodations enroute
    Taxidermy
    Return freight of trophies
    Gratuities

    It's a great place and a great guide.
    Pm me for details
     
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    nyati1 Official LRH Sponsor

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  4. SidecarFlip

    SidecarFlip Well-Known Member

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    I have a questiuon. What is the arrangement (importer forwarder) for any mounts brought back. I'm familiar with import restrictions and the protracted amount of time to get clearance and possession of anything imported from Africa to the United States.

    Do you have customs clearance or who do you deal with?
     
  5. nyati1

    nyati1 Official LRH Sponsor

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    Re: Trophy Imports

    Hello and thanks for asking!

    The company we recommend for importing trophies is Coppersmith.

    Our agent is Mr. Mike Lewis, who is the lead hunting trophy agent in the Chicago office. He can be contacted at mlewis@coppersmith.com
    He is highly recommended by us!

    General comments:

    Normally finished mounts return from Africa without issues, provided you have the correct export documentation and vet certifications as required by US Fish and Wildlife.

    We have found that some countries the governmental agencies documentation can take a bit longer if you have been hunting game that requires CITES documentation (Big Five typically: Lion, Elephant, etc).

    Let me know if you need help - we will try to assist.
     
  6. emn83

    emn83 Well-Known Member

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    Should not have looked at the website.....

    ........it might not be soon, but an Africa hunt is looking awesome
     
  7. nyati1

    nyati1 Official LRH Sponsor

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    We are ready to assist when you are ready!

    Thanks for the kind note-

    Jd