Good day to all members. Here is an invention to all the international black powder hunters who wants to participate in the annual 1885 Era Black powder hut this year is May 2020...

Here are two videos in this regards and some information from the outfitter and PH who handles this for me..

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1880 theme black powder African Pioneer hunt.
An experience of a lifetime – South Africa.
It is an experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
Only 4 bookings allowed.
Cost is $6000 per person
10 days (3-10 May 2020)

- Airport transfer to and from OR Tambo ( JHB International – South Africa
- All trophy, hunting and export permits
- Kudu
- Impala
- Blue wildebeest
- Warthog
- Era specific black powder rifle rental and instruction
- Professional hunter and guide
- Transport of trophies to taxidermy
- Era specific accommodation (Bell or A-frame tent sleeping on a stretcher)
- Era specific clothing, shoes, hat, belt (Your own clothes will not be allowed)

- This is not an ordinary hunt.
- You are welcome to book a modern plains game and/or dangerous game hunt before or after this 1880 black powder African pioneer hunt.
- If you do not wish to partake in this experience, you are welcome to book a modern plains game and/or dangerous game hunt with us. Please find the 2020 pricelist attached.
- Do not be disillusioned, this is a true 1880 African pioneer black powder hunting experience.
- The members of the hunt consists of only 4 (four) clients and 10 (ten) specialist South African 1880 black powder pioneer hunters which include 4 (four) professional hunters.
- You will be required to fall in with the daily routine of the camp and you will not receive any special treatment.
- You will be required to do your own chores and those of the camp assigned to you.
- You will walk and stalk your animals and bring them into camp on the back of donkeys.
- You will help skin your own animals, debone the carcass, cut biltong, make wors (sausage), prepare the spices, hang the meat, make fire, cook, bake, make a knife, make shoes, make a whip, wash dishes and partake in the traditions of that era.
- The survival of the camp depends on the family unity of the camp. Everyone has to do his part.
- You will fall in with the South African group and you will find this experience tough and challenging.
- Bread is baked daily in the river wall and food is prepared on open fire. You you will get to help with everything.
- Ablution is a pit toilet and the shower is under a tree with a screen.
- This is an authentic experience and there is no half measure.
- You will be allowed a mobile phone and camera to capture your memories and so do all the participants. Photo’s and video’s will be shared… and that is as modern as it gets.

- All taxidermy costs
- Trophy fee of animals bagged, wounded or lost
- All trophy export costs
- Air charters (where applicable)
- Government tax (where applicable)
- Hotel or lodge accommodation before or after the safari (where applicable)

- To confirm a booking and secure dates, a deposit of $1000 or €1000 for booking confirmation is required. Big 5 hunts where specified animal/s is/are booked, an additional 50% deposit for these specified animal/s is required.
- Please take out own cancellation insurance.
- The balance of the safari (ea.: daily rates, services and animals hunted) is payable on the last day of the safari.
- Please note only wire transfers, travellers checks, credit cards and cash will be accepted as payment.
- Please note that all credit card payments wiII incur a 3% surcharge.
- No personal or bank certified checks can be accepted as payment.
- There will be no refunds on cancellations, but your deposit can be transferred to the following season.
- Before commencement of the safari, clients are required to complete and sign a safari contract and a general information sheet.
- All clients and observers are required to read and sign our indemnity form before the commencement of any safari.
- Prices are subject to change without notice due to circumstances out of our control.
- Any travelling day between states/hunting areas will be considered a full paying hunting day for hunters and observers.
- Any client wishing to fly between areas during a safari is responsible for his own plus his professional hunter’s and skinner's air fare.
- Value added tax (VAT) of 15% at present, is included in all rates and transportation fees.
- Trophy fees are exempt from government VAT IF they are an export item. If an animal is wounded & lost, VAT is payable and will be charged. VAT cannot be claimed back at the airport on the daily rates or transportation as it is considered a service provided.
- We accept no responsibility for any illness, accident, claim or loss of whatsoever nature arising during and after the safari.
- Clients are advised to take out their own medical insurance and cancellation cover.