Britney Starr, owner of Starr & Bodill African Safaris, is offering a 10-day, all-inclusive, ladies-only hunt to the east cape of South Africa for June of 2014.
Your African adventure will be planned to the finest details by U.S. safari owners Dwaine and Britney Starr long before your journey begins. They will assist you in the process of securing dates for your trip, booking flights, providing necessary paperwork and gun applications, and follow up on your trophies shipping after the hunt. From start to finish, they will make sure you have a successful safari! The majority of your safari will take place within a 200,000 acre conservancy.
-10 DAY ALL INCLUSIVE SAFARI
-DAILY RATES FOR 1 HUNTER
Chalets – Each chalet will have a bedroom, kitchen area on left which will be fitted out with a microwave, fridge, kettle and cups etc, and bathroom on right. Each chalet will have a wall built on the left hand side, for privacy, so that the no one will be able to see into the chalet. Also, the pathways leading to each chalet will be at the back, coming around to the front door, so that you don’t walk in front of someone else’s chalet to get to yours.
The lodge – As you come into the lodge, on the left hand side will be the reception/curios shop. Above the entrance (upstairs) will be the sun room/lounge with the large window which overlooks the farm. In the middle of the lodge is the dining room area. To the left of the dining area is the kitchen and scullery (where the foodstuffs will be kept) next to that are 2 toilets. Above the kitchen/scullery is a reading room, with large windows for extra light. At the other end of the lodge is the lounge area, and in the far corner is the bar area. At the furthest area in front is the indoor braai area for when it is too cold to braai outside. There is also a fireplace on the left of the lounge, just nearby the bar, for the cold days, when there is no braaing.
Also includes all hunting transportation, full service of staff and experienced professional hunters (two hunters/one PH), pick up in East London and transfer to the lodge/hunting concession, hunting licenses, 14% VAT tax, trophy handling/raw prep and permit fees, daily laundry service, all meals, and open bar.
Taxidermy fees (trophy transportation to taxidermist, dip and pack OR mounting, and shipping of trophies after the safari to your home country), any additional days added to the safari, sightseeing tours, additional persons (hunters/observers), airline flights, and gratuities. One pre-safari night (costing approximately $100) is required in Johannesburg (Afton House B&B) at the buyer’s expense.