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Ovita Hunting

Family Nebe’s Game and Hunting Farm is situated 140 km Northwest of Windhoek in the central highlands, offering a varied landscape traversed by dry rivers, wide open plains and mountains and ideal living conditions for endemic game.

HUNTING AT OVITA


Trophy hunting has been offered on Ovita since 1963 and since 1980 Ovita has been purely a game farm. The 10.000 ha farm does not have interior fencing but a boundary fence. All 20 game species offered for hunting (see list of trophies) were born and have grown up on the farm. Since 2008 we offer bow hunting too. Fair chase is of utmost importance to us. Our experienced Hunting Guide (rifle and bow) will make the hunting safari an unforgettable experience. 

PRICES


Hunting Rates

Burchell's Zebra   EUR 750,- 
Hartmans Mountain Zebra EUR 750,-
Duiker EUR 300,- 
Eland Antilope   EUR 1400,-
Gemsbok (Oryx ) EUR 475,-
Giraffe EUR 1800,- 
Red Hartebeest     EUR 550,- 
Common Impala EUR 450,- 
Kudu EUR 1400,- 
Caracal EUR 200,- 
Springbok EUR 310,- 
Steenbok EUR 250,- 
Ostrich EUR 310,- 
Blue Wildebeest EUR 850,- 
Black Wildebeest EUR 850,- 
Roan on request
Sable on request
Red Lechwe on request
Nyala on request
Warthog EUR 450,-
Waterbuck  EUR 1800,-

Options 

Hunter 1x1 full board accommodation EUR 230,- per person / day
Hunter 1x2 full board accommodation EUR 190,- per Person / day-
Accompanying person full board accommodation EUR 80,- per Person / day
Rest-day full board accommodation EUR 80,- per Person / day
Hunting Permit
 EUR 10,- per Hunter
Wounded not found animals will be fully charged for.
Guestfarm Rates
Full board accommodation (includes: 3 meals, Coffee/Tee at afternoon + game drive)
Adults EUR 80,-
Children under 12 years EUR 40,-
Children under 6 years free of charge

HISTORY & INFO


INFO

Family Nebe’s Game and Hunting Farm is situated 140 km Northwest of Windhoek in the central highlands, offering a varied landscape traversed by dry rivers, wide open plains and mountains and ideal living conditions for endemic game. Not only the abundance of game but also the breath-taking splendour of this wonderful piece of nature charm visitors with peace and tranquillity under the African sun during daylight and its magnificent starlit sky at night

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HISTORY

At the beginning of the last century, a German colonial company bought the Farm Ongombeanavita from Herero Chief Samuel Maherero. The purchase price was paid in Reichsgoldmark. In the sixties, the name Ongombeanavita was shortened to Ovita.

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Climate 
Since Namibia is situated in the southern hemisphere, seasons are exactly opposed to the seasonal pattern of the northern hemisphere, in other words, mid-summer temperatures up to 40º C at year-end and cold nights in June, July and August with temperatures dropping to 0º C at night and mild, pleasant day temperatures between 20 - 25º C. The rainy season is from December until March-April.

With regard to clothing it is always best to pack a windbreaker, pullover, warm socks and good walking shoes. For the cold season it is advisable to wear wardrobe according to the “onion principle”, in other words, in layers which can be put on or off. Heat and sunscreen are an absolute MUST also during the Namibian winter since the sun is very strong and stinging the skin.

GALLERIES


Birds

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Animals

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Trophy Pictures

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Landscape

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Guestfarm

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