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4 Private Eastern Cape Game Ranches, 200 km north of Port Elizabeth near Cookhouse.
One ranch exclusively for Bowhunting.

  • Malaria Free
  • Luxury Lodge or Log Cabin Bush camp
  • Astonishing variety and abundance of plains game
  • References available
  • Accredited ECGMA
  • PHASA & SCI members

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Pricing

Price List 2006
SA Hunters / Outfitters
Daily Fees – VAT excluded

Glen Burnie (4 Bedroom farm house): R350/person/day include:

  • Accommodation (10 bed)
  • recovery of animals an skinning (not cape)
  • tracker (not over time)
  • hunt will be conducted by Professional Hunter
  • self cateringlaundry service: R50/person/day if required
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Itola Lodge (bush camp): R500/person/day include:

  • Accommodation (10 bed)
  • continental breakfast
  • recovery of animals an skinning (not cape)
  • tracker (not over time)
  • hunt will be conducted by Professional Hunter
  • self catering
  • observers @ 50% of rate
  • braai pack: R80/person/day if required
  • dinner & lunch box available on request
  • laundry service: R50/person/day if required
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Kommietjieshoek (main lodge): R700/person/day include:

  • Accommodation (10 bed)
  • continental breakfast
  • recovery of animals an skinning (not cape)
  • tracker (not over time)
  • hunt will be conducted by Professional Hunter
  • self catering
  • observers @ 50% of rate
  • braai pack: R80/person/day if required
  • dinner & lunch box available on request
  • laundry service: R50/person/day if required
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Price list 2006 – SA Hunters

Meat Processing: R5.00 per Kg plus Spices and Consumables – Prices subject change without notice and prices exclude VAT*

Antelope
Species Female
Price R’s
Trophy
Price R’s
Bow Hunting
Identification
Image
from Hide Walk & Stalk
Blesbuck 500 1100 yes yes The white blaze on the forehead is divided into two. The legs, belly and rump are lighter in colour than the rest of the body. Male and female have horns
White Blesbuck 2500 2500 No Yes Distinct white blaze on face. Belly and inner parts of the buttocks and legs and below the knees are white. This species has larger white patches especially on the croup. Male and female have horns and the male is slightly larger than the female, and the horns are thicker.
Bontebok P.O.A. P.O.A. no yes The distinct white blaze on the face is undivided and the rump, legs and belly are white. The Bontebok prefers plenty of grass and schrubs for cover.
Cape Bushbuck 2000 1750 no yes Timid medium-sized antelope. White spots on the buttocks, against the legs, at the base of the neck and against the throat.
Common Duiker 200 575 yes yes Black stripe on the snout from the forehead to the nose
Cape Eland 3000 10000 yes yes This regions largest antelope, and resembles a Brahman bull with his large hump and dewlap. Both sexes have horns. As the male ages it becomes darker on the neck.
Fallow Deer 450 1000 no yes Magnificent small Deer like antelope. The male has the typical deer horns
Gemsbuck (Oryx) 4500 4500 yes yes Large Antelope, with both sexes having long, straight horns. The face is black with white marks and the tail is long and black.
Giraffe P.O.A. P.O.A. no no Unmistakable long neck and legs. Light brown patches on yellowish to white background. It has two short horns on the head.
Impala 450 1250 yes yes Athletically-built medium-sized antelpoe. There are characteristic black bands on the tail and buttocks. Patches of black hair occur above ankles.
Cape Kudu 1300 4750 yes yes Large, elegant antelope with impressive horns and white stripes on the flanks. The female has prominent ears. The male becomes darker against the neck when the hair falls out.
Red Lechwe 13000 13000 yes yes Medium sized antelope with characteristic dark markings on the forelegs. The shoulders are lower than the croup, body slants forward.
Common Reedbuck 4000 4000 no yes Medium-sized antelope with yellowish grey-brown colour and sometimes black spots below the ears. The front of the forelegs is dark brown.
Mountain Reedbuck 400 850 yes yes Medium-sized antelope with yellowish grey-brown colour and sometimes black spots below the ears. The front of the forelegs is dark brown.
Nyala 10500 10500 yes yes Elegant slender antelope. The male has a white chevron marks between the eyes, white tipped mane and yellow “socks”
Cape Hartebeest 2750 3700 yes yes Glossy Reddish brown. Tail, blaze on the face and the outer side of the legs are black. The male and feemale have horns.
Sable 80000 36000 yes yes A large antelope with dark brown to black and have white bellies. The face is white with dark stripes and both sexes have scimitar-like horns.
Springbuck (Cape) 300 750 yes yes Distinct dark brown stripes on the flanks above the white belly. Male and female have horns
Springbuck (Black) 1100 1100 no yes Darkish brown. Male and female have horns
Springbuck (White) 3500 3500 no yes White. Male and female have horns
Steenbuck 700 700 no yes Small antelope with large ears. The insides of the ears are white with black stripes. There is a black stripe on the top of the muzzle.
Grey Rhebuck P.O.A. P.O.A. no unlikely
Waterbuck 5000 9000 yes yes A large greyish brown antelope with white circle around the tail. The hair is coarse, shaggy and long.
Warthog 400 1250 yes yes Small hardy animal with tough skin and the male has tusks.
Wildebeest (Black) 1500 3500 yes yes Cattle like, appears to be sulky. Characteristic beard, hair on the nose. Distinctive long, almost white horse’s tail. Horns on both male and female.
Wildebeest (Blue) 1900 3900 yes yes Cattle like animal, the face, mane and horse’s tail are black. Dark vertical stripes on the neck and flanks. Both males and females have horns.
Zebra (Burchells) 5500 5500 yes yes Horse like animal. The stripes on the flanks continue on to the belly. There are dull shadow stripes on the white stirpes. Lower down towards the hooves the stripes become indistict.

Opportunistic Species

Species Female
Price
Trophy
Price
Bow Hunting
Identification
Image
from Hide Walk & Stalk
Aardwolf P.O.A. P.O.A. no unlikely This animal feeds mainly on ants but will also catch other insects. Mice and ground birds are also included in the diet. It is partial to eggs or ground nesting birds. Due to it’s clumsy and slow movements it is often caught by predators. (This is a opportunistic animal)
Baboon Free Free no unlikely Long legs with an elongated face. Dangerous when wounded (This is a opportunistic animal)
Bat Eared Fox P.O.A. P.O.A. no yes Large rounded ears with bushy tail with black tip. a fluffy coat and lower parts of legs are black
Bushpig 500 500 no unlikely Resembles the domestic Pig. Predominantly brown with a mane of lighter hair. The young have horizontal white stripes on their bodies.
Caracal Cat Free Free no unlikely A strongly built cat with large paws. It has characteristic tassels of long darker hair on the tips of its ears.
Hyrax (dassie) P.O.A. P.O.A. no yes Small sturdy animal with short legs. On the back is a patch of black hair.
Black-backed Jackal Free Free no unlikely Light reddish brown. The Saddle on its back is black with white speckles. (This is an opportunistic animal)
Vervet Monkey Free Free yes yes Small black face, a conspicuous long tail ending in a dark brown tip and the male’s scrotum is blue. (This is an opportunistic animal)
Porcupine P.O.A. P.O.A. no unlikely A small cat like animal with a long body, short legs and a long black banded tail ending in a black tip. (This is an opportunistic animal)
Small Spotted Genet P.O.A. P.O.A. no yes A small cat like animal with a long body, short legs and a long black banded tail ending in a black tip. (This is an opportunistic animal)
Spring Hare P.O.A. P.O.A. no unlikely (This is an opportunistic animal)

About

Bethaven – Your very own bit of Africa

Bethaven African Safaris offers you the unique splendor that is Africa.

Unwind and relax to the rare solitude and perfect tranquility that only the African bush can offer.

Book for six people or more and enjoy this diverse habitat exclusively for the duration of your stay.

Your haven is to be found in the malaria free climate of the Eastern Cape, South Africa. With an astonishing variety of fauna and flora, undulating mountainous terrain and vast open spaces, the area is renowned as a nature lover’s paradise.

Here you will find 49 species of animal, 153 species of birds and more than 400 plant species, including some 30 species of trees.

Our exclusive 7000 hectare game ranch and lodge is situated in the heart of this breathtaking landscape, 200km north of the modern city of Port Elizabeth and 80km south of Cradock, near Cookhouse.

Activities on the Ranch include hiking, game and night drives, 4×4 routes, ideal mountain biking terrain, photography.

Use the Ranch as a base to visit the Addo Elephant Park, the Mountain Zebra Park and the Crocodile farm, and explore the area with its places of historical interests.

You can also spend your days bronzing your body in the warm South African sky next to our clear pool.

Contact

Contact Details:

Your hosts Rowen and Annemie Smith and Pallie & Corlia Pretorius with their superb team will ensure your African Dream becomes a reality.

We invite you to become a part of our extended family.

Itola Lodge:

Tel +27(0)42 247 2656

Fax: +27(0)42 247 2655

Game Ranch and Lodge:

Tel +27(0)42 243 1212