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Ballantyne Trophy Safaris, Adelaide, Border, Eastern Cape.

5000-Ha farm near Adelaide in the Eastern Cape.  Features the largest herd of lechwe in private hands in South Africa. Other species include kudu, black wildebeest, blue wildebeest, mountain rhebuck, fallow deer, common springbok, black springbok, red hartebeest, white blesbok, steenbok, impala, bushbuck, zebra, grey duiker, blue duiker, warthog, gemsbok, Cape grysbok and nyala. Hunters from all over the world have expressed satisfaction with trophies taken on the ranch. Live game capture takes place annually, which are translocated to ranches all over the country. Between 70 and 100 lechwe are sold annually.

Howard Ballantyne and his sons, Glen and Charles, have grown up in the bush and have extensive knowledge about the animals they hunt.  They will provide you with the hunt of a lifetime. A reputable taxidermist has been doing work for Ballantynes for 15 years.  We deliver to the taxidermist, who liases directly with the client thereafter.  The best time for a safari in the Eastern Cape is between April and August. Any later and the weather becomes too hot.  Clients are accommodated in the ranch home.  Traditional cuisine is served and laundry is done daily.  Enjoy sundowners in the Trophy Room with Howard and his family. Educational and outdoor trips are offered for school children twice yearly during school vacations.  Courses include course on game capture, hunting and survival skills.

Adelaide is on the R63 west King William’s Town, which is on the N2 west of East London, which is at the intersection of the N2 with the N6. Travel west on the R63 from East London via King Williams Town, Dimbaza, Alice and Fort Beaufort to Adelaide. 240-km from Port Elizabeth and East London Airports. BBBallantyne

Contct:            Di, Howard, Glen and Charles Ballantyne
Box 43 Adelaide 5760
+27 (46) 684 0800 telephone
e-mail: howardb@intekom.co.za
web: www.ballantynetrophysafaris.com


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