Kameeldoring Safaris is a biltong hunting farm in the Kalahari thorn scrub. The farm covers 4300 hectares and consists of 13 species of wildlife and mainly Camelthorn, Shepherd’s, Rosyntjiebush and Vaalbush as Flora.

The average distance for shooting is about 180 meters.

Despite its aridity, the Kalahari supports a variety of fauna and flora. The native flora includes acacia trees and many other herbs and grasses.The Kiwano fruit, also known as the Horned Melon, melano, African horned cucumber, jelly melon, hedged gourd, and/or English tomato, is endemic to a region in the Kalahari Desert (*specific region unknown).

Some of the areas within the Kalahari are seasonal wetlands, such as the Makgadikgadi Pans of Botswana. This area, for example, supports numerous halophilic species, and in the rainy season, tens of thousands of flamingos visit these pans.

Accommodation includes a hunter’s house with 5 bedrooms (15 beds), 3 bathrooms, living area and kitchen equipped for self catering groups.

Kameeldoring Safaris provides a shooting range for rifles to be sighted-in/adjusted. Slaughter and coldroom facilities available.

The boma next to the house offers a relaxing atmosphere for socializing around a kameeldoring fire.

In the heart of the Kalahari