AUCTION #7: Sable or Roan Antelope Hunt by Leopard’s Valley Safaris


Suggested Retail Value: $8,265.00

Auction Item: Sable OR Roan Antelope Bull Hunt

Where: Eastern Cape, South Africa


When: 2020 or 2021

Days/Nights: (7) Days, (6) Nights

Description: An exciting hunt for (1) Hunter and (1) Non-Hunter for a (7) Days for a Sable or Roan Antelope Bull Hunt in Eastern Cape, South Africa. Includes a $4,500.00 credit on trophy fees for mature bull Sable up to 40″ or Roan Antelope Bull up to 26″. Additional guests are welcome at $350/day for hunters and $195/day for non-hunters. Come and experience an authentic spot and stalk hunt for Sable or Roan, on fair chase areas, that is guaranteed to get your heart racing! With additional access to over 190,000 acres of game rich land in the Karoo region of the Eastern Cape, Leopard’s Valley Safaris offers some of the best fair chase hunting for animals that everyone dreams about. Including East Cape specialty animals. Transportation during the hunt is mostly by vehicle with hunting done by spot & stalk. The lodge is a 200 year old converted farmstead, situated in the Central Karoo Region, that has been in their family’s care for 6 generations. It is very secluded at the foot of the mountains, nestled in the wild African bushveld in a mountainous amphitheatre in the Sneeuberg Mountain range, with no modern hindrances and disturbances. They are also very eco-friendly, with a solar powered electric system in 220 volts, so that they can accommodate all modern conveniences. The Wi-Fi system will keep you in touch with all your loved ones. The lodge is serviced daily with your laundry ironed and folded on your bed each evening when you return. he lodge sleeps 2 people per room, in double or single beds, all with en-suite bathrooms and modern day conveniences. The lodge sleeps up to 8 guests. The guests are treated to Traditional South African Cuisine, with a large garden and pool area to relax in. This is an ideal getaway for a group of family or friends, or simply that quiet holiday on your own.

INCLUDES: Lodging, meals, beverages including soft drinks, beer and wine, PH, Tracker, Skinner, capping and field prep, hunting vehicle, daily laundry service, hunting license, all transport by road for the duration of the safari while hunting.

NOT INCLUDES: Airfare, Airport transfers between Port Ellizabeth and hunt concession at $600.00/vehicle, dip & packing, taxidermy, trophy export, rifle hire and ammunition – $30.00 per day excluding ammunition, $200.00 for (7) day safari, $300.00 for 10 day safari, 15% VAT on day rates, pre and post safari accommodations and meals at $195.00 per person, gratuities, trophy fees on additional animals taken, day trips at $300.00 per vehicle per day.

UPGRADES: Upgrade to a larger Sable or by adding other 30+ available species. Extra Days, additional hunters and observers or photo safaris after the hunt.

Thank you LEOPARD’S VALLEY SAFARIS for your donation!



Welcome to Leopard’s Valley Safaris

I am Dave Davenport , owner of Leopard’s Valley Safaris, and I will be your host for your unforgettable African Safari. We will guide you through some of the most amazing Eastern Cape landscape, with large areas for free range Kudu hunting in the Malaria and Bilharzia free, Camdeboo Karoo area. Our hunting areas are completely safe, and no special shots or medication, that you normally wouldn’t need at home, is required.  We offer the serious African hunting enthusiast, as well as the novice African hunter, an ALL INCLUSIVE service, from airport pick up, accommodation, food, beverages, 4×4 transport, a qualified guide as well as a tracking team, and finally drop off at the airport.  Giving you the unique opportunity of hunting and observing a vast range of top quality game in their natural environment. We are especially family orientated with a number of different packages to choose from, and will be more than happy to cater for spouses, minors, or just your best buddy, letting them hunt alongside you, for the observer daily rate of $180.00 per day, helping you shoot your package or taking extra game at our listed price. Your Safari will take you through the Eastern Cape Region, offering the widest range of game for the trophy hunter, as well as the hunter out for the experience.

Where we are…

Leopard’s Valley is situated on the ranch Libertas, in the Game rich Camdeboo area in the Karoo, an unfenced working stock ranch that forms part of a family trust of 11 000 hectares, close to 30 000 acres, and has most of the wild indigenous animals free roaming across its plains. Nestled in the Camdeboo mountain range, between Graaff-Reinett – one of the oldest towns in South Africa, and Somerset East.
These plains were once hunted by the ancient San tribes, or Bushmen as they later became known, who have left their mark by means of rock art and artefacts. A small museum has been erected in their honour, as well as all the local archaeological and paleontological finds, all situated close by.  Only 2 and a half hours drive from Port Elizabeth and the Port Elizabeth International Airport. The world famous Addo Elephant National Park and Cradock Mountain Zebra National Park are both only 1 and a half hours drive from camp. One of the most enchanting features of Leopard’s Valley Safaris, is the beautiful mountainous amphitheatre the homestead and lodges are situated in, see Google Map. We are Malaria and Bilharzia free and NO special medication is required. We are within quick reach of superb medical attention.

Hunting areas…

We hunt mainly free range, UNFENCED conservancies or ranch land. This is added to our existing neighbouring concessions of 42 000 acres of unfenced private game reserve, and 2 other private reserves each being 37 000 acres of abundant game, including free roaming 4 of the Big 5. This gives us a total hunting area of 190 000 acres of adjacent areas. These properties have most of the 30+ hunt able species of Southern Africa within an hour’s drive of the Main Lodge.  These properties exclude the approximately 100 000 acres in the Coastal Grahamstown area of the Eastern Cape as well as Northern Cape, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa’s Northern Province and Mpumalanga.