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Bow Hunting Blesbok at Bushmen Safaris in South Africa
By: Bushmen Safaris

Bushmen Safaris, a private 22,000 acre deeded wildlife conservancy in South Africa that offers exclusive bow hunts to archers, is proud to help fulfill hunting dreams by providing a world-class selection of animals for the hunter who is looking for the hunt of a lifetime.

Plains game hunting brings scores and scores of hunters to Africa annually and they are immersed in an ideal environment of wonderful medium-sized game such as the Blesbok. The Blesbok is a purplish antelope with a distinctive white face and forehead. Its white face is the origin of its name, because bles is the Afrikaans word for blaze. Although they are close relatives of the Bontebok and they can interbreed creating an animal known as the Bontebles, they do not share habitat. The Blesbok is indigenous to South Africa and are found in large numbers in all national parks with open grasslands. 

When you come to Bushmen Safaris in search of a Blesbok to add to your trophy wall, you can be assured that the Bushmen Safaris has one of the best hunting concessions in South Africa. During your time with Bushmen Safaris, you will be with experienced professional hunters that will help you identify the very best trophies, ensure your safety and maximize your hunting opportunities.

Besides the Blesbok, the species taken at Bushmen Safaris include the Greater Kudu, Gemsbok, Blue Wildebeest, Zebra, Black Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Nyala, Waterbuck, Southern Bushbuck, Impala, Warthog, and Springbok. The average African hunting safari at Bushmen Safaris consists of 10 full hunting days, and during the evenings when you are re-living the day’s hunt, the spirit of Africa will embrace you and give you an experience you will always treasure making you realize why Bushmen Safaris is Africa’s bow hunting expert. Please contact us at 208.322.5902 or [email protected] to book your hunting trip. 

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