Mark de Wet Safaris – Africa

Mark DeWet has been involved in the African Safari Industry for his entire adult life. His interest and love of Africa was nurtured while spending time with his father, uncle and friends on numerous fishing and shooting trips as a young boy.

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 Mark DeWet

082 459 1457

marksafex@icon.co.za

www.markdewetsafaris.com

How long have you been in operation as an outfitter? 20 Years

How many years’ experience do you have as PH? 30 years – in 7 different African Countries

How many PHs do you employ? Do not have full time PH’s – use Freelance PH’s when required

Member of (include membership no): SCI, DSC, PHASA

Mark DeWet Safaris Africa is a personalised safari company with over 25 years experience in the African safari industry. We offer top class big game safaris in a variety of different areas. Kindly contact us for more details on our various locations.

Country/s of operation South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mocambique, Namibia, Botswana.
Area / Province Various
Own land / concession/s Lease Hunting Concessions.
Size of location/s Varies – Depends on Country / Concession that clients choose to hunt.
Terrain & vegetation Riverine, Mountainous, Desert,Savannah Plains, Thornveld and Mopane thickets
Rainfall & temperatures Varies depending on concession and country hunted.
Appropriate clothing Neutral – Khaki or Green.
Nearest tarred road This info can be supplied at time of booking.
Nearest town Depends on what concession and country client chooses to hunt..
Nearest medical facility Clients will be supplied this information, depending on what concession and country they choose to hunt.
Nearest airport & distance This information will be supplied to the client at the time of booking.
Nearest landing strip Same as above.
Air charter required to reach destination? / Other? Commercial as well as Charter flights are used to get to the hunting areas, depending on the country of hunting choice.
Method of transport from airport & back

Who meets the hunter?

Road transfers. Clients will be met either by me personally, a PH in my employ at the time or a reputable, contracted meet and greet service.

 

 


Type of accommodation:

Once again, depending on the concession and country that the client chooses to hunt – Lodging and accommodations can vary from traditional thatched hunting lodes, log cabins, bungalows and east African style tented camps. Clients will be given details of facilities during enquiries about the safari options.

Permanent buildings | Hunting Lodges

 Tented camp | East African Style Tented Camps

 Bush lodge | Bugalows (Cabins)

Rooms & Bathroom facilities:

 Sleeps: Single (2) | Double (4)  | Family  (6)

 Shower | Baths | Flushing toilets | Pool  | Daily laundry and ironing„ | Air-Conditioning

*(Air-Conditioning | Pool) dependant on safari site

  Jacuzzi

Food: 

  Includes all food| Includes soft drinks | Includes local wine and beer | Includes only local spirits

  Consideration for allergies/illnesses | Special provision for dietary requirements

( notification needs to be given in advance in order to provide for clients needs )

Power &/or back -up:

 Electricity | Generator |Solar | Battery (depending on site)

Connectivity & reception:

 Mobile connection|  Wi-Fi  | TV | Satellite reception (depending on site)

Max capacity:  depending on safari site

 

Due to our extensive experience and knowledge  in Africa, we are able to offer the discerning hunter a variety of different habitats and terrain in the various countries and concessions that we hunt. We will supply you with details according to what country or areas you choose to hunt.

Elephant Sable Klipspringer
Rhino Roan Grey Duiker
Hippo Hartebeest Blue Duiker
Buffalo Eland Red Duiker
Crocodile Hyena Suni
Lion Impala Dik Dik
Leopard Warthog Caracal
Kudu Lechwe Steinbuck
Gemsbuck Reedbuck Springbuck
Waterbuck Mnt. Reedbuck Blesbuck
Wildebeest Vaal Rhebuck Bontebuck
Zebra Bushbuck Puku
Nyala Bushpig Grysbuck
Hunter Contact us for a Quote
Non-Hunter Contact us for a Quote
Gratuities We will advise you on this.

Who handles firearm permits? PHASA and Hunters Support Air 2000 – contact us for details.
Availability of firearm supplies Company firearms are available for hire – 416,375 and 30.06
Nearby gunsmith NA.

Please contact us for details as we can offer tailor made packages according to quotas and species available in our different hunting concessions.

Yes No Comments
Trackers & skinners Y
Trophies wounded or lost N Animals not recovered will be charged for.
Skinning and field preparation Y
Repatriation of trophies to taxidermist N Not to international taxidermists.
Taxidermy charges and cost N These are extra costs for clients account
Packing, dipping and shipping of trophies N For clients account.
All license fees, permits and hunting licenses, CITIES permits Depends on country hunted.
Excursions N
Provision for disabled hunters? Can be arranged.
Number of hunting vehicles available Fully equipped 4×4 Safari vehicles are available for all safaris.
Excursions N
V. A. T Depends on country hunted.
Insurance N Clients responsibility.
Supplementary nights before & after the safari These are costs are negotiable depending on what country and concession the client chooses to hunt.
Family- & Child-friendly? Y Depending on country and concession.
Flights N For clients account.
Members of staff (PHs trackers, skinners, lodge) Y All our camps/lodges/concessions are fully staffed with experienced personal.
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