PJ Hunting Safaris

PJ Hunting Safaris and Adventures’ main focus is providing the best possible hunting the South African Bush has to offer.

PJ Safaris is based in Musina and operates throughout the Limpopo Province of South Africa on hunting lands stretching well over 200,000 hectare. Our hunting areas are home to basically all the animal species found in South Africa including the Big Five. We also have concessions in the Northern Free State where we hunt open plains game species such as Black Wildebeest, Common – Black and White Springbuck, White and Common Blesbuck, etc.

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Eugene & Piet Jansen

0824040380 | 0791790838 | 0155340202



How long have you been in operation as an outfitter? 17 years

How many years’ experience do you have as PH? 13 years

How many PHs do you employ? N/A

Member of (include membership no): N/A

Limpopo Valley Game Reserve situated in most Northern Part of Limpopo. Mopani Bushveld.

Country/s of operation South Africa
Area / Province Limpopo
Own land / concession/s Own Land and Concessions
Size of location/s Total 29500 Ha  ( 72 000 acres )
Terrain & vegetation Flat mopani bush with rocky outcrops
Rainfall & temperatures 350mm rain with mild temperatures
Appropriate clothing Light Clothing with colour Green, Brown or Camo
Nearest tarred road 1 Km
Nearest town 25Km
Nearest medical facility 25km
Nearest airport & distance Polokwane 250km
Nearest landing strip 25km
Air charter required to reach destination? / Other? No
Method of transport from airport & back

Who meets the hunter?

Small Bus, Outfitter to meet clients / Hunters




Type of accommodation:

4 Star Rated by AA Tourism South Africa. Main Building with Dining area and bar. Swimming pool, Wi Fi, 5 Chalets with ensuit Bathrooms.

Permanent buildings | Sleeps: 10

 Tented camp

 Bush lodge

Rooms & Bathroom facilities:

Sleeps:  Single: 5 | Double: 10

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

 Jacuzzi


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

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

Power &/or back -up:

 Electricity |

 Solar | Generator | Battery

Connectivity & reception:

 Mobile connection | Wi-Fi  |  TV

 Satellite reception

Max capacity:    10 PAX

Limpopo Valley Game Reserve is privately owned and we hunt 6 concessions within the Reserve. Mainly Flat with Mopani Bush, Big Baobab trees.

Baboon Cape Buffalo Waterbuck
Blesbuck Sable Zebra
Bushbuck Roan Jackal
Bushpig Spotted Hyena Warthog
Blue Wildebeest Brown Hyena Impala
Com Reedbuck Crocodile Springbuck
Eland Klipspringer Duiker
Gemsbuck Nyala Steenbuck
Giraffe Ostrich Red Hartebeest
Hunter Request
Non-Hunter Request
Gratuities Request


Who handles firearm permits? Outfitter
Availability of firearm supplies Request
Nearby gunsmith 25km

On Request

Yes No
Trackers & skinners x
Trophies wounded or lost
Skinning and field preparation x
Repatriation of trophies to taxidermist x
Taxidermy charges and cost x
Packing, dipping and shipping of trophies x
All license fees, permits and hunting licenses, CITIES permits x
Excursions x
Provision for disabled hunters? x
Number of hunting vehicles available 5
Excursions x
V. A. T x
Insurance x
Supplementary nights before & after the safari x
Family- & Child-friendly? x
Flights x
Members of staff (PHs trackers, skinners, lodge) x
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