Corporate Hunting Trips
Take exciting corporate hunting trips while visiting the most beautiful destinations through South Africa on the Rovos Train. This 8-day journey through the wilderness is not only a great way to see the best of South African hospitality, history, and views, but you can travel by train to various hunting destinations testing your skills and knowledge.
The luxurious train hunting experience is for both the avid wingshooter and non-hunters and is ideal for unwinding and relaxing.
Rovos Bird Hunting Itinerary
Day 1 – 2: Mareetsane & Mafikeng Reserve
Your 8-day adventure begins at the Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria. Upon arrival, you and the other guests will each receive a field protocol presentation. From there, you will head to your first two destinations, Mareetsane and Kameel, where you will spend two full days of African game bird hunting in the bushveld.
Non-hunters will spend their time at the Mafikeng Reserve, where they will enjoy safari game drives. The Reserve has around 2,000 game bird species, which are easy to spot due to the game reserve’s terrain being flat.
Day 3: Kameel
Your corporate hunting trips journey does not end there! On day three, you and your group will spend the day African game bird hunting in Kameel in the North West Province’s western region. Take in the breathtaking views and share stories over lunch served in this area.
There are also many activities for non-hunters to enjoy, including:
- Safari game drives
- Visiting Anglo-Boer war sites
- Exploring archeological discoveries in the area
- Viewing wild animals
Day 4: Warrenton
It’s a jam-packed day full of activities on day 4! Hunters will spend the day hunting in the wild in Warrenton, where lunch is served. For non-hunters, expect your day to be full of sight-seeing adventures!
The non-hunters itinerary includes:
- Exploring diamond fields 61 kilometers north of Kimberly
- Visit and immerse yourself in the historical McGregor Museum
- Enjoy lunch at the Protea Hotel
- Admire artwork at the cultural William Humphrey’s Gallery
Day 5 – 6: Explore Kimberly
On day 5, everyone gets to spend time exploring the rich cultural heritage in Kimberly. Your day will start by visiting The Diamond Mine Museum, which was discovered in 1871. Your next stop will be the majestic Big Hole, one of the world’s most giant holes excavated by hands, which Kimberly is most famous for. Wintershoek is next on the agenda, where you can enjoy taking in the sights.
Lunch is at the spectacular Kimberly Club, so enjoy some downtime and relax with a local beer or wine with your meal.
Your South African Rovos bird hunting train hunt trip is not over until you experience a traditional barbeque known as a braai by South Africans. Enjoy the South African traditional cuisine under the stars and spend time mingling with other guests around the fire.
Day 6 is action-packed for gamebird shooters, who will go out into the wild and enjoy their hunting activities. Non-hunters will travel about 50 kilometers northwest of Kimberly to Mattanu Private Game Reserve for a safari game drive.
Day 7: Kloofein
Day 7 is the last day to enjoy African game bird hunting before returning to the Rovos Rail Station. Rovos bird hunting will take place in Kloofeind, an area in Bloemfontein.
For the non-hunting guests, explore the historical monuments in Bloemfontein and take a step back into history by visiting the Anglo-Boer War Museum.
Unwind with the other guests and enjoy a delicious dinner at Emoya. After lunch, non-hunters will have an out-of-world experience coming face to face with cheetahs at a breeding facility. This close interaction experience will leave you feeling breathless and will be a conversation starter for years to come!
Day 8: Return to Rovos Rail Station
This may be the end of your corporate hunting trips experience, but not without a mouthwatering breakfast! After breakfast, the train will arrive at the Rovos Railway Station in Pretoria, and guests can return home from the adventure of a lifetime!
Book Your Rovos Train Hunt Experience Today!
The African game bird hunting on the Rovos Rail is for hunters and non-hunters, as there are activities for everyone to enjoy. This is a great way to meet new people, experience new things, view breathtaking scenery, and indulge in various cuisine.
Guided tours and lectures are combined with the Rovos Train Safari to provide non-hunter observers with an opportunity of a lifetime. These activities include:
- Visiting historical and cultural museums
- Touring places of interest such as the Kimberly Diamond mining sites and the Anglo-Boer War Battlefield sites
- Admiring artwork of famous artists such as English and French Masters and Old Flemish and Dutch Masters at various art galleries
- Taking in the scenery and spotting wild animals on safari game drives in private game reserves and remote national parks
- Shopping for souvenirs and African art and artifacts in the villages and main towns
- Relax and unwind with spa treatments
Charity Safaris and Rovos Rail
Your next corporate getaway shouldn’t have to be predictable. Book corporate hunting trips for you and your team, and have a fantastic week away from the office exploring South Africa on a train while hunting birds.
Charity Safaris is appointed as an authorized agent for Rovos Rail and has personally been on this journey. With the knowledge and memories of the trip, we can assist with questions and give you the best advice to make your booking.
For more information, contact Dick at Charity Safaris at 970-615-0856. Take note that Charity Safaris is in the Mountain Time Zone.
We look forward to embarking on this railway journey with you and your team!