Cape Buffalo Hunt Sweepstakes – Enter Now!
WHEN: March through November 2020
OUTFITTER: Rasland African Ventures / Professional Hunter Rassie Erasmus
METHOD OF TAKE: Rifle
LODGING: Game Lodge
HUNT VALUE: $16,000
ENTRY DEADLINE: November 1, 2019
PRICE: $20 per ticket
ENTRIES: 50 per person
Not included: International arrival & departure flights and accommodation before and after the contracted safari period, firearm rentals and ammunition, and gratuities for safari staff.
Void in Washington State, Quebec, Canada and where prohibited, taxed, or restricted.
7-DAY LIMPOPO, SOUTH AFRICA CAPE BUFFALO HUNT FOR ONE HUNTER AND ONE GUEST
Join professional hunter Rassie Erasmus on a 7-day Cape buffalo hunt in Limpopo, South Africa. Whether this is your first African hunt, or you are a seasoned hunter, a hunt with Rassie is sure to be an experience of a lifetime.
The winning hunter and one guest will be picked-up at the Polokwane airport and transported to the Rasland Game Lodge where comfortable accommodations await along with full catering of fine cuisine, including fresh fruit and vegetables, salads, well-stocked daily cooler boxes for each hunting vehicle, and all beverages, including wine and malt, in moderation.
Hunt includes all ground transportation in the field as well as full time services of professional hunters, skinners, trackers, and camp staff. Also included is field preparation of trophies and delivery to a local taxidermist for processing.
Options available include a second buffalo, elephant and plains game. The package can be extended for an additional charge of $475 per day per hunter and $275 per guest. Rental guns are available for an additional cost of $40 per day per rifle or shotgun.
For more information, visit raslandafricanventures.co.za or contact Rasland African Ventures at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT OUTFITTER RASSIE ERASMUS, PARYS, SOUTH AFRICA
Rassie Erasmus is the founder member and Outfitter of Rasland African Ventures. He grew up on a farm in the former Rhodesia, now known as Zimbabwe, where he lived his passion for the outdoors. He started hunting as a young farm boy where he was most fortunate to hunt plains and dangerous game. He shot his first impala at the age of 6 years and his first Buffalo at the tender age of 14 years. After school, Rassie obtained 3 degrees in law and in 1985 joined the Department of Justice, in South Africa, as a prosecutor. He also served as a magistrate and later in his career he practiced as an attorney at law. During his law career, Rassie started to free-lance as a professional hunter.
During 1998 he decided to turn his hobby and passion into a full-time career and since then, Rasland African Ventures grew from strength to strength. Rassie is one of only a few people with almost 30 years of membership with the South African Hunters and Game Conservation Association. With his vast experience as a professional hunter together with his knowledge of people as well as the African bush, Rassie strives to provide his clients the experience of a lifetime in Africa. He has hunting concessions in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.