Permit required prior to arrival. The caracal is a solitary animal, active mostly at night. Their nocturnal tendency make them a rare sight, and their cunning and agility make them highly proficient hunters. The word “caracal” is from a Turkish word that means “black-eared.” The powerful hind legs allow it to leap more than 3 meters (10 feet) in the air to catch birds on the wing. It can even twist and change its direction mid-air. It is also an excellent climber.

  • Category: Critters


Daily rate of 325 / 350 US$ per hunter per day and 200 US$ per observer.

Daily rates include:

  • Food – Breakfast, lunch pack and dinner
  • Drinks - soft drinks/juice/water/coffee/tea/local beer – Hard liquor for you own account
  • Accommodation – private room & bathroom- Communal lodge, pool and boma
  • Hunt –access, vehicle, professional hunter, skinner, tracker, recovery of animals harvested and field preparation of trophies
  • Field preparation included skinning the animals and treating the raw material with salt, folding them and keeping them for taxidermy collection.