Hunting in Free State, Clarens, South Africa

Hunting in Free State, Clarens, South Africa - Overview

Hunting in the Free State near Clarens takes place amidst the majestic Maluti Mountains, with beautiful scenery not found anywhere else when hunting in South Africa. You will hunt at elevations of up to 11 000 feet among sandstone cliffs, a stone's throw away from the picturesque Golden Gate Highlands National Park.

What makes this specific area extremely special when hunting in the Free State is hunting on horseback, just like our forefathers did. Hunters are given the opportunity to conduct hunts on horseback, allowing for them to cover a much larger area and giving them a height advantage to spot the perfect trophies. Animals generally hunted on horseback are mountain reedbuck, Vaal rhebuck, eland, black wildebeest and blesbuck. When hunting in the Free State on horseback, hunters' non-hunting counterparts can also accompany them on the thrilling hunt to see what the fuss is all about!

Other species native to the area are springbuck, fallow deer, gemsbuck, zebra, red hartebeest, ostrich, white blesbuck, common reedbuck and much, much more.

Hunting in the Free State close to the Clarens area offers a wide range of activities for non-hunters. Non-hunters can go for scenic horseback rides in the beautiful Maluti Mountains or visit the delightful village of Clarens, also known as "The Gem of the Free State". The ladies can lunch and shop at the gourmet restaurants and unique little shops and visit the many art galleries or, for the more adventurous, activities like white water rafting, ziplining and quad-biking are available.

Hunting in Free State Clarens South Africa lodge