Trio’s Hunting Safaris is based in the heart of the Eastern Cape. We operate within the province, specializing in small groups of up to four hunters (including a family, or two couples at a time), ensuring our guests have an exclusive African experience. We provide quality hunting and photographic safaris, as well as, showing off the majestic Wildcoast, Addo Elephant Park, and even as far as 4 day trips to the Western Cape. Trio’s Hunting Safaris has the commitment, experience and infrastructure to make your safari an experience of a lifetime. We are wholeheartedly committed to making your African safari a memorable one.
At TRIO’s Hunting Safaris, we offer any hunting package. We try to be as accommodating as possible and will be happy to create any hunting packages the client may require. Help and advice on the creation of a personal package is only an email away.
Photographic safaris are becoming increasingly popular in South Africa, and it’s the ideal add-on to your safari for the family.
We always look to accommodate one hunter or hunting group at a time, offering you our personal attention throughout your safari. Depending on your stay with us and the incredible adventure set out for your Africa experience will have you staying in one of our beautiful lodges.
The Eastern Cape Province is considered one of the richest wildlife areas in South Africa. The South African hunting industry is coming under increasing fire. Thousands of animal lovers complain that hunters’ apparent contribution to the decline of endangered species numbers, however they do not realise that trophy hunting, in fact, contributes far more to wildlife conservation than any other conservation incentive.
Because of the high commercial value provided by trophy hunting, a large amount of species have been brought back from the brink of extinction due largely (and in some cases, almost completely) to trophy hunting, including Sable Antelope, Black Wildebeest and Bontebok. Our hunting at Trio’s hunting Safaris is highly controlled, meticulously monitored and a completely legal endeavour. Hats off to the Eastern Cape conservation for making all this happen.