The trophy hunting of black rhinos is allowed under strict permit conditions, and is used to generate income for game farms and conservation. In 2004 CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) allowed Namibia and South Africa a quota of a maximum of five black rhino trophy hunts per year. This only applies to male rhinos and those who may have an adverse effect on the rest of the population.

Hunt Rhinoceros in South Africa
Rifle-Black Powder 1×1 ( 1 Hunter – 1 Guide) FROM $20,000!!
2021 / 2022
This is a chance to hunt a trophy White Rhinoceros in South Africa’s Free State Province southwest of Johannesburg. The hunt will be conducted on foot in the traditional style on an 11,000 acre concession while staying at a 4-star luxury lodge. The White Rhinoceros trophy will be fully exportable under CITES!

Darted Green Rhino Hunt in South Africa
Dart Gun ONLY! 1 x 1 Only $7,500 per Hunter!!!
2021 / 2022


Shot Placement

When hunting white rhino, you need a .375 Magnum or – preferably – a larger caliber that is suitable for thick-skinned animals, along with well-constructed, solid bullets. We also recommend the 416 Rigby, 458 Win Mag, 458 Lott, 460 Weatherby, 500 A-Square or 505 Gibbs or similar calibers. Good ammunition include Federal Premium or Hornady in most weights, especially the 500 grain projectiles. However, since these types of bullets tend to exit, you must be cognizant of anything that might be behind your target. Listen to your Professional Hunter’s advice and stay safe.