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Master Hunting Guides Brian Miller at your service to tailor your hunts and provide outstanding service.

Hunting methods are custom-tailored to the individual guests’ preferences and physical condition. A variety of hunting methods are used from spot stalking to blinds located at strategic points. Our focus is on mature trophies harvested during an unforgettable experience.

Experienced trackers, spotters and skinners will assist you on your hunt. Your trophies will be prepared and packed according to your choice of taxidermy presentation.

Vegetation in which hunt takes place at Keerweder Hunting Safaris in Namibia The directorate of Resource Management of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism strictly monitors all hunting. In turn, NAPHA (Namibia Professional Hunting Association) maintains a very high standard of ethics. NAPHA also awards trophy medals (gold, silver, bronze) recognizing outstanding achievement. We will assist you in applying for the awards. In addition, we measure and score your trophies according to SCI standards.

The hunting season lasts from February through November. The quality of the trophies is not affected by any specific month or season.

Bird Hunting

Bird hunting is also available in season. Keerweder Hunting Safaris is blessed with a variety of game birds – sand grouse, doves, francolin and guinea fowl – that may be hunted in conjunction with your plains game trip.

For Bird hunting the shooting is generally pass-shooting at waterholes. Ranges will be moderate and chokes should be in the range of Improved Cylinder and/ or Modified. Twelve gauge shells are readily available locally and are used as base line in determining costs. If you will need shells in other gauges, please let us know in advance of your arrival so that we have the appropriate size and quantity available for you.


Keerweder Safaris is home to over 15 free roaming species of plains game and are as follows:

  • Black Wildebeest - commonly known as the white-tailed gnu with its distinctive long, white tail
  • Blesbuck – Identified by the distinct white blaze on the face
  • Blue Wildebeest – a cattle-like animal with dark vertical stripes on the neck and flanks
  • Cheetah – the markings of a Cheetah are solid black spots over the entire body and can top 60 miles per hour over short distances of 400 yards. Built like a greyhound.
  • Duiker – of the highest metabolic and through-flow rates of any of the African antelope; twice than the rate of a kudu
  • Eland – the largest of the spiral-horned antelopes of Africa – tough and elusive…
  • Red Hartebeest – the fastest antelope of the region
  • Impala – Athletically built antelope with characteristic black bands on the tail and buttocks
  • Kudu – large elegant antelope with impressive horns
  • Leopard – Cunning, dangerous, a very good tree climber. Markings differ from those of the Cheetah in being black spots forming rosettes of 4-6 spots arranged in a circle
  • Oryx – long straight horns, a sought after trophy animal
  • Ostrich – Very large flightless birds with bare neck and legs. Males are famous for their “dancing” and aggression during breeding season
  • Springbuck – Namibia’s only true gazelle
  • Steenbuck – small antelope with large ears
  • Warthog – grayish sparsely haired animal with tusks and the characteristic tail that is held upright when running
  • Mountain Zebra – Stripes on the side of the body end in a horizontal line. Exclusive to Namibia
  • Burchell Zebra – differs from those of the Mountain Zebra in extending around the belly as well as has shadow stripes.


Import regulations
Only ammunition specific to the firearm may be imported. Handguns and automatic rifles are prohibited.

Rental of firearms
Ammunition will be available at prevailing local prices. (Please arrange appropriate size and quantity prior to arrival). On request, we are able to hire out firearms.