Dangerous Game Cape Buffalo Hunting Package

1-5 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


We Aim to Give you the Best Cape Buffalo Experience in South Africa

Of all of the game animals in Africa, none seem to capture the attention of the big game hunter quite like the Cape Buffalo. The Cape buffalo offers some of the most exciting and interesting big game hunting in all of South Africa.

We have some exclusive and discounted Limpopo safari hunting packages available and waiting for you.

The Cape Buffalo is considered by some to be the most dangerous of all of the Big Five. While he seems docile enough when viewed undisturbed in the herd, when agitated or wounded this bovine can be extremely aggressive, vindictive, and cunning. Found all over southern Africa in herds of various sizes, the buffalo can weigh up to 1800 pounds.

He is primarily a grazer but an occasional browser who must drink daily. They favor the thick bushveld during the, leisurely moving and grazing as they go.

At night they tend to herd up to protect the young from their archenemy, the lion.


  • 7-Day Lodging, Food & Beverages

  • Service of qualified professional hunter, skinner, and camp staff

  • Trophy fees

  • Daily Laundry Services

  • Field preparation of trophies

  • Transport of trophies to taxidermy

  • Airport transfer to/from Polokwane International Airport

Base price is per hunter for 2 to 1 guided 7-Day hunt. Make it a 1 to 1 guided hunt for an additional fee.

We Build a Real Experience in South Africa

My mission is to provide you with the best possible adventure safari in Limpopo. My goal is to ensure that every client visiting has an amazing experience and sees us as family.

I personally guide on all Safaris, We only take one group at a time, so if you book a group of clients, they will be the only ones in camp. They will not share the camp with another group. We are close to the Limpopo River (the border between South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe). We are in the heart of the Limpopo Valley and one of the most wildlife-rich areas in Africa.

O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg is approximately a 6-hour drive to our lodge. We suggest you take a connecting flight from Johannesburg to O.R Airport Polokwane (PTG) International Airport via South African Airlines which is a 1-hour 30-minute drive to the nearby town of Musina and our lodge.

Limpopo, South Africa, Here We Come!

For most people, it’s trusting what you read and believe. It can also be visiting somewhere you have not been before, like in South Africa. Limpopo is easy to get to, it is safe and stable.

Rest assured that we are who we say and do what we say! It’s important you feel safe and comfortable at all times. My family has been in the outfitting business for many many years now and we deliver the goods. You can trust us!

Hunting Lodge

It’s time to book your “Safari Hunting Vacation”!

We have a very comfortable hunting lodge with Safari Tent style accommodations. Each tent is air-conditioned with bathroom, and flushing toilet, hot/cold shower, We have a sparkling pool ready to dive in and cool off in warm weather.

An African Braai (BBQ-Grill)awakens your taste buds on your evening meals with drinks. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your safari.

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1x1 Guided Hunt


Observer/7-Day Trip


Your Host

Magnus's Trip

Magnus C

Hello hunters; welcome to South Africa. I am Magnus Crossberg, owner and PH. We are hunting outfitters in Limpopo situated on an 8000-hectare game ranch in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, and we also have hunting rights to a further 45 000 hectares in the surrounding area. Our Safari Lodge is situated 15 km west of the town of Musina in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Over the past decades, the Limpopo Province has secured its place as one of the top destinations for trophy hunters from around the world. There are many great reasons to go on a Limpopo hunting safaris adventure in South Africa. Limpopo boasts unmatched safaris and hunting quality with the dangerous game and plains game. Hunt with us in the Limpopo Province bushveld. It can be very rewarding indeed. The best time to go on a Hunting Safari in Limpopo is between April and September. Limpopo has friendly people and one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world.

from $10010/Experience

Base Price

$10010.00 Per Person Per Experience


$550.00 Per Person Per Item


$770.00 Per Item


$495.00 Per Item


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • 7-Days Lodging, Food & Beverages
  • Service of Pro Hunter, Skinner, and Camp Staff
  • Trophy Fees Included
  • Daily Laundry Services
  • Field Preparation of Trophies



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Personal Belonging / Medications
  • Travel Arrangements to the Area

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Rules & Guidelines

Cape Buffalo Facts

Buffalo have a lifespan of roughly 23 years; they are ranked in their herds by their fighting capabilities. Buffalo will often have head-on clashes to determine rank in the herd.

The hide on the buffalo’s neck can be as thick as inches to protect it during battles with other male bulls for dominance.

Dominant individuals will feed ahead of the rest of the herd or in the middle and gets the best nutrient-rich grass and best access to females in oestrus. Buffalo are subsequently led by “pathfinders” (not necessarily dominant animals). Pathfinders act as herd leaders and determine where the herd will move.

As buffalo get older and their reproduction peaks pass, males will often be chased from the larger herds and are often found in small groups or on their own. These animals then get the nickname Dagha boys. Dagha is the Zulu name for mud and refers to the buffalo spending much of their past time in mud wallows.

Cape Buffalo Diet - Buffalo eat predominantly grass species, and because of the large groups and size, they need grass that quickly regenerates itself. They will even eat swamp or marshy materials. Buffalo are gregarious and will change their eating habits to their surrounding circumstances.

Cape Buffalo Big 5 - Buffalos are part of the African Big 5. (Elephants, Leopards, Lions, and Rhinos). The reason for any animal being part of the African Big 5 is due to its difficulty and aggressiveness while being hunted.

Black Death A Name Hunters Will Understand - The African buffalo made its way onto the Big 5 ranking because of their size, moody behavior and their ability to charge with no warning, the African Buffalo has been said to be one of the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot. It can be easy to see why, as this enormous bovid weighs in at 800 kg for a male and 750 kg for a female.

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