Continuing subscribers will remember our previous coverage on various conservancy hunts in Namibia
. (See Article IDs 1934
.) Conservancies are communal areas, usually encompassing vast stretches of completely undeveloped land and offering remote fair-chase hunting for a variety of species. Subscriber Stuart Mauney recently returned from just such a hunt with PH Henk Fourie of Savannah Safaris Namibia
. He hunted the Torra Conservancy and filed the following rave review:
"This is the best kept secret in Namibia, as well as southern Africa. The Torra Conservancy
is one million acres, all fair-chase and free-range hunting. This is no 25,000-acre common ranch hunt in Namibia. I've been to those twice before, and they cannot even begin to compare to the Torra Conservancy.....