Thormählen has big plans for the area and says he will be working with some conservation organizations to reintroduce various species of plains game that once roamed the property, including sable and roan, which can be found in neighboring Etosha. He is also starting a community development program to build a school and is putting in waterholes for the game.
He is currently operating from a luxury tent camp at one end of the concession, but plans to add two other camps. Right now, he says, it is 123 kilometers from the current camp to the lion hunting area. He has a three-year contract for Ehirouipuka with an option to extend that for another five years. Anyone hunting this concession with Thormählen is encouraged to file a hunt report.