Black Faced Impalas are found in the savanna regions of Africa, and are known for their distinctive black faces, contrasting white coats, and curved horns. They are social animals, forming groups and grazing on grasses and bushes. Black Faced Impalas are an important part of the African ecosystem, playing a vital role in maintaining the balance of their habitat.
If you're looking for an African hunting adventure, consider a Black Faced Impala hunt. Our outfitters offer a range of options, from guided wilderness hunts to more controlled, bait-based hunts. Whether you're an experienced hunter or a beginner, a Black Faced Impala hunt is an unforgettable experience. Click the button below to view our selection of Black Faced Impala hunting outfitters and start planning your next adventure!
Jaco and his team of professional hunters and staff will ensure that you will enjoy the most memorable time of your life in wild Africa, tracking, stalking, and giving adrenaline-pumping opportunities, and creating life-long friendships around heart-warming campfires. Hunt with GAME TRACKERS AFRICA! Live the African Legacy.
Stanley Pieterse Safaris is owned and managed by Outfitter and Professional hunter Stanley Pieterse since 2007. We are based on our privately owned hunting area in Limpopo South Africa close to the Limpopo river and Botswana border.
Jamy Traut is a well-know and respected outfitter based in Namibia. Jamy Traut Hunting Safaris is a family-run operation dedicated to providing a small number of clients with an unequaled opportunity to hunt Africa's great game.
Hunting Black-Faced Impala is renowned for the beauty and rarity of the species. With their glossy coats, stunning black facial markings, and graceful horns, they present a unique hunting challenge and offer a rewarding pursuit for those interested in less common African game.
We recommend outfitters that specialize in Black-Faced Impala hunts in specific regions of Namibia, where the Black-Faced Impala is indigenous. These areas offer an authentic environment for hunting this prized antelope.
Black-Faced Impala can be hunted during Namibia's designated hunting season, typically from February to November. The cooler months, from May to September, are often considered the most comfortable for hunting.
Key equipment for a Black-Faced Impala hunt includes:
Certainly, Black-Faced Impala hunts can often be combined with other plains game species found in Namibia, such as Gemsbok, Springbok, or Kudu. Outfitters usually offer customizable packages to cater to individual preferences.
While hunting Black-Faced Impala may not require extensive physical fitness, it does demand a good understanding of stalking techniques and the ability to make accurate shots. Preparation with shooting practice, understanding the animal's behavior, and familiarity with the terrain can enhance the success of the hunt.
Due to the rarity of Black-Faced Impala, hunters should prioritize ethical hunting practices and strictly follow Namibia's hunting regulations. Respect for the species and collaboration with experienced local guides and outfitters ensures a responsible hunting experience that contributes positively to the conservation of this unique subspecies.
At Craig Boddington Endorsed Outfitters, we value transparency, integrity, and the absolute best in hunting experiences. We believe that each hunt is more than just a price tag - it's a personalized journey for every hunter while we cannot list specific prices like the impersonal hunting directories out there you may have seen, we want to emphasize that we hand-pick outfitters known for their impeccable service, expert knowledge, and fair pricing. We understand that a hunt is an investment and we are committed to ensuring our clients get the best possible return - in experience, satisfaction, and the thrill of the hunt.