Impalas are a species of antelope native to southern and southeastern Africa. They are known for their distinctive spiral horns and sleek, slender bodies, which are adapted for speed and agility. Impalas are primarily grazers, feeding on grasses and other vegetation, and they are most active during the early morning and late evening hours.
Hunting Impalas can be an exciting and exhilarating experience. Our vetted outfitters offer top-quality Impala hunting expeditions in some of the best locations in Africa. With expert guides and the right equipment, you'll have the opportunity to track and take down this graceful and beautiful antelope. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure - book your Impala hunt today!
"We're so happy to welcome Tom Dryer's Safaris to Craig Boddington Endorsed Outfitters. Tom Dryer's a small outfit, it's really Tom Dryer and his son Tom Jr. Now, they're legends in southern Africa and have hunted all over that half of the continent. This is wild Africa!"
The game farm situated in the Magaliesburg – named Battle Creek – is aptly named with a history of being part of the many battlefields for soldiers colliding. On what used to be President Paul Kruger’s private hunting farm, this area has old forts and ruins that can still be seen scattered around the property today.
Roche Safaris is a family run outfit operating in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Mozambique. With over 70000 acres of pristine game land he provides the perfect hunting grounds for top quality animals.
Whether it’s the big 5 that calls you to Africa, or the huge variety of plains game species, having over one million acres of hunting concession in SA, we can cater for your every need.
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 has been owned and managed by Outfitter and Professional hunter Stanley Pieterse since 2007. They are based in a privately owned hunting area in Limpopo South Africa close to the Limpopo river and Botswana border.
Carl van Zyl and his team at John X Safaris are a real class act! They're a second generation outfit based in the East Cape, South Africa, specializing in both plains and dangerous game, with a superb Cape Buffalo hunt at their base Woodlands Safari Estate.
For more than two decades, African Echo Safaris grew into a successful and internationally recognised hunting safari covering most of Southern, Eastern and Western Africa.
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.
At Eland Safaris, you'll find an oasis in the African bushveld. A family-owned and operated company. Alex & Johnny Thomson with their wives Tamryn and Janeske as well as the professional hunters and staff, will not only ensure your safety, but also share their knowledge of this rich and diverse habitat.
J.P. Kleinhans offers excellent concessions in the Eastern Cape and elsewhere in South Africa, offering a tremendous range of game. Africa has many extremely competent outfitters and professional hunters. J.P. is certainly among them, but few make it as much fun! If you like to laugh, you’ll love hunting with J.P. Kleinhans!
An Impala is a medium-sized antelope that primarily resides in the savannas and woodland areas of eastern and southern Africa. Recognized for their sleek profile and unique horns, they are among the most widespread antelopes in Africa.
These distinctive markings serve multiple purposes. Not only do they help impalas communicate through visual cues, but they also act as a defense mechanism, distracting and confusing predators during a chase.
Absolutely! Impalas are known for their incredible agility and speed. They can leap distances of up to 10 meters and jump up to 3 meters high, making them difficult targets for predators.
Impalas are targeted by various carnivores such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, and hyenas. Their keen senses and swift reflexes are their main defenses against these threats.
Impalas typically form two types of groups: bachelor herds and female groups with young ones. During the rutting season, dominant males establish and defend territories to attract females.
Males sport S-shaped horns that can grow up to 36 inches long, while females are hornless. Additionally, males are generally slightly larger than females.
Yes, Impalas have a strict breeding season, known as the rut, which usually takes place during the wet season. During this period, males become more vocal and aggressive, competing for mating rights.
Impalas use a variety of vocalizations, scents, and visual signals to communicate. Alarm snorts, for instance, alert others of potential danger.
As middle-sized herbivores, Impalas play a vital role in controlling vegetation growth. They're also a crucial food source for several predators, linking the food chain in their habitats.
Serious hunters often employ spot-and-stalk or hide hunting methods. Given Impalas' keen senses, stealth, patience, and a good understanding of their behavior are essential for success.
Definitely. Our team at Craig Boddington Endorsed Outfitters understands the nuances of Impala hunting and can connect you with top-notch outfitters, ensuring a memorable and ethically-conducted hunt.
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.