Trophy Safaris Africa is located in the KwaZulu Natal Province of South Africa. More information on this scenic and historical province is available on our WELCOME page. Our safari lodge is located in Umkomaas Valley which is our prime Nyala hunting area and where the majority of our hunting is done.
Our Umkomaas Valley Camp is located in the malaria free Umkomaas Valley on the banks of the Umkomaas River. Umkomaas means “gatherer of waters”. This area is true African bushveld with a mixture of open and forested hills and streams with a constant view of the surrounding peaks. This valley is the birth place of one of the most famous sentences in South African literature. Alan Paton describes these hills as “Lovely beyond any singing of it”. The idyllic setting of our camp offers the most scenic views along with the ambiance of the usual African sounds combined with the tranquility of the small rapids located just below your chalet. This prime Free Range hunting area contains over 60,000 acres which has some of the best trophies that are available in the entire province. This is our prime Nyala hunting location and we offer an excellent Nyala Package Hunt. Here you will find record book quality Nyala and Bushbuck along with some of the best Blue and Gray Duiker hunting in all of South Africa. Excellent hunting for Kudu, Impala, Blesbok and other plains game is found almost at your doorstep.
We also have two other hunting areas we can hunt where other specific South African trophy species can be taken. Follow the links below for more information on these areas and the animals available there.
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