Book and hunt only with a NAPHA member and an operator who can prove that he is registered with the Namibian Tourism Board. Consult the annual Huntinamibia magazine or refer to this website for a complete membership list
It is highly recommended that you enter into a written and signed pre-hunt agreement/ contract mutually agreed upon with your trophy-hunting operator or agent.
It is recommended that you request to see your trophy-hunting permit prior to commencing your hunt. If no permit has been issued, your trophy export will be jeopardised. All trophies taken must be checked and signed by the hunting client and the hunting professional on the trophy-hunting permit on completion of the hunt. There is no limit to the number of firearms that may be imported into Namibia for trophy-hunting purposes.
- NAPHA, however, recommends a maximum of two firearms per hunting client;
- If travelling through South Africa, keep in mind that immigration control there clears a maximum of two firearms for import;
- Any unconventional firearm to be imported for trophy-hunting purposes is to be applied for to the Inspector General before arrival;
- It is suggested that you bring between sixty and eighty rounds of ammunition per hunting rifle.