Visit Thormahlen & Cochran Safaris at the 2016 SCI Hunters’ Convention

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(AmmoLand.com) Thormahlen & Cochran Safaris is a dynamic and experienced safari company operating for 15 years in a variety of concessions. They outfit in South Africa and Namibia for dangerous and plains game, and accompany clients to Cameroon on request. They will be exhibiting in booth 3320 at the 2016 SCI Hunters’ Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 3-6, 2016.

Thormahlen & Cochran

Those visiting the Thormahlen & Cochran Safari booths will find the largest variety of game available to hunt and a choice between two great countries that offer unique experiences. While at the convention, clients will have the opportunity to meet the friendly, professional and knowledgeable professional hunter with whom they will hunt.

Camps at Thormahlen & Cochran Safaris are fully equipped and comfortable. Well-trained chefs spoil clients with true African cuisine and hospitality. Sightseeing and touring destinations close to the concessions can entertain hunters and families.

In South Africa, most of the hunts are in the Northern Cape, Kalahari and Mpumalanga province, but hunts can be catered to fit the trophy needs in other areas of South Africa. The mountainous private reserve in Mpumalanga provides an exciting and challenging hunting experience with a variety of plains game and dangerous game. It is also close to the famous Kruger National Park and Panorama route which provide an excellent opportunity for hunter’s families and guests to experience a guided sightseeing tour.

In Namibia, Thormahlen & Cochran Safaris operate on huge government and communal free range conservancies, as well as various private properties enabling them to offer clients a complete range of all possible species in Namibia. Free range Kaokoland Conservancy concessions, on the western side of Etosha National Park, give clients the opportunity to hunt on 1.55 million acres of pristine, breath-taking, un-spoilt, unfenced Africa.

Western Kavango and Mangetti Concession have a beautiful environment with a variety of game. Rare species of game like the black and white rhino and wild dog populations occur in the concession. The hunting quota consists of elephant, leopard, spotted hyena, eland, duiker, blue wildebeest and steenbuck.

Besides trophy hunting, sightseeing opportunities are offered to clients. The most popular destinations and activities include:

  • Namib Desert and dunes, and dune boarding
  • The desolate Skeleton Coast and West Coast fishing
  • The wildlife of Etosha National Park
  • The Fish River Canyon and the unique star-shaped dune mountains in Sossusvlei
  • Native and diverse cultures: San/Bushman, Himbas, Portuguese and German influences
  • The historic German towns, Lüderitz and Swakopmund

For more information on Thromahlen & Cochran Safaris, stop by their booth at the SCI Hunters’ Convention, and visit their website www.africatrophyhunting.com.

 About the SCI Hunters’ Convention: Safari Club expects upwards of 24,000 international hunters to visit Las Vegas, Nevada, February 3-6, 2016.  The SCI Hunters’ Convention represents the largest and most successful event to raise money for advocacy to protect hunters’ rights. The 2016 Hunters’ Convention will be the largest in the organization’s history with nearly a million square feet of exhibits and 2,500 vendors. Register and book rooms at www.showsci.org

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