• GAME HUNTING IN NAMIBIA •
Mecklenburg Hunting Ranch in Namibia
The hunting farm is situated 1750 meters above sea level on a plateau near Windhoek.
The hunting area is a particularly scenically area and the terrain ranges from grassy valleys to rolling rocky hills and ridges.
The hilly landscape provides excellent and exciting hunting opportunities, as well as ample cover for the many species of wildlife. Mecklenburg is ideally located for hunting Kudu and is in the original home area for Hartebeest as well as Oryx antelope.
Our clients have at their disposal a choice of 4 spacious double rooms en suite with bath or shower facility. Individually and tasteful furnished. Suitable for hunting groups or families with children.
Enjoy our 5* hospitality in Namibia, the delicious food prepared by Iris and lovely barbecue evening under the African stars.
A WORD FROM YOUR HOST
Hans Christian and Iris Denk are welcoming you in their private trophy hunting ranch in Namibia!
Mecklenburg was established 1916, and is operating since 1970 as a hunting farm. This, more than 10 000ha family-owned farm is in its 3rd generation and currently under the expert eye of the owner and Master Hunting Guide Hans Christian Denk, one of the top experienced Namibian outfitters.
Centrally located in Namibia, only 50 km from the Int. Airport (Hosea Kutako Int Airport), with less than one hour to your final destination, where you will be hunting in a most scenic surrounding with abundant game and antelopes.
Top Trophies**** and our 5-star hospitality will make your hunting safari unforgettable.
A lovely swimming pool awaits you to cool off and sunbathe. Mecklenburg is also a Black Angus Stud and raises commercial cattle for export meat market. On request, a visit to a neighboring spa/wellness is possible with a surcharge, or we can plan a shopping trip to Windhoek. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Fulfill your dream and hunt in Namibia with us!
We are looking forward to welcoming you!
Hans Christian & Iris
You don’t need any hunting license to hunt in Namibia. For trophy hunting, your Master Hunting Guide will obtain a valid hunting permit from Nature Conservation prior to your arrival.
A special permit is required to hunt Leopards, Cheetahs, or Brown Hyenas. For this permit, we need a copy of your valid passport. Please get in touch with us early enough to apply for these permits.
Yes, you can. If you want to enter Namibia with a rifle, you must complete a temporary import permit application form. You must send it in advance via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We strongly recommend a minimum caliber of 30.06.
A maximum of one hundred (100) rounds of ammunition may be imported per hunting rifle.
The Namibian Trophy Hunting season opens on February 1 and closes on November 30 of each year.
Normally the best month for hunting in Namibia are May – September depending on the seasonal rainfall which can differ.
So the best is, to contact us and find out what is the best month for your hunting aims.