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Impala hunting in South Africa
General Characteristics of the Impala
|Impalas range between 75 and 92 centimetres tall. Average mass for a male Impala is approximately 46 to 76 kilograms while females weigh approximately 37 to 50 kilograms. They are reddish-brown in color (hence the Afrikaans name of "Rooibok"), have lighter flanks and white underbellies with a characteristic "M" marking on its rear. Males, referred to as rams, have lyre-shaped horns which can reach up to 90 centimeters in length. Females, referred to as ewes, have no horns.|
We offer many hunting packages for the Impala please see below for more info on available hunts.
NEK Safaris offers hunting packages for the Impala - you may view their page for trophy fees and hunting costs.
Kurumakatiti Reserve - Impala hunt packages available here. Also find great hunting rates for the 2009 hunting season.
NZBT Safaris in Zimbabwe also offer packages for the Impala.
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