The Gras Hunting Ranch is 145 miles (232km) south of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. The hunting territories cover over 37500 hectares (92800 acres) of arid bush land with Savannah. It is known
for its abundant wildlife and majestic views. Gras Hunting Ranch is considered to be one of the most beautiful game ranches in Namibia. It is very well known in Germany.
Many adventures are shared around the campfire at dusk, while the sun sinks and the shadows embrace the hunters. With the night approaching, the Southern Cross lights up in the sky to conclude another beautiful day. For centuries before the first settlers arrived in South Africa or Namibia, this was home to the San (Bushmen). They hunted and gathered here for more than 20 000 years.
Our dream is to bring you into nature and to the solitude of the awe-inspiring contrasts of this district and look out over the vast stretches of field, valleys and canyons. Touching weathered stones and indigenous bushes while soaking up the silence around you, You're at one with nature, a feeling of welt-being and contentment overcomes you. To this we add our knowledge of the unique mixture of flora and fauna, making the experience of untouched wilderness so special.
The Springbok, Oryx, Kudu, Warthog, Hartebeest, Blue and Black Wildebeest, Steenbok Blesbok, Duiker, Zebra, Impala, Eland, Ostrich, Jackal and Waterbuck, which originally roamed the landscape, still remains unhindered and free to roam throughout the day. The crevices and rocks are home to Caracal, while the canyons echo to the sounds of Baboons.
Game drives will reveal many interesting mannerisms about the various species, including the reptile and insect life.
After an absorbing day of hunting, enjoy a sundowner on the edge of the Fish River or at the lapa at the lodge next to a camp fire. With the closest city lights 160km away, the night sky is truly awesome. Learn more about the constellations of the Southern Skies and join in the excitement as fellow guests identify shapes and figures that form the basis of our rich and entertaining folklore.
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