Tam Safaris

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Irvin, Peter or Stephen Tam
P.O. Box 822, Craddock, 5880, South Africa
+27 48 881 1053
+27 82 652 6610
+27 48 881 1953
tamfarms@intekom.co.za
www.tamsafaris.com
Based in South Africa in the Eastern Cape Province.

The hunting areas range between flat, open thornveld savannah, open grassland, rocky hills and densely wooded bush.
Privately owned
Hunting is mainly from March to October, which tends to be cool and dry. Daytime temperatures are warm to hot, whereas at night it can get cold and a warm jacket would be needed. However, during the day temperatures can reach 30°C. The summer rains start in January, ending in March.
The South African areas were previously stock ranches.
There are no inhabitants on the land used.
The main hunting lodge is on 60 000 acres and the property has a perimeter game fence. Bow and rifle hunting is catered for, and it is in a malaria free zone.

Buffalo Nyala Serval cat
Lion Bushbuck Steenbok
Hippo Blesbok Klipspringer
Rhebok Blesbok white Jackal
Ostrich Reedbok common Vervet monkey
Bontebok Reedbok mountain Baboon
Eland Waterbuck Porcupine
Kudu Tsessebe Genet cat
Zebra Burchells Hartebeest red Duiker blue
Impala Sable Duiker grey
Springbok Cape Roan Grysbok Cape
Springbok black Wildebeest blue Warthog
Springbok white Wildebeest black Bushpig
Gemsbok Oribi Giraffe
Rhino (black & white)

Tam Safaris is home to three of the Big Five – lion, rhino and buffalo. The new world record white rhino was taken last year, and vitadart hunts of rhino are done as part of a Tam Safaris rhino management programme. This is a unique experience and a great way to complete your Big Five. New stock is introduced to enhance the gene pool and some managed hunts are conducted. Their most important goal is to ensure good trophies and that the client has a memorable hunt. The minimum hunt offered is seven days.

Tam Safaris has two hunting camps. To give complete comfort for hunting clients, the sophisticated elegance of the up-market accommodation, with no luxury or detail spared, ensures personal attention and care from the hosts at all times. Each private suite is complemented by artistic safari-style decor which emphasizes the hunting surroundings. All have en suite bathrooms, flush toilets, hot and cold water, constant electricity and are fully air-conditioned. If there is a power failure there is a back-up generator. There is also a swimming pool, a boma, satellite TV, landline telephone as well as mobile phone and free Wi-Fi coverage. A maximum of 10 hunters can be accommodated at any one time.
Tam Safaris has two hunting camps. To give complete comfort for hunting clients, the sophisticated elegance of the up-market accommodation, with no luxury or detail spared, ensures personal attention and care from the hosts at all times. Each private suite is complemented by artistic safari-style decor which emphasizes the hunting surroundings. All have en suite bathrooms, flush toilets, hot and cold water, constant electricity and are fully air-conditioned. If there is a power failure there is a back-up generator. There is also a swimming pool, a boma, satellite TV, landline telephone as well as mobile phone and free Wi-Fi coverage. A maximum of 10 hunters can be accommodated at any one time.
All meals are inclusive of the price and all dinners are four course. Light breakfast followed by a big brunch is served, and typically the animals shot provide the meat. All drinks and alcohol are included in the daily rate.
They have five full-time trackers employed who have been working with Tam Safaris from between 2 to 10 years. They also have skinners and a full complement of lodge staff.
All clients are met at the airport on arrival and dropped off on departure by one of the professional hunters. This service, plus field preparation of trophies, is included in the daily rate. The current daily rate for a one-on-one hunt is US$400 per day, and two-on-one is US$275 per day.
All their vehicles are well maintained.1 x KIA mini bus5 x custom-built Toyota Land Cruiser hunting vehicles
Tam Safaris is registered in the Eastern Cape Province, has been in operation 11 years, and is a member of PHASA, Dallas, Houston and SCI. They had 40 hunters last year.

Name

Status

Years in Operation

Peter Tam Owner Outfitter Professional Hunter 11
Stephen Tam Owner Outfitter Professional Hunter 7
Rudi Bellingan Professional Hunter 10

Freelance hunters are used when required.

Trophies are skinned, salted and stored in separate sheds made of brick, very secure and 100% vermin proof. These facilities are well ventilated and have electric lighting. The trophies once dried are stored separately and tags are used for identification. There is also an abattoir with cold room.All the skinners have 2 to 10 years experience. Highveld, Karoo or Relive Africa Taxidermyare recommended in South Africa. However, trophies can be shipped to the clients own taxidermist of choice.

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