About us

Damara Dik-Dik Ranch is a truly unspoiled wilderness. It is 10,000 acres and offers a spectacular mountainous valley, vast plains and an incredible diversity of both Fauna and flora. Situated 260 miles north of Windhoek, Namibia's Capital, it is a 4-hour highway (B1) drive to your relaxing African hunting destination.

Damara Dik-Dik Ranch is managed and owned by the Lopes family who built a lodge to perfection and transformed it into an exclusive “Bowhunting only” ranch. Hunters may choose any of our ten hunting blinds (6 elevated and 4 ground) shooting up to 20 yards or "walk and stalk" should the client prefer.

From years of experience we respect that bow hunters prefer to hunt on property that is exclusive for bow hunters, for that reason we have various concessions for rifle hunting. We can accommodate groups consisting of bow and rifle hunters with everyone staying at one lodge but hunt separate properties depending on the weapon of choice. We also give our clients the opportunity and choice to have the lodge exclusively for themselves in other words no mixed groups.

Damara Dik-Dik Safaris also has a fleet of vehicles for hunting and transportation of our valued clients. We have two fully equipped double cab Toyota Land Cruisers and two fully equipped single cab Toyota Land Cruisers for hunting purposes, one 10 seater Land Rover for game drives and a 7 seater Mercedes Benz crew bus for the transportation from and to the international airport. We personally collect all our clients ourselves at the international airport.

While hunting, all clients Bow hunters and Rifle hunters will be accompanied by a professional hunter to point out and guarantee top quality trophies. After the hunt we supply you with an unedited DVD copy of your hunt and by the end of the hunting season we comply a DVD of all the hunts. We also specialize in trophy photos and supply you with a USB Memory Stick or Data CD with all your trophy pictures taken by ourselves after the hunt, all at no additional cost.

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