Hunting in Namibia

getting close to nature

Hai//Om Safaris is a 6200-hectare hunting farm that is privately owned and run by a german-speaking family who has been living in Namibia for 5 generations.

The lodge has 9 luxury rooms with a waterhole view in addition to 2 family rooms and can accommodate up to 25 guests.

It's about nature

Hunting is not about shooting. It’s about escaping your normal everyday life and enjoying unspoiled nature in its tranquillity.

Our farmlands have over 1,000 hectares of mountain ranges which offer spectacular scenery on your journey through our nature. You’ll come across a big variety of fauna and flora and enjoy the African sunsets.

Namibia is open for travel in 2021
Savannah-bushland landscapes
Bow hunter stalking a Kudu in the bush
The farm has over 90 Giraffes
Hai//Om Safaris lodge and pool area

About us

We care about conservation and therefore limit the hunting of animals on our farmlands with respect to the sustainable population size of each species.

At Hai//Om we solely conduct ethical hunting practices and all safaris are undertaken with the legal consent of the Ministry of Tourism and Environment of Namibia.

Some of our wildlife

The farms has over 15 different types of antelopes including Giraffe, Eland, Kudu, Waterbuck, Black Wildebeest, Common Impala and Mountain Zebra. In addition, we have predators including Leopard, Cheetah, Jackal and the Spotted Hyena.

Photo gallery

impressions from Hai//Om Safaris

Hunting packages

Reduction hunting

all inclusive package
2298 7 days
  • 6 Hunting days
  • 1 Rest day
  • 1 Impala Trophy
  • 3 Impala Non-trophy

Gabus package

all inclusive package
4496 12 days
  • 10 Hunting days
  • 2 Rest days
  • 2 Impala Trophy
  • 1 Oryx Trophy
  • 1 Black-Wildebeest Trophy
  • 1 Impala Non-trophy
Most Popular

Namibia package

all inclusive package
5398 14 days
  • 12 Hunting days
  • 2 Rest days
  • 1 Impala Trophy
  • 1 Impala Non-trophy
  • 1 Eland Trophy
  • 1 Black Wildebeest Trophy
  • 1 Oryx Trophy


frequently asked questions

Yes, our 2 farms are registered as hunting farms with the Ministry of Tourism and Environment.
Hunting permits are issued to our Master Hunting Guides who accompany guests on their hunting safari.

Yes, our hunting guests are often accompanied by their partners and children whom we happily accommodate at the lodge.

Guests can book the following activities at the lodge:

  • Safari game drives
  • Horse riding ( all levels )
  • Hiking trails
  • Game/bird watching from a hide


In addition, guests have access to the following external activities:

  • Wine tasting at a local wine farm
  • Cave excursion in the Uiseb mountains
  • Day visit to the Hoba Meteorite
  • Day trip to the Etosha National Park
  • Safari tours through Namibia

The trophy hunting season in Namibia starts on the 1st February and ends on the 30th November of each year.
No hunting for trophies in particular is to take place between the 1st December and 30th January annually.

For trophy hunting, you require a trophy hunting permit issued to the hunting operator which includes your name and residential address.
In addition, a copy of your passport is required to obtain the permit.

The Ministry of Tourism and Environment has a standard turnaround time of 5-7 working days to issue the permits.

Prospective hunters should consider to bring along the following:

  • Sunscreen, sunglasses and hat
  • Binoculars
  • Safari-type clothing in camouflage or khaki colours
  • Warm clothing for the winter months between May and August
  • Hiking shoes or shoes with durability which are suitable for walking

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