How to take good photos with your Smartphone

Today’s smart phones are armed with camera features that enable hunters to produce better amateur hunting photos than ever before. There’s no excuse for harvesting an animal of a lifetime and coming away from the experience with poor photos. It honors the animal and preserves its memory to take good photos, and you don’t have

Seasons Greetings and Thank you!

As this year comes to an end, Umdende Hunting Safaris says a huge Thank You to our family, friends, hunters and agents for all your support! Without you, we would not be where we are today!! We’ve had an amazing year filled with good times, spectacular food, rolling laughter, proud hunting stories and remarkable trophies!

Retriever training – the basics for a beginner

Whether your Retriever is for hunting or competition, there are some basic “Do’s & Don’ts” for Retriever training that are fairly constant. These are essential to build the foundation for a well-conditioned bird dog that consistently retrieves to your expectations. If possible, it is much better to avoid bad behaviour from the start, since it

Hunting Conventions 2018

Umdende Hunting Safaris invites all our friends, family and agents to the Biggest and Greatest Hunting Conventions in the world!! Come meet Clayton at the Dallas Safari Club Convention, booth #932 in the Wingshooters World, Dallas,at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Centre from the 4th – 7th January 2018 and again at the Safari Club

Travel Medical Insurance

A Safari trip is considered by many travelers to be the ultimate “bucket list” trip, the experience of a lifetime, and with a little research it can be. The centerpiece of most Safari trips is viewing wild animals in their natural habitats, and many tour operators are happy to oblige, driving their guests into National

Taxidermy- What you need to know

Hunting in Southern Africa is often described as a once in a lifetime opportunity and often Hunters specifically return to hunt in South Africa due to our diverse animals and landscapes. But what happens after you have shot your animal? Below is a short description into what happens behind the scenes. So, you have harvested