TROPHY HANDLING

All Field preparations are handled by our experienced and well-trained staff.  Hides are meticulously skinned, tagged with you name and chemically preserved before they are transported, free of charge, to our Local Taxidermy or Dip & Pack agent.   Numzaan Safaris will do all necessary documentation and arrangements to have your trophies safely and legally exported.

Preferred Taxidermist and Dip & Pack Agents used by Numzaan Safaris:

Life-Form Taxidermy

Swift Dip - Your Dip and Pack Solution

 

Shipping Agent used by Numzaan Safaris:

Safari Cargo Systems - 'expeditors of extraordinary cargo"

 

Price lists:

Click here for U.S. Dollar Life-Form Taxidermy Price list.

 

Important Notice Regarding Importing Trophies to the USA.

 

  •  All hunters must be identified by their FULL GIVEN NAME AS IT APPEARS ON THEIR PASSPORT.  This must appear on all documents period.
  •  Copy of the Hunt Register or Hunt Permit is REQUIRED  to submit with every entry.
  •  ONLY ONE HUNTER TO A HOUSE BILL AND CRATE / PACKAGE.

Clients often request their Hunting Outfitters to combine two, or more, clients’ trophies onto one PH Register. Not only is this illegal to do, but it can land you in serious trouble. Should you as PH / Outfitter allow such practice, you can be held responsible for submitting false / fraudulent information, as you have signed the PH Register. According to the Lacey Act in America, it is a violation of law to complete / submit such false documentation.  

 

Following Animals may not be imported into the U.S. under any circumstances: 

  •  Cheetah 
  •  African Wild Dog 
  •  Brown Hyena 
  •  Scimitar Horned Oryx - Would have to have been ranch captive bred and taken prior to 09-02-2005, requires US CITES I permit. 
  •  Mountain Cape Zebra 
  •  Black Rhino 
  •  Jaguar 
  •  Black Faced Impala

Testimonials

Stef,

Wanted to thank you and everyone at Numzaan Safaries for the great hunt.  I think that your 470 kill shot not only saved us from many more hours of tracking but saved us also from a potentially very harmful and serious leopard attack.

Staying vigilant, with rifle shouldered, thumb on safety in order to take that split second shot is not easy.  It was simply amazing to watch and now reflect on that 7 man team effort successfully track down that leopard.
 
The newsletter was so well written by Mike that I must have read it 10 times, sent it to all my friends and it gave me chills as I recalled every second of what now seems like a dream.

Although my visit was short, and my hunt one night, I realize how fortunate I was to take the leopard the first night and that in reality, the prep work by Mike and the awesome Shorty was time consuming and required diligent thought and effort.  Much appreciation for that because without it, I am sure I would have been painting spots on an Impala!!!  Seriously though, it is important for me to have you know that I realize it was NOT a 1 day hunt but a MANY day effort and use of wisdom, skill and talent that allowed a one say SHOOT!!  Your entire team, Bennie, Shorty, Jean-Louis, Jaco, Mike and you were the consummate professional trackers and hunters! You must be extremely proud of your son Jaco.  He is a gentleman.  He is a humble and respectful young man with wisdom and talent far beyond most his age.  Please forward me a picture of his leopard if his bow hunt is as successful as I believe it will be.

You and the entire behind the scenes team at Nuumzaan are 2nd to none.  You treated Sandra and me to not only two fantastic hunts this year but a friendly, embracing, warm camaraderie that are more important in life than any trophy animal.

The true joy and success of an adventure is not necessarily the length of the hunt but the lifetime of memories in every second that passes by.  For the lifetime of memories, I thank you my friend and thank you Nuumzaan Safaries!!

Sincerely,

Don