At HAWA Safari's we are well aware of the threats facing Mother Nature in the 21st century. We strive to preserve the diversity and abundance of Southern Africa's Fauna and Flora for future generations. Not only does this mean we show respect and admiration for the natural environment, but we also abide by all laws, permitting requirements, and the rules set forth by governments and natural parks.
We practice responsible hunting techniques. At the end of the day, no aspect of a hunt is wasted, we ensure optimal use of all aspects of each hunt and practice a minimum/no waste approach.
Although the act of hunting may seem counterintuitive to Africa's wildlife conservation efforts, numerous studies have shown that hunting tourism plays a huge role in preserving the habitat and continued preservation of wildlife populations throughout Africa. If you would like to read more about the role that hunting plays in the larger scheme of animal and environmental conservation, these articles are a good starting point: