of South Africa
whom it may concern
I am a T4-T5 level paraplegic.
I have hunted at East Cape Plains Game Safaris during August 2004 and July 2005.
The camp facilities are wheelchair accessible, and the personnel well able to accommodate and
help a disabled hunter.
Travel to and from the hunting field
is by a four wheel drive vehicle, but no shooting is allowed from vehicles.
The hunter is carried in a hunting chair, either stalking game or sitting at a suitable
location or in a hide. This ensures fair chase hunting,
and results in a worthwhile hunting experience. Shooting
distance varies from 50 to 300 yards, and terrain varies from open to bushy veld.
Game is abundant.
Lack of hunting success cannot be blamed on lack of game. East Cape Plains Game Safaris goes to great lengths to ensure the
availability of game. In this respect it is as
much a game viewing as a hunting trip! Game will
however not jump into your lap, is not confined in small enclosures or camps, and the hunter needs
to do his/her share.
I have hunted Impala, Warthog,
Blesbok and Blue Wildebeest, all animals being of good quality.
The guides and Professional Hunter spare no effort to ensure a successful hunt, within the
boundaries of ethical and fair chase principles.
I can recommend East Cape Plains
Game Safaris to any disabled hunter: They are keen and
able to help, ensure the availability of abundant game, and ensure an enjoyable hunting experience
in the open veld, as any able hunter would experience.