SANDVELD GAME RANCH
60 years ago Sandveld was destined for cattle ranching with only a few plains game species already roaming the area. Eventually, the cattle were removed as it was not sustainable for this specific area. Sandveld was part of the Eden Wildlife Trust, therefore untouched for years and the game was thriving.
Allan Cilliers started Bow Hunting in this area in 1997 and soon became the owner of the property in 2002. He took his Game Ranch management skills and developed Sandveld into a magical wildlife paradise With only one watering point in the area, Allan soon developed 13 more water points. In return attracting more wildlife and birdlife.
Sandveld was becoming a mecha for the fauna and flora. Cilliers Safaris also became proud members of the Black Rhino custodian program at that time. Sandveld Game Ranch became the host for these magnificent and endangered species. The revenue that is produced by the Nambian Safari Hunting is used to monitor and protect the Black Rhino.
Situated in the Northeast of Namibia, Sandveld is the only private Game Ranch that borders directly onto two communal Wildlife Conservancies, namely - a Jaqna wildlife conservancy in Bushmanland and Otjituuo conservancy in Hereroland. This unique location enables the free-range movement of all cat species, elephant, warthog, hyena and African wild hog. Sandveld is home to the largest African wild hog population on private land in Namibia.
The wild hog population are critically endangered in Namibia.
Sandveld Game Ranch is 160 000 acres in size, owned and run by the Cilliers family for 20 years,
There are a variety of free-roaming plains game, predators and birdlife you can observe and hunt.
It is a unique opportunity for any enthusiastic Bow and Rifle trophy hunter.
With 14 waterholes, professionally designed bow blinds and stalking routes, we will not disappoint.
Sandveld Game ranch is the ideal place for your next African Hunting Safari.