Okay, so here's the deal.
I’ve been thinking about a follow up blog on my Papua New Guinea (PNG) water
buffalo hunt and I am having a hard time holding back, so here it goes. I'm offering
an opportunity to travel with me back to PNG, to hunt one of the most dangerous
animals that walks the planet.
When I say dangerous I mean it's like this. I received an international call shortly after posting my last PNG blog with the trophy pictures. The call was
from a well traveled gentleman from Africa who hunts and has hunted all
species of buffalo. (Think: Indiana Jones.) We had great conversation, knowing that we were two of the
few and when I say few, I mean very few that have traveled to such a remote
place as the PNG bush, with little-to-no outfitters available. Implying that no more dangerous hunts exists, his message was clear, "if I
were to bring people down there I'd make sure they carry their own premium insurance." At that point it struck me, again. This was a dangerous hunt. These buffalo do not like to be targets of native spears and bullets of foreigners! The fact
that it took 6 bullets to finally put down my February 2014 trophy was one thing, but not
before it charges prior to the final two shots. So enough said, time to go
purchase your travel insurance because this upcoming hosted hunt is an opportunity of a lifetime.
A little more about PNG and I will be blunt about it.
During the daytime we experienced temperatures in the 90's with extremely high
humidity and low 80's at night. The place was crawling with snakes, spiders,
ants and many other creepy, scuttling things. The benefits - see
and travel where only local villagers have or maybe haven't. A place that you
could easily stumble upon life-forms that had never been seen. This place has
adventure around every corner. Now that being said, our base camp hotel in Wewak, just a bumpy two hour drive away, is resort quality with a fine restaurant, air conditioning, pool, and lots of international intrigue. An oasis. Memories and friends were made at the lounge here too! Our remote camp excursion in 2015 will incorporate some OMM enhancements.
The 2015 trip will be after the SCI Convention. Our small group of adventure seekers will leave from Los Angeles on a Monday. Let’s go on an adventure! You can do this! Call today to reserve your spot. Call: 207-444-7529.
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