If you want to shoot a lion or a tiger and save money in the process go to South Africa.
The price of killing a wild lion shot on a safari in Tanzania may cost $70,000. In South Africa you can shoot a trophy size specimen for a fraction of that.
Hunting in South Africa also takes the strain out of the hunt as you are not only guaranteed a trophy, but the farm-raised, habituated animals are released for your pleasure inside a fenced area, just a few hours prior to your arrival, so there is no need to go driving and hiking all over the place and wearing yourself out.
The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in South Africa, which has more than 160 lion-breeding farms holding up to 5,000 lions, far exceeding the population of 2,000 or so remaining in the wild, hanging by a thread living off-limits behind…
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