“Young Legends in the making”
At Hunting Legends we are passionate about hunting & the great outdoors, and we cherish the value it brings to families and children alike. Spending quality time with your kids is a responsibility so often neglected by parents and quite frankly, a bitterly sad fact!
Our lives flash by us in an instant and before we know it our children are all grown up and getting on with their own lives. We often put the blame on NO TIME, NO MONEY, TO MANY OBLIGATIONS TO MEET and WORK, AND BEFORE WE KNOW IT, our children are all grown up and start to leave home.
Ask yourself this question – HAVE YOU SPENT ENOUGH QUALITY TIME with your children?
I haven’t and for that I am going to make up as fast and as best I can!
My son is the love of my life and I owe him – BIG TIME!
TIMBA – (Phillip Mostert Junior)
Matimba is a nickname given to my son by the local black folk when he was born and means STRONG ONE. Since then his nickname has been abbreviated to TIMBA ,meaning LION
Spending just another holiday at a resort somewhere, where the children play in game arcades or at the pool while you lounge and visit with your friends isn’t good enough. We need to spend QUALITY TIME with our sons and daughters and there is no better venue than nature, especially Africa, where to find that magical moments.
The magical moment when nature itself becomes the teacher, the entertainer and the setting where you and your boy will really discover each other like never before!
Taking your kid on that unforgettable hunting trip where he gets to become a man himself is something you will cherish for the rest of your life. Spending hours around a camp fire, talking, joking, relaxing, educating and finding your lost soul, is the answer to any fathers questions to life.
Rediscover your child and bring him on a hunt with the Legends in Africa – a trip of a life time, and journey to a new world of love and passion for your children.
TIMBA – I love you SON!
Phillip Mostert Senior
Hunting for conservation and preservation!
To often we as hunters are critisized and referred to as killers. This is not true and mostly used by ill informed and biased people in society. Hunting plays an enormous part in conservation and had it not been for hunting, many species would have been extinct by now. Trophy hunters have invested Billions of Dollars into hunting over the past decades and continue to do so now. Hunting has also helped return desolate and previously abused tracts of land back to its former beauty and millions of animals have been reestablished back into the wild and nature as we have found it. All of this contributes to a better and sustainable future for society at large.
Hunting for conservation is a reality, it works and it is flourishing thanks to you the hunter!
Now we need to preserve it for our children and no better place or time to start with them, than right now in Africa.
Phillip Mostert Senior and Junior with his Impala
Phillip Junior took this nice young Impala ram with a 22.250 at 220 yards with one shot!
Taking your children hunting will change all your lives for the better! Say no to drugs and life’s common bad influences, say yes to nature and spending 24 hours a day with your son or daughter in God’s country!
We now make it a point to encourage our clients and friends alike to focus on our children and to bring them hunting, as we did with friends Hannes and Annemarie Moolman below:
Kalia (left), Lenro (front) Dr. Annemarie and Hannes Moolman
Lenro (6 years) took his Impala with a 22.250 at 240 YARDS ONE SHOT KILL too!
You can never imagine the joy and the excitement you will experience with your children hunting, even at these very young ages until you have done so! All they think and talk about is the great shot, the way we found the big bucks, the stalk, the trophy, the hunt, the experience. No televisions required, no radio’s and IPODS or Video Games, just plain good quality time!
SOLUTIONS FOR TODAY’S CHALLENGING WORLD
Doctor Annemarie Moolman is a renowned Psychologist specializing in Child Psychology and a keen Outdoors-Lady herself. In Annemarie’s own words, there is no better place than nature to teach your children the true values and qualities of life, while discovering themselves.
If you’re having problems or have children with challenges, then now is the time to take action and change your lives for the better! Bring them to Africa with Hunting Legends International and enjoy a vacation of a life time and rediscover your child and yourself. Dr, Moolman offers a complete and comprehensive service to our clients and can help you with your challenges while you’re on your African Hunting Safari.
No need for consulting rooms or stressed environments, just a good hunting lodge in Africa and our majestic natural resources is all she needs to help you.
Get solutions for your problems now and discover the best therapy you will ever need.
For more information on how Dr. Annemarie can help you with your challenges, contact her today or contact us at Hunting Legends and we will make it happen for you.
Affordable, enjoyable and results driven!
NOW LETS HAVE SOME FUN
Phillip, Cornè and Timba
Timba (Phillip Junior) took this Blesbuck at 160 yards on the same hunt.
And it’s not just the hunting or quality time around the camp fires, it’s also the time you have to teach your son (or daughter) all about nature, about wildlife about values and about life at large. Spending this time is worth every penny in gold and will be times you or your children will never forget. Teaching them to hunt, to conserve and to love cannot be done in a better and more exciting place than Africa with all its beauty and large variety of fauna and flora.
TIMBA learning how to skin a Black Wildebeest
Hunting Legends has a special offer for you – if your son or daughter is under the age of 14, they can come for FREE!
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to spend that quality time with your child and will certainly be the highlight of their young life at this stage.
Lenro and Hannes with Lenro’s Springbuck
Lenro and Timba with a Roland Ward Black Wildebeest shot by Hannes Moolman.