A trophy hunting experience for the world's largest land mammal is as big and as out of this world as the animal is; an African Elephant.
Using the biggest firearm you can get your hands on, bringing down the world's biggest is no easy task and makes for a very serious safari.
They won't be able to see you very well, but their sense of smell and hearing is unmatchable, avoiding conflict early, and with all cost. Luckily their big appetite keeps them busy for up to 16 hours a day, providing perfect, year around hunts for worldwide enthusiasts.
A serious shot is almost always a double; dropping a big elephant with an even bigger rifle is an extreme must-have hunt.
Hunting this species in particular, brings a special air to the hunting party that makes everyone feel that there is more to this hunt than just the shot, the world's biggest target.
Elephant hunting is a treasured safari, unique as the various stories and hunts beloved by so many huntsmen
Scientific name: Elephas maximus or Loxodonta
Size: Asian elephants length 5.5 – 6.5 m, height male 2.7 m, female 2.2 m
Weight: Asian elephant 2,000 – 6,000 kg
Lifespan: 70 years Methods: Stalking, Safari
Continent(s): Asia, Africa