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Meike and Henner Wilckens [with their sons Cedric, born 2013, and Yannic, born 2017] operate the Krumneck and Okazeni hunting areas with the help of their parents and trained staff. Tualuka is operated by Henner’s niece Vera and her husband Johann.
Meike is the fourth-generation descendent on Krumneck while Henner is the third-generation descendent on Okazeni. Besides hunting the Wilckens manage a big cattle herd where the offset is marketed to European countries as it is free-range beef without any growth stimulants.
Meike studied nature conservation and resource management in Windhoek while Henner completed his engineering studies in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Before moving back to Namibia in 2009, Henner lived and worked in Austria and Hungary on the oil rigs.
Henner’s parents have been in the hunting business for many years (25+) and Henner’s passion for hunting grew since his early childhood years. He obtained his professional hunters licence when he was 18. Okaturua Hunting was founded in 2010.
Henner is assisted by professional hunters Johannes, Andreas and Kiewid. All three are experienced and passionate hunters who know the bush like the back of their hand. The trackers, skinners, cooks and housekeeping staff are all trained for their tasks by attending relevant courses. Meike and Henner believe in training and education of their long service staff.