Here at Tinashe, we welcome kids with open arms.
Expose your children to the thrills and excitement of hunting by bringing them along to Tinashe. Owner and professional hunter Clayton Fletcher established Tinashe Kids based on his own experience of learning to hunt at the knees of his father and grandfather. Few things are as precious to us as accommodating parents who bring their kids along for their first hunting trips at Tinashe Kids.
They say it takes a village to raise a child, but we believe a ranch is the perfect place to teach them about hunting and conservation from a young age. Tinashe Kids provides unforgettable learning experiences that teaches important life skills and personal values. We provide a safe and friendly environment in which children can learn about the characteristics of different animals, game habitats, and the importance of a clean environment for sustaining wildlife populations for future generations.
Safety is our number one priority when hunting with kids, which is why we require all children
under the age of 18 to be accompanied by an adult. We provide onsite rifle practice at our onsite shooting range, and we highly recommend that they complete a hunter’s safety course, although this is not required.
All guests are important to us, which is why we created Tinashe Kids. Change the world one child at a time by taking your child on the ultimate hunting safari in the heart of Africa. Your child’s lessons and experiences will become an education for others which might just change the way one person views hunting and conservation, and that will be a gift that keeps on giving for generations to come.
Few experiences are as memorable as an African hunting safari. From feeling the sun on their warm backs as they track down their prey under the guidance of professional bushmen trackers to eyeing their quarry through the scope, this is your opportunity to provide them with an unforgettable experience.
Ultimately, your heart will swell to bursting when your child puts down his or her first buck...
Bring your kids along on your next hunting trip!