New Zealand to Reopen Borders

After around 730 days, New Zealand will be reopening its borders to tourism in April and May. Below is the release from New Zealand’s Tourism Industry body. Kia ora, TIA is grateful that the Government has listened to our advocacy on behalf of our members and brought forward the border reopening dates. Tourism operators can look […]

Canada Opens to Vaccinated Americans August 9

[box] Starting August 9, 2021, Canada plans to begin allowing entry to American citizens and permanent residents, who are currently residing in the United States, and have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entering Canada for non-essential travel. The Government’s press release is below.[/box]

Hunt Report and Travel Tips – South Africa

  [box] This article was written by DSC Member Austin Cowan. Here, Austin describes what it was like traveling on his recent buffalo hunt in South Africa and offers great tips for newcomers and pros alike. [/box]  

OPHAA April 2021 Africa Travel Guidelines

[box] Operators and Professional Hunting Association of Africa (OPHAA) has organized these guidelines for traveling to Africa. All three pages have very useful information on requirements in different countries. Safe travels ahead! Another update with come next month. [/box]

Dallas Convention Center, Airport, Hotel Facilities Awarded Global Accreditation

(Sept. 15, 2020 – DALLAS) — Hunters around the nation have postponed their hunts and dream longingly for the days when it is safe to travel once again to favorite destinations. Making plans to visit a hunting show next spring would certainly be a welcome change. DSC, famous for its Texas hospitality, is working hard to ensure […]

Hunters CARE Update

DSC and the DSC Foundation Hunters CARE (COVID-19 Anti-poaching Relief Effort) is having a profound impact on the ground during some of the most dire and challenging times that wildlife conservation has faced. As poaching increases and hunts continue to be cancelled or postponed, many hunting operators are experiencing significant hardships from the downturn in […]