The farm Okowiruru-North is located 200 km northeast of Windhoek in the so-called Sandveld. The farm is run in the third generation as a cattle farm. Since the nineties trophy hunting has been introduced. The landscape consists predominantly of thorn bush savannah which can sometimes be open and in other places very dense. After a rich rainy season, there are several natural waterholes that then dry out at the end of the year. Then the game is also dependent on the numerous water sources, which are filled by wind and solar energy. Cattle fences are an important part of pasture farming, but are no obstacle to game.
Kudu, Oryx, Hartebeest and Warthog are the main game species on Okowiruru. Since the beginning of the farming activities they are hunted for meat supply and are valued as part of nature. Leopard, Cheetah, Brown Hyaena and Jackal also leave their tracks on the farm. The chances on a big old warthog Keiler are very good on Okowiruru-North.