Really? You don't quite understand what a "game preserve" looks like in Africa, then. It isn't a zoo. It isn't Disneyland. You would have a hard time finding anything in the entire world that would be closer to "wild back country," LESS touched by human encroachment. If hunting big game is your thing, that's probably exactly where you want to be. ... So using a guide is not "hunting." Ohhhkay then. Guess that's one way of looking at it. I'm completely over the entire "that ain't hunting!!!" argument. So inane. If you use bait, that ain't huntin'. If you use dogs, that ain't huntin'. If you sit in a stand and shoot an animal at 500 yds, instead of stalking it and shooting it at 30 yds, that ain't huntin'. If you use a semi-auto, that ain't huntin'. If you're using a vehicle, that ain't hunting. If you shoot on Sunday, that ain't huntin'. If you shoot a bird sitting on a branch, instead of a split second later when it is flying, that ain't huntin'. If you shoot an animal that's on a fenced ranch, that ain't huntin'. If you shoot an animal that's "cute" or "majestic" or "sacred" or "noble" or is named Cesil, or whatever other anthropomorphic bullcrap, that ain't huntin'. And on and on and on. So much self-congratulatory arrogance picking fly poop out of pepper. If you're killing an animal you didn't raise as livestock, WTH? It's hunting. Stop with the goofy, divisive, embarrassingly pointless denigration of other animal killing sportsmen and accept that hunting, like nature, is "red in tooth and claw" and no amount of gussying it up in "sporting" fluff and glitter changes one single thing about eradicating the life of another creature for your own purposes. No animal ever thought it was fair and no animal ever wanted to die of starvation, or being eaten alive by predators, more than it wanted to die of a bullet or arrow wound. It is what it is. Stop pretending.