I worked with a guy who claims his grandfather shot the last tiger that was legal to import back into America. Dude had a trust fund that was worth $2.6 million dollars. Said his fathers it ups he couldn't have it until 65 years old. He had 5 more years to go when I quit working 2018.Nice to make your dreams come true. I have thought of going to the India of Jim Corbet but figure with my luck I'd be eaten by a tiger or catch some incurable disease. Read that book, The Man-eaters of Tsavo, amazing about the appetites and brazeness of those lions - a harrowing tale of terror and bravery.
Africa was very affordable when I hunted there. I remember buying beers in the Johannesburg Hilton @ .50 cents of their money for a pint. Exchange rate was like 7.5 Rand per the dollar! I doubt it's safe to even go now, but thats part of the adventure.I have a safari dream. I dream of winning the lottery too and sadly the two are inseparably linked.