Africa

We’ve hunted the world over and enjoyed every minute of every hunt but, for an unparalleled hunting experience, variety of species and just plain fun, Africa is hard to beat. The traditional, classic destination for the big game hunter seeking a unique and exciting experience, the Dark Continent still holds a unique appeal. We have hunted with many different outfitters in Africa, searching for the best value on the best hunts in the best locations. The organizations we represent here are, in our opinion, the best of the best. The success of our clients support that claim.

Benin

Hunt Species:

  • Western African Savannah Buffalo
  • Western Roan
  • Sing Sing Waterbuck
  • Western Hartebeest
  • Reedbuck
  • Western Kob
  • Harnessed Bushbuck
  • Warthog
  • Western Grimms Duiker
  • Oribi
  • Baboon
  • Hippopotamus

Benin is an outstanding safari destination for the seasoned hunter, and relatively unknown to US hunters. Our outfitter has been operating in Benin since the early 2000’s. The hunting area is considered a prime block for the country. The density of Western Savannah Buffalo and Roan is very high, and has several unique species of plains game. It is wild and remote, right on the edge of the Pendjari National Park. It is really the place to look for unique species of West Africa.

The camp is situated in the area, composed of six en suite luxurious chalets and a big wide boma for dinners and drinks. Lots of time and effort were put into this camp, making it an incredibly comfortable camp for West Africa.

To arrive, you’ll have to fly to Cotonou and overnight in a hotel. The next day you’ll drive to the camp via enclosed cab 4X4. It takes about 12 hours to reach the camp in a vehicle, but air charters can be arranged upon request.

The season in Benin runs from December 15 to May 15 each year.

Unique species, luxury accommodations and reasonable safari prices make Benin a very special safari destination.

7 DAYS BUFFALO HUNT

Safari 1 hunter x 1 PH : €8900
Safari 2 hunters x 1 PH : €7500 / hunter
Observer : €1700

10 DAYS BUFFALO/ROAN HUNT

Safari 1hunter x 1 PH: €12,500
Safari 2 hunters x 1 PH : €9500 / hunter
Observer : €2000
Hippopotamus safari on request or upgrade fee:
Hippopotame : €1000

TROPHY FEES IN EUROS:

• Western African Savannah Buffalo : €1000
• Western Roan : €1400
• Sing Sing Waterbuck : €900
• Western Hartebeest : €900
• Nagor Reedbuck : €800
• Western Cob : €800
• Harnessed Bushbuck : €800
• Red flank – Duiker : €400
• Western bush Duiker : €300
• Oribi : €300
• Warthog : €300
• Baboon : €100
• Hippopotamus : €2,500

DAILY RATE INCLUDES:

• Meet and greet plus assistance at Cotonou airport.
• Transfer from Cotonou to the camp by AC 4X4 (round trip).
• The service of a licensed professional hunter, trackers, skinners and camp staff.
• Full board accommodation and drinks.
• Daily laundry.
• Field preparation of trophies.
• Local taxes (villages and anti poaching).

DAILY RATE EXCLUDES:

• Any air fare and travel costs to Cotonou.
• Visas. Insurances (hunting responsibility, travel, cancellation, luggages, repatriation).
• Accommodation before and after the safari.
• Hunting licence : €500. Firearm licence : 150 €/weapon
• Air charter (on request).
• Trophy fee (wounded and lost animal, female X 2).
• Dipping and packing of trophies, export licence and veterinary certificate : €700
• Shipment of trophies to final destination.
• Any government taxes that may be imposed.
• Any changes to government trophy fees.
• Tips and personal spending.
• Rifle rent : €40 / day.


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Burkina Faso

Hunt Species:

  • Lion
  • West African Savannah Buffalo
  • Western Roan
  • Sing Sing Waterbuck
  • Western Hartebeest
  • Reedbuck
  • Western Kob
  • Harnessed Bushbuck
  • Western Grimms Duiker
  • Oribi
  • Warthog
  • Baboon
  • Bustard
  • Other Birds

Burkina Faso is a small landlocked country in West Africa. Formerly a French colony called, “Haute Volta” and later on the “Republic of Upper Volta”, the country was renamed “Burkina Faso” in 1984. Apart from native languages, French is the most widely spoken language in Burkina Faso. It is a politically stable country and hunters are welcomed by its friendly people. Ouagadougou, the capital, is a bustling city and has a very low crime rate when compared to other large African cities. Burkina offers many of the West African species of big-game as found in Cameroon. It is a newer safari destination for hunters in the U.S. and, compared to other countries, is incredibly affordable. Hunts are conducted from comfortable camps and a friendly camp atmosphere, and the trophy quality is outstanding.

Lion

With probably the highest density of Lion in Burkina Faso within our outfitter’s concession, Lion hunters enjoy close to a 100% success rate. This is especially remarkable given that baiting is not allowed in Burkina Faso and Lions are only hunted by tracking. Hunting a wild Lion up close and personal provides for a very exhilarating experience which is sure to rank among your best hunting experiences of all time. Genetically, Lions in Burkina Faso do not grow large manes.

West African Savannah Buffalo

While slightly smaller in body size to the Cape buffalo, the West African Savannah Buffalo offer an identical hunting experience. In Burkina Faso, the West African Savannah Buffalo range from reddish-orange to a solid black color and different colored Buffalo may be encountered in the same herd. The solid black-colored Buffalo are the larger of the two with greater body and horn mass. The pure red Buffalo tend to be more petite and also have a slightly different horn configuration to the black Buffalo. Similar to Cape Buffalo, these buffalo are extremely tough and can absorb multiple well placed shots from a large caliber rifle such as a 375 H&H or bigger, so are not to be taken lightly. Buffalo hunters have a 100% shot opportunity during the course of their hunt.

Western Roan

Burkina Faso probably has the highest concentrations of Roan in West Africa. Hunters can expect a 100% shot opportunity. Large herds are frequently encountered. However, a good mature bull will often be found on his own or in a smaller group. These are big bodied, tough antelope so use a premium bullet in a large enough caliber.

Day Rates:
7-day Antelope hunt (1×1) – 6,055 €. Quota to include 2 big game species and 1 small game species. Roan not included.
9-day Antelope hunt (1×1) – 8,280 €. Quota to include 3 big game species and 3 small game species. Roan not included.
8-day Buffalo hunt (1×1) – 8,832 €. Quota to include 1 Buffalo, 2 big game species and 1 small game species. Roan not included.
10-day Buffalo, Roan and Plains Game (1×1) – 11,500 €. Quota to include 1 Buffalo, 1 Roan, 2 big game species and 2 small game species.
14-day double Buffalo and Plains Game (1×1) – 15,890 €, (2×1) – 8,050 euros per hunter. Quota to include 2 Buffalo, 2 big game and 2 small game species. Quota to be shared if hunting on a (2×1) basis.

Rates include:

• Reception and assistance at Ouagadougou airport and transfer to hotel
• Services of PH and team including driver, tracker, and translator
• Services of camp staff
• Full board and accommodation
• Soft drinks and alcohol in moderation
• Bottled water
• Daily Laundry

Package rates exclude:

• Hotel and meals outside camp
• Gun permit (€120)
• Hunting license (€650). Big game only – €450
• Transfer to camp and return by road
• Anti-poaching fee (€500 per hunter)
• Observer daily rate – €200
• Tips and gratuities to staff and guides
• First Preparation of trophies
• Shipping home of trophies
• Trophy fees

Trophy Fees:
• Lion – €1450
• Buffalo – €480
• Roan – €490
• Western Hartebeest – €290
• Waterbuck – €420
• Reedbuck – €290
• Western Kob – €360
• Harnessed Bushbuck – €390
• Oribi – €70
• Bush Duiker – €70
• Warthog – €130
• Baboon – €60
• Bustard – €50
• Birds – €1


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Cameroon

Hunt Species:

  • Elephant
  • Bongo
  • Dwarf Buffalo
  • Forest Sitatunga
  • Giant Forest Hog
  • Bush Pig
  • Peter’s Duiker
  • Gabon Duiker
  • Blue Duiker
  • Ogilby’s Duiker
  • Bay Duiker
  • Black-fronted Duiker
  • Bate’s Pygmy Antelope
  • Python
  • Giant Eland
  • Northwestern Buffalo
  • Western Roan
  • Sing-sing Waterbuck
  • Western Hartebeest
  • Bohor Reedbuck
  • Western Kob
  • Harnessed Bushbuck
  • Warthog
  • Western Bush Duiker
  • Red-flanked Duiker
  • Oribi
  • Baboon
  • Civet Cat
This is a country offering what is possibly the most diverse landscape in Africa. Hunt a variety of species in geography ranging from rainforest to classic African Savannah. Lord Derby Eland and Bongo are the attraction here but do not discount the fantastic variety of other species available. There are many different species combinations on hunts in Cameroon.

Rain Forest Safaris

16 days: $30,000 – $40,000 per hunter

Hunting on a 1×1 basis. Each Professional Hunter has his own vehicle and a team of trackers and porters. All safaris are scheduled with a maximum of two hunters per camp at the same time.

On our 16-day safari, days 1 and 16 are transfer days. This means, there are 14 full days of hunting with some possible hunting on arrival and departure days.

Elephants are not importable into the U.S.

Available Species/Trophy Fee in Euros

Group A:

Elephant – €5,000
Bongo – €3,000
Dwarf Buffalo – €1,500

Group B:

Giant Forest Hog – €1,000
Bush Pig – €500
Peter’s Duiker – €250
Forest Sitatunga – €2,500

Group C:

Gabon Duiker – €250
Blue Duiker – €250
Ogilby´s Duiker – €250
Bay Duiker – €250
Black-fronted Duiker – €250
Bate’s Pygmy Antelope – €250
Python – €325

Savannah Safaris

15 days: $20,000 – $47,000 per hunter

8 days: $9,000 per hunter

Hunting on a 1×1 basis. Each Professional Hunter has his own vehicle and a team of trackers and porters. All safaris are scheduled with a maximum of three hunters per camp at the same time.

On our 15-day safari, days 1 and 16 are transfer days. This means, there are 13 full days of hunting with some possible hunting on arrival and departure days.

Available Species/Trophy Fee in Euros

Group A:

Giant Eland – €3,500
Northwestern Buffalo – €1,800
Hippo – €1,200
Elephant – €4,000
Western Roan – €2,000

Group B:

Sing-sing Waterbuck – €900
Western Hartebeest – €800
Bohor Reedbuck – €450
Western Cob – €400
Harnessed Bushbuck – €500
Warthog – €400

Group C:

Western Bush duiker – €300
Red-flanked Duiker – €375
Oribi – €300
Baboon – €200
Python – €325
Civet Cat – €250

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Ethiopia

Hunt Species:

  • Baboon, Anubis
  • Baboon, Gelada
  • Baboon, Hamadryas
  • Bat-Eared Fox
  • Bushbuck, Abyssinian
  • Bushbuck, Menelik’s
  • Bushpig
  • Caracal
  • Dik-Dik, Guenther’s
  • Dik-Dik, Harar
  • Dik-Dik, Salt’s
  • Duiker, East African Bush
  • Gazelle, Northern Grant’s
  • Gazelle, Soemmering’s
  • Gerenuk, Northern
  • Gerenuk, Southern
  • Giant Forest Hog
  • Greater Kudu
  • Klipspringer
  • Leopard
  • Lesser Kudu
  • Monkey, Colobus
  • Mountain Nyala
  • Neumann’s Hartebeest
  • Nile Buffalo
  • Oribi
  • Reedbuck, Bohor
  • Reedbuck, Mountain
  • Serval Cat
  • Tiang
  • Waterbuck, Defassa
  • Warthog, Common
  • Warthog, Desert

This outfitter operates their Mountain Nyala safaris in both the Arusi Mountains and the Bale Mountains at altitudes anywhere from 6,000 to 11,000 feet. The permanent camps have running water (both hot and cold), indoor toilets and showers. Most of the terrain is steep, heavy old growth forest with the areas above 10,000 feet thinning to the beginnings of heather and lobelia.
 
Another area, The Munessa concession, is 7,000 feet in elevation and is comprised of old forest and new, cultivated cedar forest where the new world record 18″+ Menelik’s Bushbuck was taken. Recently, a 43.5” Mountain Nyala was also taken here. The outfitter conducts only three safaris per year here and they typically sell out years in advance. Tented Camps are used for this area.
 
Several Mountain Nyala over 40″ have been taken in each concession over the last few years including a 42″ and a 41.5”. Mountain Nyala is the main species hunted but a very healthy population of Menelik’s Bushbuck is also present. Hunting is conducted both on foot and, in the higher areas, by horseback. Often spike camps are used. The thick forest means that normally shots are less than 200 yards: however, one must be prepared for the possibility of a longer cross canyon shot in excess of 350 yards.
 
Other species found in the mountain concessions include Spotted Hyena, Abyssinian Bohor Reedbuck, East African Bush Duiker, Leopard, Giant Forest Hog, and Colobus Monkey. There are limited license quotas for these species. These are difficult but rewarding hunts, and the scenery is absolutely beautiful.

15 Day Mountain Nyala Safari – $33,600
1×1, Mountain Nyala, Menelik’s Bushbuck, Colobus Monkey, Hyena, Warthog, Bushpig and Anubis Monkey. Observer – $3,000

15 Day Omo Valley Safari – $18,000
1×1, Lesser Kudu, Northern Grant’s Gazelle, Southern Gerenuk, Guenther’s Dik Dik and some of the smaller species. Observer – $2,250

3 Day Omo Valley Extension – $7,000
1×1, added to the Mountain Nyala or Biye Bahi hunt. Lesser Kudu, Northern Grant’s Gazelle, Southern Gerenuk and
Guenther’s Dik Dik. Observer – $700

21 Day Omo/Sala Valley Safari – $31,500
1×1, all the 15-day Omo Valley Safari species, plus: Tiang, Nile Buffalo, Neumann’s Hartebeest, East African Defassa
Waterbuck, Oribi, East African Bush Duiker, Abyssinian Greater Kudu, Abyssinian Bushbuck and Chandler’s Mountain Reedbuck. Observer – $4,200

15 Day Biye Bahi Safari – $18,000
1×1, Lesser Kudu, Soemmering’s Gazelle, Northern Gerenuk, Harar Dik-Dik, Desert Warthog and some of the smaller species. Observer – $2,250

3 Day Biye Bahi Extension – $9,000
1×1, only when added to the Mtn. Nyala, Omo Valley or Omo/Sala hunt, Observer – $900 Soemmering’s Gazelle,  Northern Gerenuk and Harar Dik-Dik.

3 Day Leopard Extension – $5,000
1×1, added to the Mountain Nyala hunt. Not importable to USA Observer – $500
30 Day Nyala Omo/Sala Safari – $54,000
1×1, all the 15 day Mountain Nyala Safari species, plus the Omo/Sala Safari species. Observer – $6,000

36 Day Nyala Omo, Sala & Biye Bahi Safari – $64,800
1×1, all the 15 day Mountain Nyala Safari species, plus all the 21 day Omo/Sala Safari species, plus all the 15 day Biye
Bahi species. Observer – $7,200

3 Day Alutu Extension – $9,000
1×1, added to the Mountain Nyala, Omo Valley or Biye Bahi hunt. Abyssinian Greater Kudu and spotted Hyena.  Observer – $900

Available Species/Trophy Fees
Baboon, Anubis – $100
Baboon, Gelada – $3,300
Baboon, Hamadryas – $1,100
Bat-Eared Fox – $300
Bushbuck, Abyssinian – $700
Bushbuck, Menelik’s – $6,000
Bushpig – $400
Caracal – $400
Dik-Dik, Guenther’s – $200
Dik-Dik, Harar – $340
Dik-Dik, Salt’s – $375
Duiker, East African Bush – $360
Gazelle, Northern Grant’s – $440
Gazelle, Soemmering’s – $2,600
Gerenuk, Northern – $3,000
Gerenuk, Southern – $3,000
Giant Forest Hog – $1,000
Greater Kudu – $2,700
Klipspringer – $1,400
Leopard – $4,600 (not importable to U.S.)
Lesser Kudu – $3,000
Monkey, Colobus – $600
Mountain Nyala – $15,000
Neumann’s Hartebeest – $4,000
Nile Buffalo – $3,000
Oribi – $240
Reedbuck, Bohor – $770
Reedbuck, Mountain – $1,000
Serval Cat – $360
Tiang – $1,100
Waterbuck, Defassa – $1,000
Warthog, Common – $400
Warthog, Desert – $400


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Mozambique

Hunt Species:

  • Cape Buffalo
  • Baboon
  • Bushbuck
  • Bush pig
  • Grey Duiker
  • Crocodile
  • Francolin
  • Eland
  • Elephant
  • Sharpes Grysbok
  • Guinea Fowl
  • Lichtenstein’s Hartebeest
  • Hippo
  • Impala
  • Kudu
  • Leopard
  • Lion
  • Red Duiker
  • Reedbuck
  • Sable
  • Spotted Hyena
  • Suni
  • Warthog
  • Niassa Wildebeest
  • Zebra
Our outfitter’s hunting concession in Northern Mozambique covers an area of little under a million acres in total. Its northern border is traced by 160 km of Lake Cahora Bassa. The west and south are bounded by the Zimbabwean border and the eastern limit is marked by the Musengezi River. The Lake adds a whole new dimension for clients hunting this concession, offering spectacular angling and photographic opportunities as well as producing excellent Crocodile and Hippo trophies.

The hunting concession incorporates typical Zambezi valley ecosystems, ranging from cathedral mopane forest and Jesse thickets to riverine woodlands and alluvial floodplains. The area supports very healthy populations of Elephant and Buffalo, as well as a diverse spread of plains game including Eland, Sable and Roan Antelope. Leopard are plentiful and some excellent Lion trophies have been taken here. The extensive northern lake boundary is home to large numbers of Hippo and Crocodile and offers magnificent bird hunting opportunities. There are three camps within the concession – two large permanent camps and one smaller, more remote fly camp. All are comfortable enough for even the most discerning clients. Our hunting parties are never mixed.

21 days – Elephant and Plains Game – POR

21 Days – Lion, Leopard, Buffalo & Plains Game – POR

18 Days – Lion, Buffalo & Plains Game – $66,000

14 Days – Leopard, Buffalo & Plains Game – $25,300

12 Days – Leopard & Plains Game – $19,800

10 Days – Buffalo & Plains Game – $15,400

10 Days – Hippo, Croc & Plains Game (1×1) – POR

10 Days – Sable & Plains Game (1×1) – $10,450 / (2×2) – $8,800 ea

Non-hunting observer – $330/day
Prices do not include government hunting license, veterinary export levy, Lugenda Wildlife fee, firearm permit, any firearm rental (if desired), trophy transport, air charter, vehicle transfer, trophy fees (detailed below), any sightseeing away from area (if desired), Lion and Leopard baits (if applicable), dip, pack and shipment of trophies, Mozambique visa fees and airport departure taxes, and gratuities.

Trophy Fees:

Cape Buffalo – $3,500
Baboon – $200
Bushbuck – $900
Bush pig – $800
Grey Duiker – $300
Crocodile – $3,500
Francolin – $0
Eland – $2,300
Elephant – POR
Sharpes Grysbok – $850
Guinea Fowl – $0
Lichtenstein’s Hartebeest – $1,200
Hippo – $3,500
Impala – $500
Kudu – $1,800
Leopard – $8,000
Lion – $14,000
Red Duiker – $700
Reedbuck – $700
Sable – $4,000
Spotted Hyena – $700
Suni – $600
Warthog – $600
Niassa Wildebeest – $2,900
Zebra – $2,300

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Namibia

Hunt Species:

  • Aardwolf
  • African Wildcat
  • Bat-Eared Fox
  • Black-Backed Jackal
  • Brown Hyena
  • Cape Eland
  • Caracal
  • Chacma Baboon
  • Cheetah
  • Damara Dik-Dik
  • Elephant
  • Genet
  • Giraffe
  • Greater Kudu
  • Grey Duiker
  • Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra
  • Honey Badger
  • Leopard
  • Oryx
  • Porcupine
  • Red Hartebeest
  • Serval
  • Springbok
  • Steenbok
  • Warthog
For the past several years, we have been representing this outfitter with tremendous success. Situated in northwestern Namibia, this outfitter has access to an insane amount of private, non-fenced hunting area that is absolutely full of native Namibian game. Namibia offers excellent plainsgame hunting for Kudu, Oryx, Damara, Dik Dik, Springbok, Red Hartebeest, Mountain Zebra and other species. Hunting parties are kept small to insure greater attention to the individual hunter.

Accommodations are generous with private suites featuring hot and cold running water, electricity, flush toilets and home-cooked meals served daily. Family owned and operated, this outfit is truly first class through and through. Meals are the finest we’ve seen in Africa, and their seasoned staff of professional hunters are excellent at hunting and judging big game.

Don’t let the low rates fool you, this hunting area is absolutely fantastic and we have never had a client come home disappointed. We truly believe that this is the best safari value in Africa, and a great place to bring the family on an affordable adventure.

1×1 $380/day per hunter
2×1 $300/day per hunter

Non-hunters $180/day per person.
Sightseeing/guide $600 per vehicle per day.
Round trip airport transfer $300 per vehicle.
Day rates do not include 15% Namibian VAT on daily rates.

Trophy Fees

**Aardwolf – $800
**African Wildcat – $400
**Bat-Eared Fox – $600
Black-Backed Jackal – $100
**Brown Hyena – $2,500
Cape Eland – $2,000
**Caracal – $700
Chacma Baboon – $200
*Cheetah – $4,000
Damara Dik-Dik – $1,600
Duiker – $350
Elephant – POR
**Genet – $450

 
Giraffe – $1,500
Greater Kudu – $1,400
Grey Duiker – $350
Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra – $1,100
**Honey Badger – $800
*Leopard – $7,000
Oryx – $700
**Porcupine – $550
Red Hartebeest – $700
**Serval – $1,200
Springbok – $550
Steenbok – $350
Warthog – $500

* These species require a predator trophy hunting permit
** These species require our outfitter to obtain the appropriate permits. Some even require a motivation letter from our outfitter to Nature Conservation before any hunting permit is granted and a refusal is always possible. Recently, approval for some of these species has been more difficult to obtain than in the past and there have been a couple of refusals on Genet and Serval. Therefore, it is impossible to say at the time of your booking if they will grant permits for any or all of these species.
 
Leopard or Elephant package available on request.
 
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South Africa

Hunt Species:

  • Baboon
  • Blesbuck
  • Blesbuck, White
  • Blesbuck, Yellow
  • Bontebok
  • Buffalo
  • Bushbuck, Southern
  • Bushpig
  • Common Reedbuck
  • Duiker, Blue
  • Duiker, Grey
  • Eland, Cape
  • Gemsbuck
  • Giraffe
  • Grysbuck
  • CapeImpala
  • Jackal
  • Klipspringer
  • Kudu, Cape
  • Lynx
  • Mountain Reedbuck
  • Nyala
  • Oribi
  • Ostrich
  • Porcupine
  • Red Hartebeest
  • Red Lechwe
  • Rhino, White
  • Roan Antelope
  • Sable
  • Springbuck, Black
  • Springbuck, Cape
  • Springbuck, White
  • Springhare
  • Steenbuck
  • Vaal Rhebuck
  • Vervet Monkey
  • Warthog
  • Waterbuck
  • Wildebeest
  • Zebra
  • Mountain Zebra
For over 15 years we’ve had the pleasure of booking hunts with this outfitter in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa. Since that time, they have continued to be a front runner in conservation of species native to the Eastern Cape and other species indigenous to Southern Africa. This outfitter is unique in that he has three privately-owned areas in the Eastern Cape of South Africa which are home to species found nowhere else in Africa.

These three areas cover various types of terrain and habitat, so you will be able to hunt the game in their natural habitat. They consist of the middle camp, which is situated along 30 miles of Fish River frontage and bushveld. This area also has the greatest variety of animals because of its diversity of bushveld and is home to large herds of buffalo, rhino, sable and roan which makes the hunting very exciting. The mountain camp is nestled in the Winterberg Mountain Range and their ocean camp overlooks the Indian Ocean. This gives one the opportunity to hunt in 3 different areas, each unique and challenging, and a large variety of animals. These three exclusive camps are no more than 2 hours drive apart.

1×1 $550/day
2×1 $500/day each

Observer – $275 per night, each

14% South African VAT to be added to daily rates

Trophy Fees

Baboon – $250
Blesbuck – $590
Blesbuck, White – $990
Blesbuck, Yellow – $1,950
Bontebok – $1,990
Buffalo, Cape below 40” – $8,800
Buffalo, Cape above 40” – $14,800
Bushbuck, Southern – $1,100
Bushpig – $950
Common Reedbuck – $1,800
Duiker, Blue – $2,200
Duiker, Grey – $490
Eland, Cape – $2,290
Gemsbuck – $1,390
Giraffe – $5,800
Grysbuck, Cape – $2,500
Impala – $450
Jackal – $100
Klipspringer – $2,200
Kudu, Cape – $1,690
Lynx – $1,390
Mountain Reedbuck – $590
Nyala – $2,590
Oribi – $3,200
Ostrich – $500
Porcupine – $390
Red Hartebeest – $1,190
Red Lechwe – $3,590
Rhino, White – POR
Roan Antelope – POR
Sable – POR
Springbuck, Black – $890
Springbuck, Cape – $450
Springbuck, White – $1,290
Springhare – $100
Steenbuck – $590
Vaal Rhebuck – $1,790
Vervet Monkey – $100
Warthog – $450
Waterbuck – $2,390
Wildebeest, Black – $1,190
Wildebeest, Blue – $1,190
Zebra – $1,490
Mountain Zebra – $3,500

 

 

 

 

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Tanzania

Hunt Species:

  • Baboon
  • Buffalo
  • Bushbuck
  • Bushpig
  • Cat Genet
  • Civet Cat
  • Crocodile
  • Dik Dik
  • Duiker
  • Eland
  • Elephant
  • Grysbuck
  • Hartebeest, Lichtenstein
  • Hippopotamus
  • Hyena
  • Impala
  • Jackal
  • Klipspringer
  • Kudu – Greater/Lesser
  • Leopard
  • Lion
  • Oribi
  • Ostrich
  • Porcupine
  • Ratal
  • Reedbuck
  • Roan
  • Sable
  • Serval Cat
  • Steinbuck
  • Suni
  • Warthog
  • Wildbeest
  • Waterbuck – Common/Deffessa
  • Wild Cat
  • Zebra

Home to some of the finest wildlife habitat in Africa, Tanzania is a premier safari destination. Large and remote wilderness areas combined with an abundance and variety of wildlife provide a setting conducive to classic tented camp safaris.

Tanzania is a land that has lured famous explorers and adventurers for centuries. Tanzania to this day still lures adventurers and sportsmen from around the world. It is one of the last remaining countries in Africa where you can still experience the true East African adventure. Whether it be hunting for the big cats, big buffalo, and special plains game, sightseeing and photography, or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania has everything. If you truly want an adventure and experience that is unmatched, then Tanzania is the country of choice. Apart from hunting or sightseeing, the most important aspect of your safari should be the unforgettable memories of the unique atmosphere of the African bush along with the people, animals, skills, sights, smells and sounds that you encounter while in Tanzania.

Books have been written and movies filmed, attempting to describe the impassioned grip Africa can have on the soul. From the days when hundreds of porters would carry supplies for months-on-end expeditions, to today, when the most remote places are accessible by light aircraft, there is an adventure and romance associated with a safari in the African wilderness.

For some, that adventure has become a way of life. Whether you seek a luxurious wildlife adventure, a remote and rugged area, a family holiday, or if you are a photographer with a mission, we will help you organize your journey.

The areas we have in Tanzania are all PRIME areas where you can be assured of quality trophies, first class camps, equipment and our personal attention.

Maswa North Game Reserve

Located along the Southwestern boundary of the Serengeti National Park, this area is considered one of the most prime areas in Tanzania. Maswa is not only a dry season refuge for many of the Serengeti animals, but also has the Great Wildebeest Migration pass through the area in January and February. Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Thompson & Grants Gazelle, Roan, Topi are just a few of the abundant game found in this area.

Maswa offers exceptional trophy quality for Buffalo with bulls over 45-48 inches. The area bids a great opportunity at some of the largest manned Lions in Tanzania as well as large Leopards. Also available are Roberts, Grants & Thompson Gazelle, Cokes Hartebeest, and White Bearded Wildebeest just to name a few.

Basis: 7-day Buffalo 10-day 10-day – 21 days Permit 14-day Elephant 14-day Leopard 16-day Lion* 21-day Full bag*
1×1 $26,900 $33,000 $37,000 $49,900 $59,900* $60,000 $90,000
2×1 $23,900 $30,000 $33,000        

* Additional upgrade Fees:
14 Days Elephant : $20,000 if Elephant is taken (plus trophy fees)
14 Days Leopard : $40,000 if Lion is taken (plus trophy fees)
21 Days Full Bag: $25,000 if Lion is taken (plus trophy fees)

Rungwa East & Rungwa Lunda
These two areas border both the Western and Northern boundary of the Great Ruaha National Park. These areas are some of the best hunting areas in Tanzania. Since the two areas also border the Kizigo Game Reserve, we have over 6,000 square km together; meaning we can manage and control the quality of our game.

These areas and ecosystem hold some of the densest Lion population in Tanzania. Numerous in numbers, these areas hold Buffalo, Leopard, Elephant, Sable, Roan, and Eland Greater & Lesser Kudu.

Basis: 10-day Buffalo 10-day – 21 Days Permit 14-day Elephant PG 14-day Leopard 16-day Lion 21-day Full bag
1×1 $26,900 $37,000 $47,900 $48,000 $55,000 $72,000
2×1 $24,000 $34,000        

* Additional upgrade Fees:
14 Days Elephant : $10,000 if Elephant is taken (plus trophy fees)
14 Days Leopard : $30,000 if Lion is taken (plus trophy fees)
16/21 Days Safari – : $20,000 if Lion is taken (plus trophy fees)

Kizigo West

This area borders the Rungwa Game Reserve. It is well known for its top quality buffalo, sable and roan, and big maned lions.

Basis: 10-day Buffalo 10-day – 21 Days Permit 14-day Elephant PG 14-day Leopard 16-day Lion 21-day Full bag
1×1 $26,900 $37,000 $47,900 $48,000 $55,000 $72,000
2×1 $24,000 $34,000        

* Additional upgrade Fees:
14 Days Elephant : $10,000 if Elephant is taken (plus trophy fees)
14 Days Leopard : $30,000 if Lion is taken (plus trophy fees)
16/21 Days Safari – : $20,000 if Lion is taken (plus trophy fees)

Selous Game Reserve

This area is known to be one of the very best blocks in the entire Selous Game Reserve. Located in the South East portion of the Game Reserve, this area is very remote and rich with wildlife. This area is specifically known for large Elephant, and has an abundance of Leopard, Buffalo and Plains Game.

Basis: 10-day Buffalo 10-day – 21 Days Croc & Buffalo Permit 14-day Elephant* 14-day Leopard/ Buff 14-day Lion/ Buff 21-day Full bag
1×1 $23,900 $33,900 $44,900 $45,000 $50,000 $59,900
2×1 $31,900        

* Additional upgrade Fees:
14 Days Elephant : $10,000 if Elephant is taken (plus trophy fees)

 
Trophy Fees

SPECIES

MASWA RUNGWA KIZIGO SELOUS
1st Buffalo $3,342 $3,142 $3,142 $3,142
2nd Buffalo $3,642 $3,342 $3,342 $3,342
3rd Buffalo $3,842 $3,642 $3,642 $3,642
Baboon $220 $220 $220 $220
Bushbuck $908 $908 $908 $908
Bushpig $676 $676 $676 $676
Civet Cat $636 $636 $636 $636
Cat Genet $645 $645 $645 $645
Crocodile $2,806 $2,806 $2,806 $2,806
Dik Dik $645 $645 $645 $645
Common Dukier $645 $645 $645 $645
Eland $3,006 $3,006 $3,006 $3,006
Elephant (20 to 25 Kg) $16,800 $13,800 $13,800 $13,800
Elephant (25.1 to 30 Kg) $22,700 $22,700 $22,700 $22,700
Elephant (30 kg and above ) $33,600 $33,600 $33,600 $33,600
Grysbuck $770 $700 $752 $752
Hartebeest – Lichtenstien’s $1,117 $1,117 $1,117
Hippo $2,770 $2,770 $2,770 $2,770
Hyena $849 $849 $849 $849
Impala $770 $770 $770 $770
Jackal $395 $395 $395 $395
Klipspringer $2,016 $2,016 $2,016 $2,016
Kudu (Greater) $4,146 $4,146 $4,146 $4,146
Kudu (Lesser) $5,268 $5,268 $5,268 $5,268
Leopard $6,530 $6,530 $6,530 $6,530
Lion $10,882 $10,882 $7,382 $7,382
Oribi $495 $495 $495 $495
Ostrich $1,866 $1,866 $1,866 $1,866
Porcupine $627 $627 $627 $627
Ratal $804 $804 $804 $804
Reedbuck $1,081 $1,081 $1,081 $1,081
Roan $5,059 $5,059 $5,059 $5,059
Sable $4,459 $4,459 $4,459 $4,459
Serval Cat $654 $654 $654 $654
Steinbuck $445 $445 $445 $445
Suni $1,081 $1,081 $1,081 $1,081
Warthog $781 $781 $781 $781
Wildbeest $1,417 $1,417 $1,417 $1,417
Waterbuck – Common $1,253 $1,244 $1,244 $1,244
Waterbuck – Deffessa $1,344 $1,344 $1,344 $1,344
Wild Cat $645 $645 $645 $645
Zebra $1,716 $1,716 $1,716 $1,716

 

 

 

 

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Uganda

Hunt Species:

  • Baboon, Olive
  • Buffalo, Cape- Karamoja
  • Buffalo, Cape- Lake Mburo
  • Buffalo, Cape- Nile
  • Bushbuck, East African
  • Bushbuck, Nile
  • Bush Pig
  • Crocodile, Nile
  • Eland; East African
  • DikDik, Gunther’s
  • Duiker, East African Bush
  • Hartebeest, Jackson’s
  • Hippopotamus
  • Impala, East African
  • Kob, Uganda
  • Leopard
  • Monkey, Vervet
  • Oribi
  • Reedbuck
  • Sitatunga
  • Topi
  • Warthog
  • Waterbuck, Ugandan Defassa
  • Zebra, Burchell’s

Hunting Season

The Uganda hunting season is from January through November. It rains all year round (which is why the country is so lush) with slightly more rain on average in April-June and November. However, the rainfall varies from year-to-year. Some species move with the rain, but we hunt where the animals are. The best time to hunt Buffalo and Hartebeest is during the months of December to end of April. After that the grass is too high and hunting Buffalo becomes challenging. All other species may be hunted year round.

Lodge Safari Option:

Our outfitters have built a new lodge on the banks of Mayanja River on an 11 acre plot located in our core area (Nakaseke) in the heart of Kafu where the highest density of Sitatunga can be found, and where the current Rowland Ward No 1 and SCI No 2 & 3 East African Sitatunga Bulls were taken. From the lodge it takes about 15-30 minutes to be in a cerebeti and start your Sitatunga Safari. Quite a number of cerebetis are built on the banks while others are deeper into the Papyrus. The cerebetis on the banks can be reached by vehicle and a short 5m meter walk while the ones in the Papyrus will be reached by using a canoe.

Fly Camp Safari Option – The Ultimate Adventure

The Kafu River Basin is simply a huge dense bush area with cattle farms and with plenty of papyrus swamps, marshlands and rivers lined by papyrus belts. Some of these places are so remote that even in the olden days neither sport hunting nor any local hunting occurred here. These areas hold huge trophies that have never been harvested. Prior to your safari we will prepare a small fly camp on the floating papyrus or on an island in the river/papyrus. The camp will have mosquito proof canvas tents for sleeping and dining plus a kitchen tent. Shower & toilet facilities are shared between client and guide. Only limited staff will be taken along. From that fly camp you will have your cerebeti within walking distance.
Sitatunga in our areas are usually seen grazing early in the morning and late in the evening. They also graze during the daytime where they are undisturbed. In between these times, your guide will take you out to hunt Nile Bushbuck, Oribi, Duiker, Reedbuck, Waterbuck and Uganda Kob. This is “the Ultimate Adventure” – hunting Sitatunga, the Ghost of the Swamp surrounded by Hippo, Crocodiles and abundant bird life.

Safari Package Duration 1 Hunter/
1 PH
2 Hunters/1 PH 2 Hunters/2 PH Trophy Fee Deposit
A: Uganda Kob & Nile Bushbuck 7 days $8,000 $7,100 N/A $5,000
B: Cape Buffalo – Karamoja 8 days $14,990 $12,590 N/A $10,000
C: Nile Buffalo 10 days $19,700 N/A $18,500 $10,000
D: EA Sitatunga -Lodge Option- 10 days $23,300 N/A $20,900 $10,000
E: EA Sitatunga -Fly Camp Option- 10 days $15,500 $12,800 N/A $10,000
F: EA Sitatunga & Nile Buffalo -Lodge Option- 14 days $35,700 N/A $32,340 $15,000
G: EA Sitatunga & Nile Buffalo -Fly Camp Option- 14 days $28,980 N/A $25,620 $15,000
H Full Bag Safari – 2 cape, 1 Nile buffalo, plus all plains game 21 days $63,675 All Species/
All Areas
All Species/
All Areas
$25,000

Hunters who travel with their families can upgrade their safari packages at any time and do side trips to:

• Bwindi National Park for Gorilla tracking
• Queen Elisabeth NP (tree climbing Lions, Giant Forest Hogs, large herds of Buffalo, Kob & Elephant)
• Murchison Falls NP (large herds of Kob, Hartebeest, Buffalo plus many other species)
• Kidepo NP (large herds of Buffalo, Elephant, Lions and rare species like Lesser & Greater Kudu)
• Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary
• Fishing on Lake Victoria or at Murchison Falls
• And many more.

Non-Hunters/observers pay $300 for lodge and $200 for Fly Camp per day inclusive of $20 Conservation and $20 Concession Fees.

Please note that trophy fees can change at any time without notification! Due to quota limitations, please be advised, to book your safari well in advance!

Trophy Fees

Baboon, Olive – Free
Buffalo, Cape (Karamoja), 1st – $3,000
Buffalo, Cape (Lake Mburo), 2nd – $3,000
Buffalo, Nile – $4,000
**Bushbuck, East African – $950
Bushbuck, Nile, 1st – $1,200
Bushbuck, Nile, 2nd – $950
Bush Pig, East African White Faced – $400
Crocodile, Nile* – $2,500
**Eland; East African – $2,000
DikDik, Gunthers – $750
Duiker, East African Bush – $600
Hartebeest, Jackson’s – $1,800
Hippopotamus* – $2,000
**Impala, East African (2 max) – $600
Kob, Uganda, 1st – $2,500
Kob, Uganda, 2nd – $2,000
Leopard* – $7,500
Monkey, Vervet – Free
Oribi – $650
Reedbuck, Chanlers Mountain – $850
Reedbuck, Common – $850
Reedbuck, East African Bohor – $850
Sitatunga, East African – $5,000
**Topi – $1,500
Warthog 550
Waterbuck, Ugandan Defassa – $1,300
**Zebra, Burchell’s (2 max) – $1,000

*Problem Animals
Crocodile, Hippos and Leopards can only be hunted when they are identified as problem animals by Uganda
Wildlife Authority (which heretofore has been rare). Even if identified before or during a safari, it might be
necessary to change the booked concession and permits for problem animals might not be available when clients
plan to hunt.
**Species which are found outside our concessions. Here we cooperate with other Ugandan safari outfitter
companies! An individual package can be design in addition to our package with an add-on for those species.

Uganda Facilities
 

 

 
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Zambia

Hunt Species:

  • Lion
  • Leopard
  • Buffalo
  • Sitatunga
  • Hippo
  • Sable
  • Roan
  • Livingstone’s Eland
  • Cookson’s Wildebeest
  • Common Duiker
  • Lichtenstein Hartebeest
  • Grysbok
  • Puku
  • Hobe Bushbuck
  • Reedbuck
  • Kudu
  • Klipspringer
  • Common Waterbuck
  • Defassa Waterbuck
  • Red, Black and Kafue Lechwe
  • Warthog
  • Burchell’s Zebra
  • Blue Duiker
  • Grysbok
  • Impala
  • Hyena
  • Baboon
  • Crocodile
Zambia is approximately 750,000 square kilometers of which almost one third has been set aside as wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Our clients have had tremendous success here on some of the best Lion, Leopard and Buffalo hunts the continent has to offer. If it’s the big cats you’re after, the areas we book in Zambia have them. With a diverse landscape there are multiple areas to hunt that offer completely different safari experiences. From the Kafue to the Luangwa to the swamps of the Bangweulu, Zambia is a country where a hunter could hunt for months on end. It’s because of this diversity that we offer several distinct options so clients can collect all available species that Zambia has to offer. Though camps will vary from area to area, all are very comfortable. Expect flush toilets, individual hot showers in each client chalet and a room attendant for each client.

These rates reflect only a portion of what we have to offer, so please inquire about specialized safaris or additional areas.
These are daily rates only. Additional fees including trophy fees, charters and gun permits are not included. Please inquire for more information.

New Safari Rates 2017  – All Prices Are Quoted In US$
GMA Hunts Billibilli Mulobezi /Sichifulo

Classic Safaris Number of days required Total Daily Rate – Excluding Area Fee
Lion/Leopard/Buffalo & Plainsgame 24 days $90,000
Lion, Buffalo and Plainsgame 21 days $67,000
Leopard, Buffalo, Sable and Plainsgame 16 days $30,000
Government Area Fee $3,500
Buffalo/Sable Safaris (Mini)
Buffalo , Sable and Plains game 10 days $15,000
Buffalo and Plains game 10 days $13,550
Sable and Plains game 7 days $10,250
Government Area Fee $1,850

Specialized Safaris

Kafue Lechwe, Sitatunga, Black Lechwe
These safaris are available on request and quoted accordingly

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Zimbabwe

Hunt Species:

  • Buffalo
  • Bushbuck
  • Caracal
  • Cheetah
  • Eland
  • Gemsbok
  • Giraffe
  • Impala
  • Klipspringer
  • Kudu
  • Leopard
  • Lion
  • Nyala
  • Sable
  • Serval Cat
  • Steenbok
  • Tsessebe
  • Warthog
  • Waterbuck
  • Wildebeest
  • Zebra
Zimbabwe is a country with a fantastic hunting history, and that tradition continues there today. With multiple outfitters to choose from, we believe we are booking some of the top areas in all of Zimbabwe. We’ve been booking the largest hunting conservancy in Zimbabwe for the past several years and our success there has been outstanding. The area has been managed for over 15 years extensively for multiple species of big game, including the big five.

This is one of the finest areas in Africa for big-mane Lions as evident from our client’s huge, free ranging Lion pictured at right. Our outfitter’s long term success rate on cats, both Lion and Leopard, is one of the industry’s finest. Lodging in these camps is very comfortable and would be a great place to take the family. The Buffalo population in the conservancy has been growing at an unbelievable 20% annually and is quickly becoming one of the best areas for a 40”+ bull. Additionally, with the closure of Botswana at the end of the 2013 season, our outfitter with Elephant areas in NW Zimbabwe is sure to be a hit for upcoming seasons. He offers great elephant hunts for bulls averaging over 50 lbs, and outstanding hound hunts for leopard.

The packages listed here are only a sample of what we have to offer in Zimbabwe, so please, feel free to inquire about other areas or deals. Some fees and services are not included in the hunt package prices, so please call for details. These hunts often book out well in advance, especially for the cats so, call today to arrange your hunt!

21-day Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard – $1,450/day
15-day Elephant, Buffalo, Plains Game – $1,450/day
15-day Buffalo, Leopard, Plains Game – $1,450/day
15-day Elephant, Leopard, Plains Game – $1,450/day
15-day Leopard, Sable, Plains Game – $1,450/day
15-day Leopard, Plains Game – $1,250/day
14-day Buffalo, Sable, Plains Game – $1,450/day
10-day Elephant – $1,450/day
10-day Buffalo, Plains Game – $1,250/day
10-day Sable, Plains Game – $1,100/day
7-day Plains Game – $650/day

Trophy fees, government licenses and fees, non-hunting observers at $250/day and other services and expenses are not included in the daily rates

We represent two outfitters in Zimbabwe and the hunts listed are only a sample of what we offer here.

Trophy Fees

Buffalo – $5,500
Non-trophy Buffalo – $3,500
Bushbuck – $1,000
Caracal – $800
Cheetah – $4,750
Eland – $1,500
Gemsbok – $6,000
Giraffe – $900
Impala – $300
Impala bait – $150
Klipspringer – $1,000
Kudu – $1,750
Leopard – $6,500
Lion* – POR
Nyala – $4,000
Sable – $5,000
Serval Cat – $800
Steenbok – $700
Tsessebe – $1,000
Warthog – $550
Waterbuck – $1,800
Wildebeest – $900
Zebra – $1,000
*Permits for Lion are extremely limited.
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