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Mozambique Hunting Safari

Overview

Mozambique Hunting Safari

This Mozambique hunting safari is located within the unspoiled, pristine Miombo woodlands of the massive and legendary Niassa Reserve in Northern Mozambique.  Imagine hunting 1,700,000 acres of wild Africa!  Known as the finest area for daytime leopard hunts and exceptional Buffalo hunting.

Because the western boundary for 36 miles is the meandering Lugenda River, the main lifeblood of the region all animals make their way here in the drier months of the year.  What this means to you is the that game is consentrated on this beautiful Mozambique hunting safari property from July to the end of the year where the water source is most prime.

The main camp is superbly located high up on this river’s banks. With the most amazing views towards the west and offers luxurious under thatch air-conditioned lodges with en-suite bathrooms, an open-air bar, lounge and dining area, graced with a superb infinity pool for your leisure. The camp has broadband Internet and satellite TV (upon request).

There are several international and domestic commercial flights to Pemba from where you will be escorted through to your private 1 hour charter flight to camp. The sheer beauty and magnitude of the granite mountains, towering over the Miombo forests, open grasslands, bamboo thickets, floodplains and riverine forests and the mind-boggling diversity of this biosphere is unequalled on the African Continent.

This visual symphony, together with the cultural richness of the area and the humble and friendly nature of the local people, will ensure a trip of a lifetime.

Since your Mozambique hunting safari is located near the gorgeous islands just off the coast in the Indian Ocean, adding on a few days of touring is a natural finale for your adventure in Mozambique.

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Shooting

The hunting season in Mozambique is from 15th May to 30th November.

The Niassa Reserve falls within the subtropical region of the country and receives on average 1000mm (40”) rain per year. The rainy season coincides with the heat and humidity from December through April. Winter, which is the dry season, stretches from May to mid-September and this is then also the coolest time to visit the country. Average day temperature ranges between 20°C and 30°C (68°F and 86°F). Animals become more visible from May through to November as the bush dries out and they tend to congregate close to water sources. August, September and October are the best months to hunt for predators while November is very good for buffalo as it is the driest time of the year.

We are very specific with what we hunt, no buffalo or sable hunting is done in the herds, only lone bulls or groups of bulls are perused. Sable bulls must show secondary growth of 1” at the base of the horn, which ensures that they are over 7 years of age. With regards to the hunting of leopard and lion, we adhere to a strict protocol which ensures that we hunt these animals sustainably.

If you are after a daytime leopard, the best time to hunt them is before the end of August. Hunting is allowed at night, with artificial light, but only for lion, leopard, crocodile and bushpig. Hunting of female, young and/or immature animals is prohibited. hunting is proper spot and stalk for mature animals.

Species available:

Dangerous Game

  • Buffalo
  • Crocodile
  • Elephant
  • Leopard
  • Lion

Plains Game

  • Baboon – Yellow
  • Bushbuck
  • Bushpig
  • Duiker – Common
  • Duiker – Red
  • Eland – Livingstone
  • Grysbuck
  • Hartebeest – Lichtenstein
  • Guineafowl
  • Hyena – Spotted
  • Impala – Johnston’s
  • Kudu – Southern Greater
  • Sable – Roosevelt
  • Suni
  • Warthog
  • Waterbuck
  • Wildebeest – Niassa
  • Zebra – Böhms

Lodging

The infrastructure in the extremely remote safari lodge with astound you!  Air conditioning, internet, beautiful swimming pool, astounding views, delicious meals, ice, thatched glass lodges with ensuite bathrooms.

FAQ

Travel information:

The closest port of entry to the Niassa Reserve is Pemba International Airport (POL). We recommend that hunters fly via OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, to Pemba directly on SA Airlink. There is one flight per day (none on Sundays and Tuesdays). A lodge representative will meet and assist each client on arrival at Pemba airport. Clients will travel in a light aircraft from here to camp.

Entry and Visa Requirements

Travelers to Mozambique must have a valid passport with validity of not less than six months and a Visa (to be applied for 60 days before the safari from the Mozambique Embassy in the hunter’s respective country).
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