Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard and Plainsgame hunting Mozambique
Hunt Crocdile, Hippo, Lion and Antilope in the famous Niassa Delta
Big Game & Plainsgame hunting in Mozambique
Mozambique is the dream of every big game hunter. Huge unspoiled hunting areas offer some of the finest hunting grounds of Africa. Our partner operates in more than 1,7m hectares (3,740,000) within 6 different concessions ranging from the Tanzanian border all the way to the Zimbabwean border. The unspoiled concessions in Northern Mozambique - Block L8 and Block L9 of the Niassa Reserve and Coutada Nicage, which adjoins the Niassa Reserve - totals approximately 1,000,000 hectares (2,200,000 acres) with 150 kilometers (94 miles) of the Lugenda River. Our other concessions in Central & Southern Mozambique are Cahora Bassa Lake Camp and Gaza Camp.
The newly constructed LITUEL CAMP with its huge permanent safari tents has a spectacular 5km view up the Lugenda River. Game is seen all day long coming down to quench their thirst in the cool perennial water that originates over 500km away close to the Malawi border. These unique concessions offer perfect hunting of Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and Elephant as well as hippo and crocodile with adequate numbers of endemic and rare species as Niassa Wildebeest, Boehm´s Zebra, Yellow Baboon, Johnson Impala and the Roosevelt Sable. We also hunt: Livingston Suni and Eland, Red Duiker, Lichtenstein Hartebeest, Spotted Hyena, Greater Kudu, Warthog, Bushbuck, Common Duiker and Waterbuck.
This newly built CAHORA BASSA LAKE CAMP is on the southern banks of the Cahora Bassa Lake. It has three large en-suite safari tents that can sleep 4 people each and both have spectacular views over the lake. From the lounge/dining area you have an unobstructed view of the lake with its mountain ranges on the horizon. Hippos and Crocs frolic and feed right on your doorstep. This area is well known for hunting Elephant, Leopard, Hippo, Crocodile, Buffalo and a small quantity of Plains-Game but it is world renowned for its Bream, Barbell and especially Tiger fishing.
At the GAZA CAMP we share a 43-kilometer boundary with the Gonarezhou National park of Zimbabwe, which in the Shona language means “the Home of the Elephant”. There are a number of well-situated boreholes replenishing the natural pans. There are no communities or domestic stock in this concession. The vegetation is typical Lowveld sweet grass and the area is renowned for its good genetics and exceptional trophy quality. The major species on quota are Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard and Plains Game, including Kudu, Eland, Nyala, Steenbuck, Grysbok, Giraffe, Impala and Zebra.