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Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa. Most of the country
is elevated on the central plateau
stretching from the southwest to the northwest at altitudes between 1200 and 1600m. The countries east is mountainous with Mt. Inyangani as the highest point at 2,592 m. About 20% of the country consist of the low veld under 900m. Victoria Falls, one of the worlds biggest and most spectacular waterfalls, are located
in the countries northwest and is along the Zambezi river. Despite the current economic climate Zimbabwe remains a beautiful country.

 Zimbabwe Statistics

Population: 12.5 million
Official languages: English, Shona and Ndebele
Currency: US dollar
Capital city: Harare 
Major tribal groups: Shona, Ndebele
Industries: mineral exports, agriculture and tourism


In early 2009 the Zimbabwe dollar was replaced by the US dollar  as the currency of use. Ever since then the economy has started to gradually recover.

This country, formerly known as Rhodesia, was once one of the most prosperous countries in Africa.

 Hunting in Zimbabwe

Surprisingly, tourists and hunters continue to visit Zimbabwe. To date, there have been no incidents involving foreign tourist or foreign hunters. In addition, most of the safari operators continue to offer hunts in Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe continues to be an important hunting destination.  Zimbabwe is home to an Elephant population estimated at 100,000 animals, with a threshold at 50,000, mostly in Hwange and the Zambezi Valley. Hunting of Elephants is allowed.

Lion and Leopard hunting are also allowed. Lions and Leopards are hunted exclusively with bait and can be found in almost all areas. Zimbabwean Leopards are well known for their size. It is worth mentioning that among the cats, Cheetah hunting is also permitted.

There are also large herds of Buffalo  in Zimbabwe and so this country offers the possibility to hunt four of the renowned “Big Five”.

In Zimbabwe hunting is done on foot but given the vastness of the hunting areas, it is often necessary to travel by vehicle. The hunting areas are not very rugged and the actual hunting is not especially physically rigorous.

In Zimbabwe we conduct our hunting in the remote  Matetsi area in the west of the country . This includes  Kazuma / Pandamasuie Forest area which borders Kazuma Pan and Zambezi National Park. We also hunt the nearby Fuller Forest . Further south of this we hunt Ngamo Forest area which shares the north eastern boundary with the famous Hwange National Park (see map below) . All areas are wild , unfenced  and vary in size from 30 000 hectares to just over 102 000 hectares . These areas are all very well known for delivering consistently good quality trophies of both Big and Plains Game animals. PH Guav and Johnnie Johnson have won the trophy for the " BEST SABLE OUT OF ZIMBABWE "  for 3 different years with trophies taken out of these areas . Most recently in 2010 & 2011.

There is no defined hunting season in Zimbabwe however , due to the summer rains, most hunting is conducted between the months of April and October, with June, July and August being the most popular months for hunting . 


Kazuma Camp - Is constructed of 4 " A " frame thatched chalets under a grove of False Mopane Trees.  All chalets have running water, flush toilets and  there is a communal dinning area and fire pit . Lighting is all solar.


Intundla Camp -  Located in Ngamo forest.  Consists of 4 thatched chalets all of which have hot and cold  running water , flush toilets and there is a central living / dinning area with a fire pit . Mains electricity is provided. 

 Species List

Buffalo – male and female
Bush buck
Duiker Grey
Eland Bull
Elephant – male and female
Impala – male and female
Kudu – male and female
Waterbuck – male and female
Warthog – male and female
Wildebeest Blue


 Day of Hunting in Zimbabwe

5:00am (or first light) - Breakfast).  The wake time depends how far from the camp one will be hunting that day, if some species of animals are a long way from camp one would arise much earlier in order to get to the hunting area early.


5:30am - Transport to hunting area in Land Cruisers especially equipped for safari hunting purposes.  Once you arrive at the  hunting area you will travel from vehicles on foot.  


7:00 –Noon – The hunting begins. Early morning is the best rime for hunting so you will stop for lunch depending on how your hunt is going that morning

Noon - Usually  by lunch time it is pretty hot making hunting during these hours not very fruitful. You head back to the camp for lunch and maybe a short siesta.  If any animals are shot during the course of the day they are normally transported back to the camp where qualified skinners/capers  are available to skin the animals and prepare the  trophies according to the hunters requirements


After lunch - After the siesta, we will head out to hunt once it becomes a little cooler and game starts to move about.


End of Day - After hunting all afternoon around dusk time, we return to camp.  You will then have time to shower / bath.


7:00pm - You relax around the camp fire with your professional hunter with a sundowner.   Dinner follows with a three course meal thereafter plans are made for the next day’s hunt and then to bed.  


10:00pm - Everyone heads to bed to rest for the next great day of hunting.   

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