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Hunting in Tanzania

Our areas are situated just three hours south and west of Africa’s great Kilimanjaro.

Selous

Regarded as one of the best hunting grounds in Africa. With its unique biodiversity, encompassing large numbers of Buffalo, Hippos, Crocodile, Lichtenstein Hartebeest, Nyasaland Wildebeest and many other species, including the elusive and very sought-after Roosevelt Sable.

Maasailand

Famous for some of the biggest free-range Buffalos in Africa, monster Leopards and its unique plains game. Amongst them are Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk, Fringed eared Oryx, Grants Gazelle, Thompson Gazelle, Cokes Hartebeest, White Bearded wildebeest and many more.

Western Tanzania

Rungwa G.R. borders the famous Ruaha National Park and is known, not only, for some of the largest maned and bodied, free-range lions in Africa but also for its E.A. Roan, E.A. Greater Kudu, Common Sable, Big Buffalo and many other species. Further west, towards the wetter areas you will also find E.A. Sitatunga, Topi and E.A. Bohor Reedbuck.

SPECIES - TANZANIA

SPECIES

10 DAY

14 Day

21 Day

African Elephant

1

Gerenuk

1

Leopard

1

Lesser Kudu

1

Lion

1

Oryx

1

Serval Cat

1

Wildcat

1

Wildebeest bearded

1

1

3

Civet

1

1

Eland Patterson's

1

1

Gazelle (Roberts)

1

1

2

Genet

1

1

Greater Kudu

1

1

Hartebeest Coke's

1

1

Honey Badger (Ratel)

1

1

Klipspringer

1

1

Porcupine

1

1

Suni

1

1

Vervet Monkey

1

2

2

Warthog

1

2

3

Baboon Olive

2

2

3

Buffalo

2

3

4

Bushpig

2

2

2

Bushbuck Maasai

1

1

1

Dikdik

1

2

2

Duiker (Common/Blue)

1

2

2

Gazelle (Grant')

1

2

3

Gazelle (Thomson's)

1

2

3

Hare (Jumping/African)

2

3

6

Hyena (Each sub-species)

1

1

2

Zebra

1

2

4

Impala

2

3

4

Jackal (Each sub-species)

1

1

1

Mongoose

1

1

2

Ostrich

1

1

1

Reedbuck Mountain

1

2

3

Steinbuck

1

2

2

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