Hunting in Tanzania
Tanzania, the land of Kilimanjaro, is blessed with an abundance of wildlife, offering the discerning hunter the finest hunting opportunities in the world. Tanzania gives you the best opportunity to experience the old Africa, as it was in the days of Hemingway.
The country rolls from forested mountains in the north and south, through the Great Central Plateau of rich brown Savannah, down to the tropical coastline. This diversity of topography and vegetation offers an ideal habitat for over 50 species of game.
Safaris in Tanzania are commonly performed in the Serengeti, the country's largest National Park, covering about 15 000 sq km. The Serengeti contains all the Big Five, as well as over 35 other species of game animals. The areas in which we offer safaris are renowned for the excellent quality of the animals.
South of the town of Tabora and between Ugalla and Rungwa Game Reserves lies some of Tanzania´s prime woodland and Miombo Forest hunting. The two adjoining areas - Inyonga East and Itulu Forest are complimentary to the Masailand species, the Lion, Sable, Roan, Waterbuck, Greater Kudu, Leopard, Topi, Bushbuck, Hippo and Crocodile are of exellent quality. Buffalo trophy bulls usually measure between 38"-42". These areas are typical Miombo Woodland with large open plains. Itulu Forest is more broken terrain with hills, valleys and rivers. From the airstrip it is a 15 minute drive to Kiboko camp, which is situated on the Rungwa River. Along this river hunting takes place through flood plains consisting of open areas, punctuated by palms and riverine forests.