Tanzania is about the authentic African safari. The real fair chase hunting, the old style vibes of East Africa, traditional tented camps and vast stretches of free-range hunting concessions. Tanzania offers first-class hunting for the dangerous game such as elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo, and a collection of plains jewels.
The hunting season in Tanzania is from 1st of July to 31st of December.
Arrival to Kilimanjaro or Dar es Salaam. Charter or regular flight, then car transfer to the
hunting area is required. 10-14 day hunt is required for leopard and/or buffalo and plains game.
Free-range hunting is organized in Tanzania. 60 game species are allowed to hunt for. Out of the Big Five, only the Rhino is not available.
We use 4x4 Toyota vehicles for transportation around the area. Buffalo and other plains game is hunted by spot-and-stalk. The leopard is hunted at the baits.
The hunters are accommodated in the comfortable tented camps built in the best African safari traditions. According to the local regulations, the camps are built in the beginning of the season and removed in the end. All camps have electricity and satellite phones. Dining area, bar, professional cook and separate tents for all hunters are at your disposal.
Moyowosi: western Tanzania. It has lions with awesome manes, large herds of buffalo and plains game, good chance for sitatunga. Lukwati: south from Moyovosi. This area lies far away from civilization and is famous with its lions, big game and antelope numbers. Kizigo: central part of Tanzania, one of best Tanzanian areas to hunt cats and large buffalo. Masailand: north of Tanzania. Leopard, buffalo, lesser kudu, oryx, gerenuk, Grant’s gazelle and other endemics of Northern Tanzania.
African wild cat
Cape or Southern Buffalo
EAST AFRICAN IMPALA
EASTERN BOHOR REEDBUCK
CHANLER MOUNTAIN REEDBUCK
COMMON OR RINGED WATERBUCK
ROOSEVELT SABLE ANTELOPE
EAST AFRICAN ROAN ANTELOPE
EAST AFRICAN ELAND (PATTERSON’S ELAND)
EAST AFRICAN GREATER KUDU
EAST AFRICAN SITATUNGA
EAST AFRICAN BUSHBUCK
East African Suni
East African Bush Duiker
Harvey Red Duiker
Natal Red Duiker
Haggard Oribi (Central Oribi)
Tanzania and its islands are endowed with a great variety of tourist sites and activities. Those are the white sand beaches and amazing underwater world, canoeing and angling on the Victoria lake, the deep sea fishing, heli trips around the Kilimanjaro and hiking to the Roof of the World, historical sites and vibrant local culture, not to mention the national parks of Serengeti and Ngoro Ngoro.
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. Henry David Thoreau
Frequently Asked Questions
How many days should I plan for my safari in Tanzania?
The safari length depends on the desired trophy: the minimal term is 7 days, this time is provided to harvest 2 buffalos and plains game. The elephant and lion hunts demands for a 21-day safari.
What is the best caliber for a safari in Tanzania?
A hunter is allowed to bring three rifles to Tanzania. The minimum legal caliber for the dangerous big game is .375. The .270, .300 Win Mag and .338 with work great for antelopes and smaller game.
Is a trip to Tanzania safe for my health?
You will need a yellow fever vaccination certificate to enter the country. We also recommend taking malaria pills while staying in Tanzania hunting regions. The tsetse fly is present in the hunting areas of western, central and south Tanzania.
Do I need a visa to Tanzania?
Citizens of most countries need a visa to enter Tanzania, however in many cases they can get a visa upon arrival, or apply for e-visa in advance. Please check the current regulations for your country.
Can you provide a professional hunting cameraman for my trip to Tanzania?
Yes, this type of service is available upon request.