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Spear Safaris Accommodation

Zimbabwe Camps

Camps in Zimbabwe are quite a bit more rustic than South Africa, but still very comfortable. Most camps do not have electricity, but do have generators for extra comfort.Zimbabwe is as beautiful and diverse as South Africa, but as South Africa has all, and more, of the Plains game species occurring there, we hunt Zimbabwe to try a Safari with a difference, maybe with a little more of the old Africa in it.

Leopard hunting is done on Cattle ranches near the Town of Shangani, as this area produces very large Cats. These animals have been hunted for many years, due to their genetically big build and are therefore wily. This makes it a real challenge and a hunt to remember. The most successful method is to bait with either cattle or natural prey, it is a real science, and a Professional Hunters skills are challenged when hunting these cats. Elephant are also in abundance in this region, Bulls migrate to this area from the Hwange National park and spend most of the dry months here. Additional to this we also offer hunts in Government concessions, near Victoria Falls. These areas are surrounded by National Parks, and the free movement of game ensures a good chance at trophy quality animals. The infrastructure here is of such a nature, that a very comfortable and memorable stay is guaranteed. Elephant hunting is done mainly by tracking, Hunting are also offered in the following Countries, where we have ourselves guided and visited. Mozambique, Tanzania, Benin and Cameroon.

Tanzanian Camps

Tanzania is one of the last outposts of hunting in Africa. You will hunt on a free range area of approximately 500 000 acres with pristine natural fauna and flora. The area is exceptionally good for Leopard, Buffalo, Hippo , Crocodile, Nyassa Wildebeest, Kudu, Warthog, Impala, Lichtenstein Hartebeest and Waterbuck. Additional species include Lion, Elephant, Reed buck, Sable and Eland. A short charter flight of 50 minutes is required to get from Dar es Salaam to the hunting area. The camp is located on the banks of the Ruhaha and Rufiji River, offering magnificent views of the African sunset and Hippo frolicking nearby. The Rufiji river also offers excellent tiger fishing.