Mozambique Cape buffalo, leopard, lion, elephant, croc, sable and plains game safari

Outfitter #097

June – November

Our outfitter operates on several concessions in Mozambique which total in excess of 1,860,000 acres within 4 different concessions reaching from the Tanzanian border in the north all the way to the Zimbabwean border in the south. In percentage terms, they control over 23% of the Mozambican quota for conservation areas.

The unspoiled concessions in Northern Mozambique total approximately 1,730,000 acres. Their Niassa Reserve Concessions lie within the unspoiled, pristine Miombo woodlands. For 93-miles the perennial Lugenda River is the main lifeline of the region and forms their western border. The main safari camp is beautifully located high on the rivers bank with the most amazing views towards the west. Camp offers luxurious air-conditioned, en-suite lodge style accommodations, an open air bar, lounge and dining area under thatch, an indoor infinity pool, broadband internet and satellite TV upon request. Exceptional hunting and rare trophies in a traditional fashion with knowledgeable PH’s and skilled trackers. The reserve is home to 4 of the Big 5 as well as hippo and crocodile. There are healthy numbers of endemic species including the Niassa wildebeest, Böhms zebra, yellow baboon, Johnson’s impala, Roosevelt sable, Livingstone suni, red duiker, Lichtenstein hartebeest, spotted hyena, kudu, warthog, bushbuck, bushpig, common duiker and waterbuck.

Their other northern camp is situated 40 miles north still in the northeast of the Niassa National Reserve boasting over 31-miles of Lugenda River frontage and the same again along the Rovuma River, the border with Tanzania. The dining/lounge area and 3 lovely en-suite tents have a spectacular 3-mile view up the Lugenda River. Game is seen all day on the scenic banks and along the water’s edge. The mighty perennial Lugenda originates over 340 miles away close to the Malawi border. The camp is situated in the dense shade of giant Baobabs, large leaf chestnuts and fig trees. The sounds of cheerful birds, monkeys and the choir of frogs and nocturnal animals at night compliment the peace and comfort of this camp.

There southern concession is in the Gaza province and shares a 26-mile boundary with the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe. Camp is nestled in the shade of Tambuti thickets, offers 3 en-suite safari tents under thatch as well as a lounge/dining area that boasts a small plunge pool overlooking a waterhole. This area is renowned for its good genetics and exceptional trophy quality with the major species on quota being elephant, buffalo, leopard and plains game, including kudu, eland, nyala, steenbuck, suni, grysbok, impala and zebra.

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Pricing Details

$10,750 – 10-day Plains game

$23,250 – 12-day Leopard and plains game

$11,250 – 10-day Sable and plains game

$30,250 – 12-day Leopard, sable and plains game

$16,750 – 10-day Cape buffalo and plains game

$23,250 – 12-day Cape buffalo, sable and plains game

$32,250 – 12-day Cape buffalo and leopard

$38,250 – 14-day Cape buffalo, leopard and sable

$32,250 – 12-day Cape buffalo, leopard and croc

$18,250 – 10-day Cape buffalo and croc

$10,250 – 7-day Croc and plains game

$48,250 – 18-day Lion and Cape buff buffalo

$65,250 – 21-day Lion, leopard, Cape buffalo

$49,400 – 15-day Elephant

$69,250 – 21-day Elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard

$83,250 – 21-day Elephant, Cape buffalo, lion

$104,250 – 24-day Big 4 safari

Daily rate exclude government license and trophy fees

$300/day/person – observers

Children under 12 years of age – Free


Total trophy cost consist of government license fees and trophy fees

Government license fees – required to be paid prior to hunt in order to hunt, regardless of success

Yellow baboon  $90

Cape buffalo $1,200

Bushbuck $350

Bushpig $250

Crocodile $1,000

Common duiker $200

Red duiker $300

Eland $1,200

Elephant $10,000

Sharpe’s grysbok $300

Lichtenstein hartebeest $700

Guinea fowl $5

Hyena $300

Johnston’s impala $250

Kudu $1,100

Leopard $2,500

Lion $4,200

Roosevelt sable $1,200

Suni $400

Warthog $250

Waterbuck $700

Niassa Wildebeest $1,000

Böhms zebra $1,000

Fees subject to change


Trophy fees – due upon shooting

Yellow baboon  $110

Cape buffalo $2,500

Bushbuck $750

Bushpig $350

Crocodile $3,500

Common duiker $400

Red duiker $1,000

Eland $1,400

Elephant up to 59-lbs $15,000

Elephant 60-69-lbs $20,000

Elephant 70 -79-lbs $25,000

Elephant 80-89-lbs $30,000

Elephant 90-99-lbs $50,000

Elephant over 100-lbs $90,000

Sharpe’s grysbok $900

Liechtenstein hartebeest $2,000

Guinea fowl $5

Hyena $1,000

Johnston’s impala $350

Kudu $1,300

Leopard $4,500

Lion $15,000

Roosevelt sable $4,800

Suni $1,000

Warthog $350

Waterbuck $1,800

Niassa Wildebeest $2,200

Böhms zebra $1,500

Fees subject to change


Meet and greet

Assistance with custom’s clearance in Pemba

Camp accommodation

All meals

Laundry service

Local soft and alcoholic beverages (moderate quantities)

Services of professional hunter and vehicle

Skinners, trackers and camp staff

1x area hunting license @ $ 350.00

1x firearm license @ $ 250.00 (Subject to change)

Transfer from Pemba to camp and return

Transport of trophies from camp to Pemba


Additional non-hunter camp transfers

Assistance with custom clearance in Maputo – Additional $ 150.00

Accommodation before and after the safari

Additional hunting firearm licenses

Government license fees and Trophy fees – Daily rate exclude government license and trophy fees

CITES Tags (Where applicable)

All animals shot/wounded and not exported accrue 17% Sales Tax

Pre-baiting (where applicable)



Additional transfers between hunting areas (where applicable – P.O.R.)

Side excursions

Medical, evacuation, trip cancellation, trophy and personal insurance


Taxidermy and Trophy shipping from Pemba


Sample Itinerary
Day 1: Depart from home and fly to Johannesburg, South Africa
Day 2: Arrive in Johannesburg, Clear customs and depending on time of arrival, overnight
Cabela’s Travel can assist you with B&B and firearm transition service
Day 3: Morning flight with SA Airlink to Pemba, Mozambique where you will be met by the outfitter and transfer to camp

Your scheduled trip dates – full days

Departure Itinerary
Day 1: Fly with SA Airlink to Johannesburg, South Africa where you will stay in-transition and catch your flight to the USA
Day 2: Arrive in USA, clear customs and continue home

Hunt Style

Physical Level:

Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.

Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.

Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.

Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.

Spot and Stalk

Trip Requirements

All participants must read rules and regulations pertaining to method of take and be within the state/country’s guidelines. WTA is not responsible for failure to meet any state/country requirements.
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