The Trip of a lifetime
The Safaris de Mozambique hunting concession spans almost one million acres across the South bank of Cahora Bassa. It incorporates typical Zambezi valley ecosystems, ranging from cathedral mopane forest and Jesse thickets to riverine woodlands and alluvial floodplains. The area supports very healthy populations of elephant and buffalo as well as a diverse spread of plains game, including eland, sable and roan antelope. Leopard are plentiful and some excellent lion trophies have been taken in the concession.
The extensive northern lake boundary of the concession (South bank of Lake Cahora Bassa) is home to large numbers of hippo and crocodile, and offers magnificent wing shooting opportunities.