We are taking safaris into the Chewore South concession in the famous Zambezi Valley. This concession is a government controlled hunting area with no human habitation – an undisturbed wilderness of half a million acres. Chewore is well known for its cats and large herds of buffalo. We also hunt in the Omay concession in the Lake Kariba basin. This is a communal land area with villages in parts of the concession. This area is well known for its large crocodile and hippo as well as good populations of leopard and buffalo. In Zimbabwe we also hunt on private land in southern Matabeleland for large leopard and plainsgame species.
In South Africa we are running safaris from the thickly-wooded nyala country in northern Zululand, all the way to the wide open Karoo in the west. South Africa is a big, beautiful and very diverse country and we know the best areas for any specific species.