Map of Tanzania


Let us take you on one of our Classic African Safaris. Registered Professional Hunters and Outfitters and their team of specialized guides will be your hosts during your African Hunting getaway. The hunters will always be accompanied by qualified, seasoned and licensed professional hunter. Well-trained staff, which includes but is not limited to trackers and skinners are always at hand. We will cater to your personal needs to ensure an unforgettable and most memorable African hunting experience.

Traditionally acclaimed for exceptional hunting and trophy quality, now is the time to enjoy a Tanzanian Safari. Experience first class service and traditional tented camps. Best success for good maned Lions. Collect all the indigenous Tanzanian species - including the elusive Gerenuk and Lesser Kudu. The species available include buffalo, Liechtenstein hartebeest, common waterbuck, Roosevelt sable, nyasa wildebeest, zebra, impala, lion, leopard, elephant, eland, hippo, crocodile, reedbuck, bushbuck, warthog, hyena and plenty of other smaller game.

Outfitter operates out of 3 different concessions (M1; R1 and K4), situated north west of Selous some 500kms from DAR making it possible to drive (6 hrs on tar road) or fly into the areas' airstrips. Click the  map of hunting concessions in Tanzania.  The Selous areas are between ruaha river to the north and Kilombero river to the south, M1 and R1 are adjacent to each other while K4 is to the south of the other two concessions. Click Here for a key for map of Tanzania hunting areas.

On trophy quality, lion are the typical Selous type, big bodied but less mane compared to western and Masailand ones. Some exceptionally good ones have been taken and the chances are 50%-70%. The leopard trophy is of very good size as there is plenty of food around (over 80% chance), while elephants taken are over 5 ft 10 inches in length with weight average 30 lbs.

The beauty of the Selous lies in its' real wilderness, plenty of game around makes it an excellent place for those wanting to see the real old Africa. The experience one gets from hunting there is just unique, it's really wonderful for family safaris. One could do some tiger fishing as the camps are all located along the Ruaha and Kilombero rivers.

Their professional hunters are mostly Zimbabwe whites (if clients request we do provide for local ones), their hunting skills and knowledge of wildlife and the bush is excellent. The best time for the cat hunters is from August 1st while elephant hunting is all season round i.e. from July 1st. Hunting package descriptions are listed by species in the menu.