|Zambeze Delta Mozambique : Introduction
Mozambique is situated in South East Africa. Our concessions are Official safari concessions covering 5000 square kilometers of some of the most diverse habitat and animal species found in Africa.
These areas are of the few remaining in Africa where you can still do a Classical African Safari today. They are part of the Marromeu Complex and boarder the Mighty Zambeze River in the North.
The concessions are situated in the central part of Coastal Mozambique. The spectrum of wildlife is quite remarkable, having 22 huntable game species from the tiny Livingstone Suni to the Elephant.
Buffalo roam the open flood plains and swamps in herds of several hundred. Sable in huge herds often nearing 100. A recent Buffalo count has estimated the Buffalo in the Marromeu complex to be around 20 000 strong. Our coutadas have 4 distinctive types of habitat, namely sand forests, tropical savannah, swamps and floodplains make these areas totally unique.
A long term lease with the Government has ensured that sound management practices implemented have assisted in making these areas some of the finest free roaming game lands in Africa today.
We have 5 main camps within the concessions. Two permanent camps, the first being our original camp, Mungari, this is a typical East African styled tented camp with Bathrooms en-suite. There are 7 tents accomadating 2 clients in each. The camp is set in the lush tropical sand forests which hold an abundance of bird life. The second camp is Ngazi camp, this camp was used by the Portuguese hunters in the late 60's.Due to the war this camp was neglected and only in 2007 did we revamp it. The camp is built out of brick and motar and has 4 rooms with bathrooms en-suite.
The third camp is Silone, this camp is situated close to the islands and
swamps. Staying in this camp gives one easy acess to the Buffalo in the
swamps. There are 2 East African styled tents all with en-suite bathrooms.
We have had the lease on Coutada 11 since 1992 - over the years with sound Game Management practices and Anti-Poaching programs in place, have managed to help increase the numbers of game in the area for future generations.
Hunters fly into Beira International Airport and a short charter finds you landing in one of the most pristine hunting concessions in Africa.