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Northern Cameroon is renowned for its numbers of Lord Derby Eland, Western Roan and Savannah Buffalo. Come join us and see the beautiful Savannah for yourself.

Cameroon – Savannah Hunts

Northern Cameroon hosts some of the best Lord Derby Eland hunting in Africa. Renowned for its Lord Derby Eland numbers, herds of 30 or more Eland are normally spotted each day. Good visibility and roads offer our guests less strenuous hunting and very high success rates. our hunts are scheduled around the animal rutting season, December through Mid-March, offering our hunters the best opportunity to harvest a big black necked trophy bull Eland. Many other species are encountered while hunting Lord Derby Eland such as: West African Savannah Buffalo, Western Roan, Harnessed Bushbuck, Western Hartebeest, Sing-Sing Waterbuck, Western Kob, Nigerian Bohar Reedbuck, Red River Hog, Warthog, Oribi, Red Flanked Duiker, Western Bush Duiker, Olive Baboon, Elephant and Lion.

Cameroon – Savannah Hunts

Our safari area is located north-east of the Faro River, encompassing approximately 200,000 acres. The terrain is made up of mountains and plains, with several rivers crossing the area. Reaching camp from Garoua takes less than 3 hours drive by 4×4 Toyota Land Cruisers. Meals are prepared fresh daily and special dietary requests can be met. Bottled water, soft drinks, beer and wine as well as daily laundry services are provided.

Each hunter is accompanied by one professional hunter, a team of trackers and porters. Spot and stalk and tracking are the preferred and practiced methods of hunting. Depending on commercial airline schedules arriving and departing Garoua, these safaris normally encompass 12 to 14 days; thus allowing 11 or 12 hunting days. **PLEASE NOTE: Private air charters from Douala to Garoua can be arranged to accommodate guest schedules as needed.

Lodging

Cameroon is a safe destination to visit. Our camp is located near the village of Koti Manga, less than 3 hours drive from Garoua mainly on asphalt roads. the camps is very nice with a million dollar view of the surrounding Savannah. Each guest’s “Boukarou” (chalet) has a private toilet, wash-basin, hot and cold shower, 220 volt electricity and air conditioning. Cuisine is first class with meals enjoyed in the dining room on a hill top that normally offers a cool breeze and a beautiful view.

Pricing

12 to 13 Day Safari – 40,000 Euro

In addition to Giant Eland, Lion or Elephant, each hunter will be allowed to take either a Roan, Buffalo or Hippo from Group A. Also, up to 4 animals from Group B may be harvested based on available quotas when your safari is booked.

Group A:                                             Group B:

Animal Trophy Fees Animal Trophy Fees
Lord Derby Eland €4,000 Western Hartebeest €1,500
Lion POR Western Kob €1,500
Elephant POR Harnessed Bushbuck €1,000
W. Buffalo €3,000 Warthog €700
Western Roan €3,000 Red-Flank Duiker €700
Hippo POR Common Duiker €700
Nigerian Bohor Reedbuck €1,000
Baboon €700
Small Cats €700
River Hog €1,000

These Prices Include: Airport assistance upon arrival and departure to Garoua, transfers to the hunting area and return back to Garoua airport, accommodations, meals, soft drinks, beer, wine, bottled water, daily laundry, staff services, professional hunter, trackers and skinners.

These Prices Do Not Include: International or air charter flights, Visa and temporary firearms importation license, government hunting license (approximately €1,000), travel or cancellation insurance, trophy fees for animals killed or wounded and lost, personal expenses, hotels before, during or after safari, professional hunter and staff tips, trophy fees, dipping, packing and shipping of trophies to Paris (€2,500) per permit, certificates of origin, veterinary certificate, CITES papers and customs clearing expenses by freight (Elephant must add €500 for each pair of tusk, €500 for skull, €200 for the feet and €500 for Hippo skull).

PLEASE NOTE: Only one of each species can be shot during the safari. Female and young cannot be harvested (double trophy fee will have to be paid) and a wounded animal not found is considered killed and the trophy fee will be due. Trophy fees, dip, pack and shipment are paid at the end of the safari in Euro cash. Government fees are subject to change without any notice and the outfitter or agent cannot be held responsible for any cash changes.

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