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Do you ever yearn to experience today’s untrammeled Africa? Then we have approximately 1.2 million wild acres waiting for not only the serious hunter but his family and fellow adventurers to experience.
We offer classical hunting and combine this with the best of the country’s sights, beaches, fresh water tigerfish fishing, largemouth bass fishing, salt water sport fishing, culture and history. Mozambique is the classic Africa of old; vast concessions in extreme conditions, remote and untouched with dangerous game trophies which are nothing short of spectacular. Despite a rough start to the safari industry in this country after a 17-year-long civil war that was finally resolved in 1992, multi-party elections were then held in October 1994 with Frelimo (the dominate political party) emerging as victorious. Mozambique then joined the common wealth in 1995 and continues to build its stability by promoting foreign investment and tourism. We invite you to join our safari team who have made Mozambique their home for approaching 13 years on the adventure of a lifetime this season.
Known as Chiridzi and Chiputo, Tete lies in the Northwestern part of the country. Comprising the foothills of the Luangwa and Zambezi Valleys, here you will find miombo forest mingled with mopani woodlands and open grasslands that support healthy populations of big game species. These include elephant, leopard, lion, buffalo, roan, sable, kudu, eland, lichtenstein’s hartebeest, common waterbuck, chobe bushbuck, impala, reedbuck, common duiker, red duiker, bushpig, warthog, hippo, crocodile and hyena.
These are trophy crocodile hunts for crocs of 15 feet and larger. The hunts take place on Lake Cahora Bassa approximately 80 miles northwest of Tete. Cahora Bassa is Africa’s fourth largest man made lake 150 miles long and 19 miles wide at the widest point.
Here is a 16 foot croc taken in April of 2018.