Nyamvu and Nyakolwe:
Nyamvu is, for Zambia, a relatively small but exclusive hunting district in the Luangwa Valley. The district has large populations of roan, leopard, lion, antilope, hippopotamus, crocodile as well as buffalo. The hunting district stretches over 50.000 ha and is genuine wild Africa. The district is contiguous with 65.000 Ha district of Nyakolwe. The quality of roan trophies here is exceptional, and it is possible to shoot roan here close to 30", there are also a few Sable available on the quota. If you want to hunt buffalo in the difficult “ old fashioned way”, tracking them for hours on end, then this is the place. We should also mention that we have had a 100% success rate for leopard on all our hunts here. The camp is newly built, with stone walled thatched huts, all made from the best materials. Every bungalow has it’s own bathroom, with high quality fittings, shower and toilet. In the common dining area it is possible to enjoy a view over the river, while eating well prepared meals.
Renown for it’s wealth of game, this is perhaps the finest hunting district in Zambia. Luangwa is part of the enormous “Rift Valley”, which runs right through the continent of Africa from Egypt to the Cape. In Luangwa there are 4 National parks and 7 hunting districts, our hunts primarily take place in Lower Lupande, which is 200.000 ha. in size. Lower Lupande has absolutely fantastic populations of elephants, buffalo, antelopes and the big cats. the average weight of elephant trophies has been around 50 pounds. It is also possible to hunt hippo, crocodile, eland, kudu, common waterbuck, zebra, hartebeest, puku, Sharpes´s grysbok, warthog, bushbuck, duiker, baboon, hyena and jackal. The camp is a traditional African hunting camp built from straw, with a high level of comfort and service, but no unnecessary luxuries. All huts have their own bathroom and toilet. The camp is picturesquely situated overlooking the river Luangwa, and you can sit it camp and watch the many crocodiles and hippos in the river. At night you can hears the roars of both lions and leopards, which help to create a wonderful atmosphere in theis cosy camp.
This vast wetland, comparable in size to the Okavango Delta, is a flooded wilderness, with small islands, huge reed beds and hidden lagoons. Bangweulu lies in the northern part of Zambia and is home to a myriad of unusual birds. The district is perhaps best known for it’s good populations of the shy sitatunga antelope and the rare black lechwe. In fact it is the only district where it is possible to hunt for Black lechwe. It is also possible to hunt for good oribi, zebra and tsessebe trophies. The hunt takes place amongst large herds of both buffalo and elephant. Jagten i Bangweulu Swamps kræver såvel god fysik som en positiv holdning til krævende og udfordrende jagt. The camp, which lies out in the swamp, is relatively primitive and build from reeds. Al huts have a bathroom and toilet. The use of fly camps is also possible, this allows you to drive deeper into the swamp to hunt and overnight in a tent in a very simple camp.