This giant area of approximately 2, 200 square kilometers is located in the far west of Zambia. We often refer to it as the “wild, wild west” with its Eastern boundary bordering the Kafue National Park, its Northern boundary being Kasowso Busanga G.M.A. and its Southern boundary being Bill Bill and Mulobezi G.M.A.’s. Wes’ thoughts and reflections, “This is my favorite part of the country of Zambia. I love the Miombo Woodlands and long grass here, the cold, frosty mornings of June, July and August while spotting and stalking the game you pursue. Without a doubt, the Sable hunting here is world class. I have personally taken Sable here measuring up to 48.5 inches!”.
In addition to world class Sable, the following animals live here in good to excellent numbers: Bushpig, Civet Cat, Common Duiker, Grysbok, Kudu, Leopard, Lion, Lichtenstein’s Hartebeest, Oribi, Common Reedbuck, Roan and Warthog. The following animals are hunted here; however, encountered less frequently: Bushbuck, Cape Buffalo, Impala and Livingstone Eland. We have a beautiful tented safari camp with three guest tents, each having there own en-suite bathrooms with showers, toilets and sinks. Electricity is generated and solar panels, with all walk ways and tent front porches having oil lanterns. The best way to reach camp from Lusaka is by driving. It’s a 7 hour trip through some of the most beautiful, scenic, game rich country Africa has to offer, crossing the Kafue River and the Kafue National Park.