ZIMBABWE | Do You Dream of an African Buffalo Hunt? Here is Your Chance
Arda is the name of the concession that Roger Whittall Safaris have recently taken over the hunting rights to. The district lies in the the south eastern Lowveld in Zimbabwe. This concession is around 30,000 acres and lies in the southern part of the Save Valley Game Reserve.
It is possible to experience all forms of safaris from a Big-4 to an antelope hunt in this district that is really out of the ordinary. The 3,200 square kilometres of the Save Valley Reserve make up the largest privately owned nature reserve in the world. Arda is home to Africa’s Big-5: Buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and black rhino together with wild dogs, hippopotamus, crocodiles and a wide range of antelopes that roam freely in this area.
Price per hunter incl. 6 days hunting 2:2 for buffalo and antelopes
Price per hunter incl. 6 days hunting 1:1 for antelope
Incl. return flights Hamburg – Harare with Emirates, airport taxes (€270), 1 night in a B&B in Harare on arrival, return car transfers from Harare to the hunting district, 7 days accommodation with full board and locally produced alcoholic drinks, hunting as described, laundry service, all transport during the hunt, field preparation of trophies, transport of trophies to a taxidermist/packing, 2% state tax(on the hunt) and conservation fees (US20 per person per day).
If you would like to hear more, or wish to book, please phone Erik Brinkmann on tel. (+45) 63 21 43 17 or email email@example.com