The great charm of East Africa.
Tanzania can be considered the temple of African hunting. In this magnificent country several animals coexist in the same place: from the small dick-dick to the big elephant passing through the big cats.
Tanzania offers extraordinarily varied landscapes: the shrubby savannah, the Selous forests, the great plains of the north. African big game hunting icons suggestive of an ancient adventurous past. A hunt of the highest quality to all antelopes, buffaloes, elephants and lions with black mane.
Of great quality are the trophies of Lesser kudu and Gerenuk of the Masai plains. The main interest is precisely towards the typical species of the northern plains (Gerenuk, Lesser Kudu, Grant, Thomson and Roberts' Antelope, Fringed ears Oryx and white bearded Wildebeest) that can be hunted only here and in some areas of Ethiopia.
Dar Es Salam - Arusha
Safari a plains game and big five
From July to December
Arrival in Dar es Salaam or Arusha with scheduled flights that accept weapons on board. If you opt for Dar, the trip includes a couple of days in the beautiful city by the sea to visit its splendid beaches on the Indian Ocean, as well as the islets a few nautical miles from the coast where you can enjoy transparent waters and white sands.
Departure with Coastal flight to Arusha where customers are welcomed by the outfitter who in a few hours of off-road vehicle takes them to the beautiful tented camp in the Kitway area.
The following day the hunt begins, which will spread over all the Masai plains for 10 days. In addition to hunting, it will be interesting to meet the Masai populations and the nomadic ethnic groups of East Africa known as N'dorobo.
In addition to the typical antelopes, this extraordinary area offers lions with a large black mane and leopards among the largest in the African continent. Mountain buffalos, known for their aggression, are hunted on Mount Kitumbeine at about two thousand meters high.
The tented camp offers every comfort: from hot showers to a refined cuisine, tent boys and gardeners, trackers and skilled skins. The hunter is entrusted to the hands of a young hunter with great experience, of Italian origins but who has always lived in East Africa.
The return to civilization is scheduled for the last day and a half with a stop in Arusha or back to Dar for a day of rest before departure with the obligation to taste the tasty lobsters and prawns of the Indian Ocean.
Vaccinations against typhoid, tetanus and hepatitis are also recommended