CAHORA BASSA (TETE PROVINCE) | MOZAMBIQUE

Geographical position

The concession is located in the Tete Province of Mozambique, bordering the Lake Cahora Bassa on the southwest side. Please refer to the map provided.

Trophies available

This concession is very popular for buffalo and elephant. Sable, Lichtenstein hartebeest, Livingstone eland, waterbuck, Chobe bushbuck, Livingstone’s suni and common reedbuck roam this area and exceptional trophies are available. An excellent area for buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard and plains game including healthy sable numbers. Large Nile crocodile and hippo are abundant and offers very good trophies.

Accommodation

The accommodation consists of a well-equipped tent-camp with bathroom and other basic facilities. Daily laundry service provided.

Arms ammunition and hunting conditions

The recommended minimum caliber for dangerous game is a .375 Holland & Holland Magnum. Hunting is done by walking and stalking.

Climate and vegetation

Temperatures vary from 20°C to 35°C with low humidity. The heat reaches its peak in November, which is also the last hunting month. The region is home to an abundance of animal and plant life. The biotope varies between riverine forest, bush, lagoons and savannah.

Clothing and gear

During the months of September to November light clothing can be worn during the day and a light jacket at night. Please bring long-sleeve shirts because it's good protection against mosquitoes at night around the campfire. Do not forget your pair of well-worn boots, a hat and sunscreen. Detailed checklist to be provided.

Hunting season

May - November

Health and safety

This is a Malaria area. Please take precaution. Insect repellent is strongly advisable during the warmer months. A Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is compulsory.

Additional Information

Electricity: 220/230 volts 50 Hz.

Standard time will be throughout the year, 2 hours in advance of Greenwich Mean Time, the same as Central European Time and 7 hours in advance of Eastern Standard Time, U.S.A



GOOGLE MAPS

Click on the link above for detailed Google Map of the African Echo Hunting Consession
... Visit Google Maps