Our selection of safari camps range from sumptuous thatched lodges to elegant tented camps, eagerly attended by dedicated staff and accompanied by generous safari cuisine and hand selected wines and drinks. Soft pillows, high pressure showers and mopane-wood brewed coffee make our camps hard to beat.
Zambezi Hunters is dedicated to the pursuit of free ranging dangerous game and committed to the highest standards of chase in the field. It is with these strong principles combined with active on the ground conservation initiatives that we aim to ensure that our outdoor heritage remains intact for future generations to enjoy.
In conjunction with Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church, Zambezi Hunters continues to work closely with communities in several of it’s concession areas with the primary aim of uplifting communities at the same time as creating awareness and value around the wildlife found in those areas.
Being able to provide a first class safari experience is the result of us matching you with personable proffessional hunters that put you in front of great trophies time and time again. Friendly, professional camp staff and service orientated management teams ensure that your safari is excellent end to end.
Sango LodgeThe exquisite Sango Lodge affords the discerning hunter luxurious accommodation with rooms looking out onto the granite outcrop vistas of the north western corner of Sango. With a full gymasium and swimming pool it is a perfect fit for family safaris.
Mkwasine CampSituated on the banks of the Mkwasine river on our ARDA concession camp comprises of a refreshingly comfortable thatched dining and living area with beautifully appointed tents shaded by groves of tamboti trees this camp is ideally suited to providing fitting accomodation for the excellent buffalo hunting to be found on ARDA.
Mahenye CampFor those who have found their dream ivory in our Mahenye concession, the camp matches the rustic feel of the area. Built right on the banks of the mighty Save river it looks out onto the sands and islands of the river. Well appointed tents provide cool and comfortable accommodation for elephant hunters weary from a long days hunt.
Sango Tented CampSet amongst the shady albida trees of the Msaize river, the Sango Tented Camp has minimal impact on its natural bush surrounds. Exquisite tented rooms and dining areas provide all the comfort a hunter might need, whilst wildebeeste and kudu browse between the tents. For many this is the quintisential safari camp.
Life Giving WaterThrough Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church we are proud to have played a key role in rehabilitating borholes across the region in which we operate, most notably in the Mahenye and Zaka communities. Over the last 5 years we have jointly rehabilitated over 20 boreholes and drilled an additional 5, in areas where one borehole will service almost 1000 households.
EducationEducating our children is central to our lives and their future lives, which is why we continue to put resources towards schooling at selected communities including schoolrooms themselves, facilities and essential basics such as pens, text books and excercise books. The key theme in all of this conservation and the value that wildlife can bring to any community.
Passing of the GiftIn conjuction with GBUMC a cattle improvement project has been created whereby 50 locally procured heifers and 2 purebred Nguni bulls have been put in a newly built pen together.The progeny (better performing Nguni cattle) will benefit community members. Recipients of the cattle will return animals back to the project after a given time period and these will, in turn, be passed on to other recipients.
Anti PoachingCentral to our ability to offer fantastic hunting safaris are our anti poaching units that work tirelessly to protect and conserve the wildlife that we are so passionate about. With limited resources and dedicated committment these teams endure every danger to keep our wildlife alive.
HELP PROTECT YOUR HUNTING HERITAGE
If you want to continue playing an active role in wildlife protection get in touch with us today to see how you can contribute and help protect wildlife for our future generations.