Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Hunting Flag

Areas:

Save Conservancy
Adam Clements Safari Trackers offers some of the finest big game hunting and plains game hunting available in Zimbabwe. Established in 1969, our oufitter, is one of the oldest existing hunting operations in Zimbabwe. We have the largest amount of land in the SAVE CONSERVANCY. We have 3 safari camps within the Save Conservancy and can offer excellent Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant and Plains Game hunts. Along with that we also offer Elephant hunting in MAHENYE and GANAREZHOU NATIONAL PARK. This is good for Elephant, Hippo and Crocodile and if you get your Elephant early in the safari, you can transfer to the Save Conservancy for excellent Plains Game hunting.  The Save Valley Conservancy is just less than 1 million acres in size and is reported to be the largest private wildlife area in the world. The area is renowned for its large leopards and has an abundance and wide variety of plains game animals. There is a wide diversity of habitats including open acacia woodland, mopane woodland, thick riverine vegetation and broken granite outcrops. The Big Five occur within our concessions and could be seen during your safari there.

Chewore
Chewore South Hunting Concession is a very wild and remote area of the Zambezi Valley, in the north of Zimbabwe. We have been operating this million acre concession for over 20 years. There is no fencing and the area is surrounded by National Parks and other hunting concessions. The Zambezi Valley is regarded as one of the prime areas in Africa for hunting dangerous game such as elephant, lion, buffalo and leopard. Chewore has its very own special and personal appeal to the experienced hunter as it is one of the last untouched and unspoilt places left in Africa.

Kazuma and Ngamo Sikumi
Kazuma and Ngamo Sikumi are State Forest areas in the north west of Zimbabwe close to Hwange National Park. These areas offer exceptional elephant, buffalo and sable trophies. Hunts conducted in these areas are done in conjunction with Ngamo Safaris of the Forestry Commission.

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