Bowker Safaris is thrilled to introduce you to our new hunting adventures in Mozambique, on the eastern coast of Africa.
From expansive coastal swamps and the open waters of the Cahora Bassa dam to 270 000 hectares of pristine wilderness in the northern Niassa province, Mozambique offers hunting that reflects the spirit of a true African Safari.
Nhenda camp is based on the banks of the Cahora Bassa Dam within 1 000 000 acres of wild free roaming land that borders the dam for 60 miles. The habitat consists mostly of mountains with thick bush, cut through by many dry river beds. This is a true unspoilt wilderness boasting unbelievable sunsets over the lake.
Well known for some of the largest crocodiles in Africa as well as a healthy population of leopard, the concession is also home to other species such as elephant, lion, hippo, hyena, kudu, Chobe bush buck, Sharpes grysbok, duiker, warthog, bush pig, klipspringer, civet cat, genet cat, caracal, honey badgers, baboons and monkeys. The best hunting is from May to mid-October. A safari that includes tiger fishing is best between September and October.
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Niassa camp is in the heart of Africa in Northern Mozambique and offers a hunting experience that reflects the spirit of adventure, excitement, companionship and excellent hunting in an area plentiful in wildlife. The areas experiences a subtropical vegetation and climate with a moderate to high rainfall.
Notable rare species in the area include Rooseveldt sable, Lichtenstein hartebeest and Nyassaland wildebeest. The area is also home to buffalo, lion, leopard and elephant.
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