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Full Bag Safaris in Zimbabwe




Full Bag Hunting Safari In Zimbabwe

Rifle-Black Powder-Bow 1x1 ( 1 Hunter – 1 Guide) ONLY $36,632!!


2019 / 2020
This is a 21 day Full Bag Safari for Cape Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard and Lion in Zimbabwe's famous Matetsi concession. Featuring unfenced borders with Hwange National Park on the south and Botswana on the west, Matetsi features good populations of the big four and also has exceptional sable! Why go to the expense of multiple safaris when you can hunt all four trophies at once!


Hunt the Big 5

Rifle-Black Powder 1x1 ( 1 Hunter – 1 Guide) ONLY $49,152!


2019 / 2020
This is a hunt for all five dangerous game animals that make up Africa's Big 5. This luxury hunt will occur in two countries. You will begin your hunting safari in South Africa for rhino. Then you will move to the Matetsi area of Zimbabwe to continue your hunt for the remaining four trophies. This is the hunt of a lifetime and you will be envied by all!

Full Bag Safaris in Zimbabwe

Full bag safaris allow a hunter to take four of Africa’s big five game animals.  Only the rhino is not currently hunted in Zimbabwe.  Therefore, to complete full bag hunting safaris in Zimbabwe, the lion, leopard, Cape buffalo and elephant must be taken.  Taking  full bag safaris in Zimbabwe will also require that the full array of plains game are available.  Many of these plains game trophies will become the bait that is used to lure in the lions and leopards.  Zimbabwe offers both good trophy quality and is probably the most affordable place to hunt big game in all of Africa

Full bag safaris in Zimbabwe target an elephant, and Zimbabwe is a great country to hunt elephant in, as several areas have an excess of elephants.  Many of the top elephant concessions in Zimbabwe are next to Zimbabwe's national parks.  Cape buffalo also make up a key component of  full bag safaris in Zimbabwe.  Zimbabwe has good herds of Cape buffalo and produces some great trophies every year, although the average buffalo taken by hunters in Zimbabwe runs in the 35-37” range.  Areas next to the national parks consistently produce some of the better buffalo that are taken in Southern Africa each year.

Leopards are part of  full bag safaris and Zimbabwe currently offers some of the best and most affordable leopard hunting in Africa.  Zimbabwe receives the largest CITES quota for leopard of all of the African countries that allow leopard hunting.  Zimbabwe also allows dogs to be used in some areas which increases the odds of success for a leopard hunt significantly.  Add the fact that Zimbabwe allows the use of artificial light when hunting leopards, and Zimbabwe becomes one of the best places to attempt taking all four big game animals on a full bag safari.

Lions are also on quota in Zimbabwe and the lion hunting in this country is pretty good.  Although quotas aren’t large, there is a stable huntable population of lions in many concessions, and again, Zimbabwe offers some of the most affordable wild lion hunts in modern Africa.  Although this country does not have the plains game populations it once had, sufficient quantities exist to fill out  full bag safaris in Zimbabwe.
 


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"I would Highly recommend my PH and Discount African Hunts. John got me a great deal with a top of the line outfitter. They both went out of their way to make sure my hunt and everything else about it was great."

Gary Popadich
Pennsylvania
September, 2015

 

 

 

'It was the most exciting hunt I have ever been on. We stalked a small bachelor group for a few days before I shot a mature cape buffalo with my Browning 375 H&H.'

'This was my third hunt with Discount African Hunts and each one has been fantastic.  I don't think I would book my future African hunts with anyone else.'

Joe Griner
St Petersburg, FL
August 2016

 

 

"In August 2014 I took a lioness hunt with Discount African Hunts in the Northwest Province of South Africa. The PH's worked hard to customize the hunt for me as I wanted a challenging stalk ending with taking the lioness at close range by an open sighted double rifle. They exceeded my expectations as 12 miles of tracking ended with me shooting the highly agitated lioness at a distance of 25 yards with a couple of rounds of 450 NE".

"I highly recommend a lioness hunt with Discount African Hunts."

Rusty
Alabama
September, 2014

 
 

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