Small Antelope Hunting Safaris in Mozambique
Mozambique offers excellent small antelope hunting. If a hunter wishes to hunt these diminutive antelopes in truly wild areas with no fencing, then Mozambique is the destination of choice for up to 6 of these coveted small trophies. Due to the large undeveloped areas in Mozambique, Mozambique offers the cultural contrast to other more developed African countries that many hunters seek out.
Mozambique offers several of the small antelopes that make up the tiny ten antelopes of Africa. One of the primary targets that tiny ten hunters seek out in Mozambique is the Livingstone’s suni. This diminutive antelope only exists in somewhat limited numbers in South Africa, but is found in much more abundance in portions of Mozambique. Although the suni is also found in Tanzania and Kenya, most hunters that are specifically hunting the suni will attempt to hunt one in Mozambique or South Africa.
The common Grey Duiker is also found in Mozambique and is taken as both a by-product of other safaris and by hunters that are on dedicated small antelope hunts. One of the antelopes that has good availability in Mozambique is the oribi. Although the oribi is somewhat widespread throughout southern and central Africa, many hunters decide to hunt their oribi in Mozambique while hunting other small antelopes. The red and blue duikers are also found in good populations in certain areas of Mozambique. Klipspringer are also found in some areas of Mozambique. So a hunter can actually take 6 of the tiny ten antelopes of southern Africa on a small antelope hunting safari in Mozambique.
Due to the good availability of these small antelopes, Mozambique has developed into a destination country for hunting small antelope in Africa. Whether a hunter is hunting with a shotgun, rifle or bow, Mozambique offers some fabulous hunting for these small antelopes.