2019 / 2020
Lesser Kudu Gerenuk and Northern Species Safari in Tanzania
Hunt Lesser Kudu and Gerenuk in Tanzania
STARTING AT $21,945
- 10 Full-Hunting Days in Maasailand
- 2 Travel Days Included
- $250 Firearms Import Fee for 1 Rifle Included
- All Inclusive – Food / Lodging / Guide / Tracker / Daily Laundry
- Trophy Transport to a Dip and Pack Agent is Included
- All licenses Included
- R/T Road Transfer from Arusha: $750
- Observer Rate: $450 / Day
- Rifle Rental - $250 Plus Ammunition Used
NORTHERN SPECIES PLAINS GAME SAFARI COSTS
Daily Rates and License Fees $21,945*
R/T Road Transfer $750
Lesser Kudu - $5,500
Fringe Ear Oryx - $4,500
Gerenuk -$5,500 - (Limited Quota)
Coke’s Hartebeest - $850
Patterson's Eland - $2,750
Grant’s Gazelle - $850
East African Impala - $500
White Bearded Wildebeest - $850 (Limited)
Kirk’s Dik-Dik - $415
Spotted Hyena - $900
Zebra - $1,600
Steenbok - $350
Common Duiker - $415
Cape Buffalo - $6,500
* 18% VAT is included in the above listed Daily Rates and Trophy Fees
You can collect these rare and unique species for a fraction of the price that other outfitters charge for these animals!
There are no hidden costs!
THE MAASAILAND SAFARI AREA
This is your chance to hunt some of Tanzania’s unique species in the famous Maasailand area and also take a trophy Cape buffalo if you so desire. The hunt will take place in Maasailand and will be a safari that is similar to the ones taken in the past by Earnest Hemmingway and Robert Ruark. The terrain is generally flat but the rivers and drainages present small hills, bottom areas and lookouts. The plains game hunting area is vast and is 1,000 sq. kilometers. There are many Maasai people in the area and the game mixes with their cattle as they have for thousands of years.
There are several great touring options that are easily added to this hunting safari. The Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti Plains to name just a couple of options. Or perhaps a climb to the top of Mt. Kilamanjaro?
This is a cultural experience as well as a great hunting safari!
THE MASSAILAND NORTHERN PLAINS GAME SAFARI
This PH has had a high success rate hunting exotic plains game over the last several years. His clients take fully mature plains game trophies at significantly lower prices than offered by other Tanzanian outfitters. The well-maintained vehicles will be used to locate game on the vast Maasailand plains. Once your quarry has been spotted, you will proceed to stalk them on foot. You will walk from 2-8 kilometers a day while hunting plains game in this region of Tanzania. If you decide to hunt a Cape buffalo, you will use the vehicle to cut fresh buffalo tracks and then will proceed to track them on foot in the traditional manner.
The license that comes with this hunt allows you to take a lesser kudu, gerenuk, Coke’s hartebeest, fringe-eared oryx, Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelle, Kirk’s dik-dik and several other species. The lesser kudu is one of the 9 spiral-horned antelopes of Africa and is a must for the hunter that is seeking to take Africa’s spiral-horned slam.
Cape buffalo are also on license for this hunt and may be added at any time by just paying the trophy fee. A list of species available to be taken during this hunt is detailed below:
THE MAASAILAND SAFARI CAMP
Although this is a wilderness hunt, you will stay in a 3-star tented camp. The lodging will consist of large East African style tents with in-suite shower and toilet. The tents will feature frame beds and mattresses with clean linens and blankets. The tents also feature windows, rugs and complete floors. Laundry will be done daily and service staff is on call at all times. Electrical power is provided by a generator. Internet and cell phone service is not available in camp. A satellite phone is available in camp in case of emergencies.
Food will consist of 3 course dinners, picnic lunches and made-to-order breakfasts. Bottled water, beer, wine and ice are all available and included. A waiter, butler and daily laundry service will be provided for your comfort and convenience.
THE MASSAILAND SAFARI OUTFITTER
The outfitter has been hunting professionally in Africa since 2003. He is very hands-on and personally conducts more than half the hunts. His other PH has been professionally hunting for over 20 years and both are highly experienced plains and dangerous game hunters. You cannot be in better hands than when hunting in a remote area with this outfitter. The equipment is well-maintained and the staff is well-trained.
You will take KLM airlines into Kilimanjaro International Airport. Your PH will meet you at the airport in Kilimanjaro, where you will be driven an hour and 15 minutes to Arusha. Once in Arusha, you will overnight in a hotel ($150-$350) and wake up the next morning and drive 3.5 hours to the hunting concession in Maasailand. An overnight stay in Arusha may also be necessary on the day of departure from camp.
So what are you waiting for? Isn’t it about time that you put a Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk and some Gazelle’s in your trophy room?
Call me to Hunt Lesser Kudu and Gerenuk in Tanzania at: 727-434-0840
Deposit Policy: A $5,000 deposit is due to book the dates / hunt / quota. The balance of the daily rates ($11,950 US) are due 90 days before the start of the hunt. Deposits may be paid by personal check into a US bank account.
All transfer and trophy fee deposits are due 60 days before the hunt begins. Any excess of deposited funds will be promptly refunded.
Trophy fees for animals taken or wounded and any other charges incurred are due in cash at the end of the safari, or may be deposited with the outfitter in advance as detailed above.
Cancellation Policy: Deposits are non-refundable. Other considerations may be made if a replacement hunter is found for the same dates.
The following Exclusions apply: Trophy Fees / Airfare to Kilimanjaro / Before and After Hunt Accommodations and Meals / Dip and Pack / Crating, Shipping and Taxidermy / Ammunition / Spirits / Gratuities to Staff and PH