2019 / 2020
HUNT SUNI AND SMALL ANTELOPES IN MOZAMBIQUE
Mozambique Has 6 of Africa’s Tiny Ten Antelopes!
7 Full-Hunting Days at Mozambique’s Sofala Province
8 Nights of lodging included
2 Travel Days Included
7 Days Daily Rates $ 4,200
Trophy Fees $ TBD
Hunting License $ 300
Weapon Import Permit $ 250
R/T Road Transfer (Tete) $ 700
SMALL ANTELOPE SAFARI TOTAL $ 5,450 + Trophy Fees All IN!
NO Hidden Costs! This is all you will pay other than Trophy Fees, Dip and Pack and Gratuities
All Inclusive – Food / Lodging / Guide / Tracker / Daily Laundry
Add Hunting Days at $600 / Day
Add an Observer for $250 / Day
Rifle Rental Available @ $30 / Day + $10 / Bullet
Small antelope trophies taken in Mozambique ARE currently exportable to the US and the EU!
THE SMALL ANTELOPE HUNTING AREA
This small antelope safari takes place on an exclusive 145,000 hectare (358,000 acre) hunting concession in the Sofala Province of central Mozambique, which is one of the greatest areas for these species in all of Africa. There are 6 small antelope species present in the concession. Those species are:
- Livingstone Suni
- Red Duiker
- Blue Duiker
- Sharpe’s Grysbok
- Grey (Common) Duiker
This is hands down the best concession for these species in Mozambique and sightings of 200 suni per day are not uncommon. The hunting area consists of flat coastal forest terrain with patches of large open grassland savannah. In other words, this is the perfect habitat for red and blue duiker, Sharp’s grysbok, oribi, suni and grey duiker!
THE SMALL ANTELOPE HUNT
This hunt for suni and small antelope in Mozambique will be primarily done on foot using the spot and stalk method. Once a trophy antelope is spotted, you will stalk to within shooting distance. An accurate shot is necessary as these antelope make rather small targets. Sneaking up on a trophy member of the tiny ten is a lot more challenging and exciting than many hunters realize.
This is a great chance to take several of the antelopes that make up Africa’s tiny ten. With an abundance of these small antelopes present, you will be able to put several of thse diminutive antelopes in the salt!
You may also take other common plains game species while hunting for small antelopes in Mozambique. Trophy fees for the small antelopes and other species of plains game are listed below:
The best time of year to Hunt Small Antelopes in Mozambique is June through October when the water is cooler.
It is not unusual to see 200 suni per day in this area!
THE SMALL ANTELOPE HUNTING LODGE
You will stay in a 3-Star lodge during the course of your small antelope hunt. The camps are brick under thatch and have all of the relevant comforts. The camps will feature comfortable beds, daily laundry service, hot showers and three course meals. The outfitter’s staff is trained to cater to their client’s needs. Vehicles and boats are well-maintained. Electrical power is supplied by generator. There is internet and cell phone service available in camp.
THE SMALL ANTELOPE OUTFITTER
This is your chance to hunt Suni and Small Antelopes in Mozambique with one most experienced small antelope outfitters in Africa! This outfitter is one of the most reputable outfitters in Mozambique, and operates in one of Mozambique’s best small antelope hunting concessions. The outfitter has been offering small antelope hunting safaris in Mozambique since 2004.
You will take a commercial flight from Johannesburg, South Africa (JNB) to Tete, Mozambique (TET). Daily flights are available Monday – Friday to Tete from Johannesburg, South Africa on South African Airways. Do not fly LAM, as they are unreliable!
You will arrive in Tete, where you will be met by your PH and driven to the camp that will serve as the base for your hunt. The drive is 3-4 hours one way, depending on road conditions and traffic. NO expensive charter flights are required on this hunt
So what are you waiting for? Isn’t it about time that you put some trophy small antelopes in your game room?
Call me at 727-434-0840 to Hunt Suni and Small Antelopes in Mozambique!
A deposit of $50% of the daily rates is required to reserve dates / quota.
The balance of the daily rates is due 30 days prior to the hunt.
Trophy fees for any animals taken or wounded, blue duiker CITES fee and any other charges incurred are due in cash at the end of the safari prior to departing camp or may be wired 21 days prior to the start of the safari.
Cancellation of a Safari if done 6 months prior to the commencement date will allow the client a full refund of all payments made. However, if a cancellation is made within six months of the safari, all payments may be transferred to the following year as a deposit on another future hunt based on the following years pricing. If the client chooses not to transfer forward his deposit he will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee of funds paid. If a cancellation is done within 3 months of the safari date all deposits will be forfeited. In the event full payment is not received within 30 days of the completion of the safari, interest will begin to be charged at 15 % per annum on the remaining funds owed. Any legal discrepancies will be handled according to the laws of Mozambique.
The following Exclusions apply: Dip & Pack / Crating and Shipping of Trophies / Taxidermy Services / Airfare / Gratuities / Road Transportation Charge from and to Tete and Camp ($700) / Firearms Permit Fee ($250) / CITES Permit for Blue Duiker / Hunting License ($300)
Hunt # MO-MA-SA-2016-4