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Leopard Hunts

Leopard Hunt in Namibia

1 x 1 ONLY $19,800

This is your chance to take a trophy tom leopard with one of Namibia's most experienced big game hunters. The leopard hunt will take place on a 35,000 acre private concession that is 120 km west of Windhoek. His success rate on leopard has been been over 80% the last several years!

Selous Reserve Leopard Hunting Safari

Rifle Only 1 x 1 ONLY $31,800 per HUNTER!

2018 / 2019
This 14-day leopard hunt will take place in Tanzania's Selous Reserve. With over 2,000,000 acres of game-filled wilderness, this is a hunt that dreams are made of. There is a good population of unpressured leopards here and most leopards are taken in the daytime. You can take two Cape buffalo along with Lichtenstein's hartebeest and Nyassa wildebeest. Hunting just doen't get much better than this!

Tanzania Leopard Buffalo Sable and Roan Safari

Rifle or Black Powder 1x1 ( 1 Hunter - 1 Guide) ONLY $36,300!

2019 / 2020
This premium hunt for leopard in one of Tanzania's best leopard areas will take place on nearly 1,000,000 acres that feature no human habitation. This area produces some huge leopards and you will hunt with one of Tanzania's best leopard outfitters. You can also take Cape buffalo, sable and roan along with selected plains game on this safari.

Hunt Leopard in Tanzania

Rifle or Black Powder 1x1 ( 1 Hunter - 1 Guide) ONLY $28,950!

2019 / 2020
Hunt leopard in the Rungwa ecosystem with this big cat specialist. The success rate has been 100% on daylight cats over the last few years. You will put some miles on collecting, hanging and checking baits. The population of leopards here is good and along with trophy sable and roan, is a great place to take some real trophies!

Leopard Hunt in Zimbabwe

Rifle-Black Powder-Bow 1x1 ( 1 Hunter – 1 Guide) ONLY $24,676!!!

2019 / 2020
This is your chance to hunt a trophy tom leopard in the Gonaezhou area of South Eastern Zimbabwe. This 660,000 acre area offers some of the finest trophy hunting that is available today! Seventy to ninety pound elephant bulls and Cape Buffalo pushing 50" are taken here. An abundant population of big leopard make this hunt a great chance at taking the cat of your dreams!

Hunt Leopard In Zimbabwe

Rifle-Black Powder-Bow 1x1 ( 1 Hunter – 1 Guide) ONLY $23,486!!

2019 / 2020
This trophy leopard hunt will take place at Matetsi Unit 4, which borders Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. This is a great area to hunt leopard! This is a great place to combine your leopard hunt with a Cape buffalo hunt and maybe pick up a big sable too! You will hunt with one of the best leopard otfitters in Zimbabwe on this trophy leopard hunt.

Leopard Hunts in Africa

Leopard hunting in Africa is a test of will and patience.  The leopard is the hardest trophy to acquire of the African Big five.  It is also the most beautiful of the big five and ranks as one of the world’s most coveted trophies.  Many a futile night has been spent in a leopard blind waiting for a wily male leopard to stealthily climb into the tree and approach the bait.  The slightest noise or hint of something wrong and the leopard can disappear in a flash, never to be seen again.  A leopard hunt  is  hard work, time consuming and requires your PH to think like a leopard.  The best leopard PH’s are leopard fanatics and some would argue that they are part cat themselves.

Leopards are distributed widely throughout sub-Saharan Africa.  A leopard hunt is permitted in most countries that allow hunting.  Many of the largest specimens of leopards come out of Tanzania, Zambia’s Luangwa Valley, and areas of South Africa that abound with plains game.  Male leopards have a large home range and have been known to travel home ranges of up to 190 square miles.  Females have smaller home ranges.  Leopards can climb trees well and are agile swimmers.  Most leopards hunt immediately before or just after dark.  Leopards are stalk and pounce hunters.

There are two primary ways of taking a leopard hunt in Africa, baiting and waiting and chasing with hounds.  The traditional method for taking a leopard hunt is to place multiple baits in areas where leopards are expected to frequent and then once a leopard begins feeding on a bait, building a well concealed blind 50 – 75 yards from the bait and waiting for the leopard to come in to feed.  South Africa and Zimbabwe allow the use of artificial light for leopard hunting, which greatly increases the odds of connecting.  The second method for taking a leopard hunt entails searching the roads until a large fresh leopard track is located and then releasing the hound pack on the leopards trail. Many times this will result in a snarling leopard high up on a branch on a tree.  Once the hunters catch up, an assessment is made as to trophy quality and if adequate, the hunter shoots the leopard out of the tree.

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"I cannot thank you enough for your advice on booking this 5-star hunt. We had a great hunt!  Our PH was the best! Everything was just as you said it would be. I just wanted to let you know that I appreciated all of your help. Please use me as a reference for anyone you are talking to.

We could not be more pleased!"

Bruce Widener
June 2018


"The hippo and croc hunt was good to great --  People make the hunt and from the booking agent to the outfitter YOU COULDN'T ask for a better hunt!  Very few hunting ads tell you what you will get and then deliver it with a smile and extras. Both ends are honest and great to deal with."

"John Martins tries his hardest to get you a great price and your animals with honest outfitters!"

Don Soncrant
Lemmon, SD
September 2016



"This was our first time to Africa and it was incredible. We were able to harvest all the animals on our wish list and they were fantastic quality trophies.  I would recommend this hunt as you are only about 2 hours from Johannesburg. Thanks to Discount African Hunts we connected with an awesome outfitter and took some great trophies!."

Troy N.
May, 2015


Broker: John Martins   |   Phone: 727-434-0840