South Africa Hunting Safari with African Dreams Hunting
African Dreams Hunting Safaris would like to invite you to Dark Africa to live and experience what only a select few hunting enthusiasts have ever experienced and many have dreamt of. With experienced professional hunters and access some of the best areas in Zimbabwe such as Doma, in the lower Zambezi Valley, and Sikumbi Forest Area in Southern Matabeleland, we offer a safari hunting experience of a lifetime.
Bordering the incredible Hwange National Park to the west means that large herds of Elephant, Buffalo and Sable move to the South into our concession and get fed with an abundance of game. Friendly staff, experienced hunting guides and an abundance of high-quality game that you are guaranteed to go home with. We do not target low-density areas on our hunts and put in the time and effort before our guests’ arrival to research our hunting areas and to make sure that you get the dangerous game hunting experience that you came for.
Zimbabwe is open for all big game hunting and with a vast open unfenced 40 000 acre area, we hunt the way that hunting is supposed to be done. We pride ourselves on a fair chase approach and offer Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard and plains game.
African Dreams Hunting Safaris has tailor-made packages to fit your budget and your expectations. If Zimbabwe is not exactly what you are looking for we offer amazing trophy hunting in the Eastern Cape, Freestate and Limpopo provinces of South Africa
The Doma or vaDoma (singular muDoma), also known as Dema, are a tribe living in the Kanyemba region in the north of Zimbabwe, especially in the Urungwe and Sipolilo districts around the basins of Mwazamutanda River, a tributary of the Zambezi River Valley. They are the only traditional hunter-gatherers indigenous to Zimbabwe and famous for the inherited ectrodactyly existing among some vaDoma families. They are not the only traditional hunter-gatherers in Zimbabwe, there are San people living in Tsholotsho area Matabeleland North
Doma Safari area is situated about 3 hours drive North of Harare tucked against the border of Zambia. To the South of Doma Safari area situated in among the hills and valleys lays a pristine wilderness with Buffalo and majestic Elephant grazing and drinking from the many seasonal rivers winding through this area. There are big herds of Sable with some exceptional bulls.
Zimbabwe is still one of the best free range unfenced hunting areas in Africa.
The concession borders Doma Safari area and is 46 000 acres (18615.54 Hectares) of unfenced brutal Africa. The bordering Safari area forms part of the Lower Zambezi Valley and is a feeder area for the concession in the South.
This concession called Maninga, which means CAVE because of all the hills and the valleys where some caves have been found, is a serious hunter’s hunting paradise for
Sikumbi Forest Reserve is a short 2 hours drive from Victoria Falls airport. Fitting snuggly between the Gwai river and the Hwange National park this is an area thriving with great Elephant and Buffalo.
Zimbabwe remains one of the best hunting countries in Africa. With untouched wilderness with no fences and only African bush as far as the eye can see, this means our clients get exactly what they are looking for in terms of that old African feel. Not only do we deliver on atmosphere and experience but the trophy quality in this area is of a very high standard.
South Africa Hunting
With over 17 different concessions throughout South Africa ranging from a 5000ha mountainous hunting area in the Eastern Cape to the Mopani bushveld in Limpopo. Each concession has its own unique atmosphere and feel and each area sets it apart from the others. The concessions all vary with different accommodations ranging from basic yet comfortable to 5-star lodge accommodation in the middle of the African bush.
The majority of our Limpopo concessions border the greater Kruger National park and with no fences separating the areas offers our hunters a true fair chase free range hunting in South Africa.
Each of our concessions is special in its own way. We choose the concession that best matches the animals you will be hunting and the style of hunt you choose.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What to pack for your safari hunting trip?
For your comfort we would suggest packing at least the following for your African Hunting Safari:
- 2 Belts.
- Sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 20.
- Wide brim hat.
- Swimming trunks.
- Camo clothing.
Warmjacket as nights can be cool.
- Comfortable walking boots.
- Spare boots.
- Personal medication including malaria medication.
- Camera and camcorders. Note: DVD hunts available on request.
- Clothes for before and after the safari.
All the above can be found at Safari Supplies for the best deals.
What does the day rate include?
Your day rate will include the following for your hunting safaris in South Africa and Zimbabwe:
- Accommodation in our tented camp
- Laundry service.
- All meals.
- All liquor and beverages served in camp.
- Licensed Professional Hunter with own vehicle
- Trackers and Skinners.
What does the day rate exclude?
Your day rate for hunting in South Africa and Zimbabwe will not include the following:
- Accommodation prior to and after the Safari.
- Dipping, packing and shipping of trophies to final destination.
- Rifle hire.
- Permit fees where applicable.
- Specially requested imported food and drinks.
- Airport transfers.
Some tips if you want to bring your own firearm.
- Firearm permits are issued upon arrival at OR Thambo, Harare, Victoria Falls or Buffalo Range.
- We will provide you with an invitation letter once the daily rates are paid.
- No semi-automatic rifles are permitted.
- Handgun hunts require special permits.
- Bow hunts require special permits.
- We do have hunting rifles available to hire.
Insurance and Indemnities.
All reasonable precautions to ensure the good health and safety of clients will be taken. African Dreams Hunting or its affiliates do not