What Prices are involved?
Prices involved in a safari include daily rates, trophy fees and extra costs. Please email us for a quotation.

The daily rate includes:
Services of a PH with 4x4 vehicle and all camp staff.
Accommodation, food and a reasonable amount of refreshments on safari.
Field preparation and salting of all trophies.
Transportation of trophies to a local taxidermist of shipping agent.
Daily laundry.

The daily rate excludes:
Trophy fees on all animals killed wounded and lost.
International airfares.
Hotel bills before and after the hunt.
Gratuities.
Shipping of trophies to home destination or taxidermy work.
Transfers to and from camp.
Dip and pack fees.
Government taxes.
Medical Air Rescue Scheme

Payment:
A deposit of 50% of daily rates is required to confirm the safari, the balance should be paid 30 days prior to the start of the hunt. Trophy fees and extra costs are payable at the end of the hunt.

 

Dip & pack
All trophies are cleaned, disinfected, dipped and packed ready for delivery to a taxidermist of your choice. If you choose to have your trophies processed in Zimbabwe, we will have them delivered to the taxidermist of your choice. If trophies are to be shipped out of Zimbabwe, these will be handled by Chipitani Safaris.

 

Transfers
Access to hunting areas in Zimbabwe is via Harare and can be either by air or vehicle. Clients will arrive in Harare and be met by either PH or pilot who will assist in transferring to camp. Air charters are either on a Navaho twin engine aircraft or a smaller single engine aircraft.
Charters: 40-75 minutes
Road: 6 - 7 hours

 

What to bring
We suggest the following:
3 Pairs hunting trousers or shorts.
3 hunting shirts.
Warm jacket or sweater.
Tracksuit or sweater for cooler evenings.
3 sets underwear.
3 pairs socks.
1 or 2 pairs good walking or hunting boots.
Casual clothing and shoes for around camp.
Sun hat/cap.
Personal toiletries.
All clothing and footwear worn while hunting should be of a dark khaki or preferably jungle green (sage) colour. Military camouflage clothing is not permitted.
Good quality pocket size binoculars.
Ammunition carrier or gun belt.
Multi-purpose knife or leatherman tool.
Torch and batteries.
Ear plugs.
Sling and cleaning kit.
Good quality camera and plenty of film/memory card/batteries.
Universal adapter for electronic equipment.
Transformer 220v/110v.

 

Passports & visas
Valid passoprts are essential. Visas, if required can usually be purchased at the port of entry and currently cost US$30 per person, however, it is best to check with your local travel agent before depature.

 

Firearms & ammunition
A medium calibre bolt-action rifle such as a .30-06 or .300 Win Mag is suitable for most plains game and leopard. Large antelope such as eland require a minimum calibre of .338. If dangerous game is to be hunted, a .375 H&H Magnum or larger is recommended. Use only the best premium grade bullets available such as Nosler, Barnes or Trophy Bonded. Solids are recommended for thick-skinned animals such as buffalo and elephant. Sixty rounds per calibre is suggested. It is wise to practice your shooting well before the safari so that you are totally comfortable with your rifle/s and ammunition.




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