Our well known hunting concessions in Zimbabwe are bordering Hwange National Parks. This prime hunting area is home to very good numbers of various Big game and Plainsgame. It holds a high population of elephant, cape buffalo, lion and leopard.
Since more than 25 years our Safaris are putting the highest ranked standards with a perfectly trained team of trackers, skinners and camp personal to provide our guests the most luxury African welcome.
Tukutela Safaris is based 180 km south east of Victoria Falls in the Gwayi Conservany. The area borders Hwange National Parks. The concession is mainly covered with Mopane bush, Teak trees and scrub, but having open Savannah at the Gwayi River and the Dete Vleii. There are many natural water points in this hunting area with the Gwayi River and many other lakes along the Dete valley, the Bindonvale vleii and other places with some marshland between these lakes.
All Animals in the area are free roaming. The "Big Five" like elephant, buffalo, lion and leopard are numberless. Plainsgame like Sable, Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Kudu, Giraffe, Impala, Zebra, Wildebeest and Wartog are plentiful.
The Camp Selous
The luxury style camp has 1 main house, 7 guest houses, dining room with bar, pool, kitchen, garages, office, laundry, skinning shed, outside bar at the pool, braii place, workers houses, shooting range, bow shooting range and some more facilities. Electric current is 220V and WIFI is available.The classic African style camp is situated in a park like setup. All rondavels for the clients are equipped with own shower and toilets.
We are professionals and we like hunting the classic way. Big game hunting is done mainly on foot, by stalking. To approach dangerous game is an art and situations during a hunt can change any second. To get our clients as close as possible to their prefered game is our goal. If you want to experience hunting free ranging dangerous game, that way we appriciate it. We strictly do not hunt from cars. As most shots on dangerous game are fairly below 70 yards, we advise you to practice off hand shooting or from bipods, the so called shooting sticks... and use enough gun.
We look at our concession as an environmentally sensitive area. Our aim is to protect this area from invaders and poachers. In our understanding we can only utilize what we are protecting before. Not only that the directors of Tukutela Safaris are very active in nature conservation, but we are also having our own effective scout team to survey the hunting area. To protect means also to preserve wildlife for future generations of hunters. To preserve means also to invest in a future of Safari hunting.
Tukutela Safaris directors: Frank Lau & Ray Makwehe
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