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Mozambique is located on the Indian Ocean, and faces the island of Madagascar. It is bordered by Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Swaziland. In Mozambique the hunting areas comprise a large portion of the entire country. Its wildlife includes a variety of species, of which antelope are the most numerous, both in number and variety. 


There are two camps, Cinzine Camp,  north of the Save River (a 1 mile wide river), and Border Camp, on the southern bank. The two areas cover 250 000 acres and is on a long term lease with the Mozambique Government. This gives us the opportunity to develop the area to its full potential with our final goal set to finally have one of the best hunting and conservation areas in Southern Africa.

Cinzine is a tented camp, each tent with en-suite bathroom facilities. From a 300 foot cliff, the camp overlooks the Save River running through flood plains with the Gonarezhou National Park in the distance. Border camp is an old border post, revamped into a camp also with en-suite bathrooms but nestled in the corner where Mozambique and Zimbabwe meet on the Save River.

Both camps have electricity using silent generators combined with solar power and hot and cold running water. Border camp has air-conditioners in the rooms while Cinzine, being cooler with the higher elevation, has electric fans with water evaporators. Where possible, local raw material was used to provide the local inhabitants with an income . Local skilled labour was used as much as possible including carpenters and builders.

The area has excellent elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, crocodile, hippo, eland, kudu, sable, zebra, wildebeest, roan, impala, suni, reedbuck, nyala, blue duiker, warthog, bushpig, common duiker, steenbuck and waterbuck. The sounds of hyena, hippo, lion, elephant and leopard often echo through the camp at night with the days being filled with the cry of the fish eagles.

Best hunting times are from May on with the season closing end of November with a peak time during June, July and August.


Getting into the area is by International flight to Johannesburg or Vilanculos with either a short charter flight into the area or by road.