Any hunt in Africa, is without a doubt, a unforgettable experience for old clients and newcomers. Zimbabwe lies between the great Zambezi river in the north and the great Limpopo river in the south. Each client hunts with their own Professional Hunter (PH) to ensure maximum chances of success in your hunt. Everyone of the PH’s are unique in their hunting and guiding abilities and knowledge of the bush. (The stories around the campfire will not be forgotten). Professional Hunters train and undergo examinations for two years before receiving their Full Professional Hunter’s Licence. They are registered and licensed under the National Parks Authority with each PH issued with a unique Licence Number.
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country bounded on the North by Zambia and Mozambique and the West by Botswana. Formerly the British Colony of Southern Rhodesia, the territory was unilaterally declared independent in 1965 and adopted a republican form of government in 1970. After a 15 year bush war, the territory installed a black majority government and became independent in 1980 as Zimbabwe. The total area of the country is 150,873 square miles, slightly larger than the state of Montana. The majority of the country, excluding cultivated land, is made up of Mopani hardwoods. The Lowveld to the Southeast is made up of extremely thick Jesse bush, while the rolling midlands and Matetsi region are less dense. The total population of Zimbabwe is approximately 12,000,000, with the Shona representing 71%, Ndebele 16% and whites repre-senting less than 1%.