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Sengwa

Sengwa is 94,000 acres of the most stunning hunting reserve to be found in Zimbabwe. Its is a safari area meaning that there are no people living in the hunting area This is arguably one of Zimbabwe’s best hunting concessions. It is located in the North West of the country in the Gokwe District. It is exactly half way between Harare and Victoria Falls. This offers a great opportunity for incoming guests to visit the world famous Victoria Falls enroute to their safari.

This truly beautiful area consists of huge floodplains and rolling plateaus. The wide variety of terrain from Mopane woodland, jesse, sandveld ridges and huge vlei’s provide wonderful habitat for huge resident herds of elephant, buffalo and plainsgame.

The Sengwa Camp consists of two East African safari style tents and one Chalet. All have ablutions ensuite and all the necessary conveniences for a very enjoyable and comfortable stay. A central dining area on a big bluff overlooking the Sengwa River provides a wonderful and scenic evening relaxation spot.  On larger hunts you will be guaranteed exclusivity of the whole area.

Elephant trophies average between 30 and 35 pounds. Tuskless cows are also plentiful and these safaris are close to 100% successful. The best times for hunting the bulls are early in March through May and late in September and October. Tuskless cows are better during the drier months of June through October.

Buffalo are plentiful and are best during the drier months of June through October. There are large herds of buffalo as well as many dugga boys. Sengwa unlike other valley areas also boasts very good quality and quantities of plains game and as a result a hunter on a buffalo plains game hunt can expect an impressive bag at the end of the hunt!

We have reduced the leopard quota to 1 and we expect every year that we will shoot a very good leopard. These leopards are quite a lot larger than the Dande and Nyakasanga cats.