Anti poaching…fighting back

By |January 26th, 2016|

Anti poaching  …fighting back




African Conservancies was established in 2014, it’s first project was in Nyaminyami Rural District Council in the Omay Communal Land hunting area. A.C comprises Carbon Green International, the relevant Rural District Council and the relevant community in which the conservation plan falls. A trust has been formed that […]

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Sustainable off take benefiting communities

By |January 9th, 2016|

Sustainable off take


Since 2007 we have been involved in dedicated wildlife conservation through sustainable off take, quota control, anti poaching and community based wildlife education in the Omay campfire concession.


The Omay (NyamiNyami RDC ) is a vast ( 2 million acres) populated communal land which one of the first areas to be given the CAMPFIRE […]

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Big game hunting in Zimbabwe……making a difference to communities

By |November 18th, 2015|

Hunting in Zimbabwe

When you think of Africa, what comes to your mind……lush plains,flowing rivers,animal migrations……big cats, safari lodges and kitted game drive vehicles, visions conjured up by numerous wildlife documentaries, dvd’s showing exclusive photographic safaris with discerning clientele being pampered by attentive staff…….yes the scenes shown to us make us believe that all is well […]

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Nyaminyami and Martin Pieters Safaris

By |October 18th, 2015|

The Kariba Legend

“The BaTonga People have lived in the zambezi valley for centuries in peaceful seclusion and with little contact with the outside world. They were simple folk who built their houses along the banks of the great river and believed that their gods looked after them supplying them with water and food.

The name Kariba comes from […]

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Zimbabwe hunting

By |September 3rd, 2015|

Zimbabwe hunting


There are several reasons why Zimbabwe is rated as one of the top destinations for big game hunting in Africa, some of them being the massive free range areas and the strict sustainable quotas, others being the dedicated and highly experienced professional hunters.Martin Pieters safaris has been one of the leaders in Zimbabwe hunting […]

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Zambezi Valley

By |July 4th, 2015|

Zambezi valley hunts

From the rugged hills of the Zambezi escarpment to the rich floodplains on the shores of lake kariba, the Zambezi valley is home to ALL of Zimbabwe’s dangerous game.

Not only is the Zambezi valley known for its thick jesse, rugged terrain and dense populations of dangerous game, it is regarded as one of […]

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Leopard hunt

By |June 28th, 2015|

Leopard hunts


” I have been on several safaris and never shot a leopard “…….those were the words of Fernando on booking is sixth African safari for leopard. He did not mention who he had hunted with or where, just that he was ‘ unlucky, unfortunate and I believe the words were ……cursed”.

Fernando wanted a leopard […]

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Zimbabwe hunting

By |June 5th, 2015|

Zimbabwe hunting

It comes as no surprise that Zimbabwe has been and continues to be one of the leaders in hunting safaris in Africa. Positive dialogue between national parks authorities and safari operators  over the last several years has led to an increase in wildlife numbers in various areas. Martin Pieters safaris operates one such area, […]

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Hunting in Zimbabwe

By |May 26th, 2015|

Hunting in Zimbabwe

Where to go……..a tough choice to make with all the shows, flashy brochures and instant chats on hunting forums, who can I trust, who shall I listen too?

When they say there is no substitute for experience, they mean it,with over 50 % return clientele and a dedicated team from office staff to anti […]

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Buffalo hunting in Zimbabwe

By |May 24th, 2015|

Buffalo hunting in Zimbabwe

One of the most amazing feelings you can get as a hunter is to be crawling on your hands and knees a mere 30 yards from a large herd of feeding buffalo, the dust gives you cover and the noise that comes 1200 pounding feet drowns out your movements.  Ever wary, the […]

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