Hunting Areas of Zimbabwe

Hunting Areas of Zimbabwe

Martin Pieters Safaris hunts the one million-acre Omay North and South Hunting Blocks in the famous Zambezi Valley. This is one of the finest unfenced hunting areas in Africa and is known for fantastic leopard, buffalo, hippo and crocodile. Hilly terrain, river valleys and large forests make the Omay a true hunter’s dream. Hunting is from a base camp on the lake, or from our privately owned houseboat, the Abangane,

Omay, Zambezi Valley

Ume: Situated on the shores of lake Kariba on the Ume river overlooking the Matusadonna mountains.

Chifudze: Our main camp situated inland on the Chifudze river along a vast boundary with the Matusadonna national park.

West Nicholson/ South East low veld

Bubiana conservancy: Nestled between the Buye and the Bubiana rivers, this area consists of granite hills and valleys and is home to the highest density of leopard in Zimbabwe, abundant plains game and luxury accommodations make this a leopard hunters dream.

Matetsi: The Matetsi Units are free range, fair chase hunting areas within an hours drive of the famous Victoria falls, unfenced, wild and renowned for quality dangerous game, sable and a variety of plains game.

Unit 5 is the best located unit as it is directly adjoined to the Hwange National Park by a 42 kilometer unfenced boundary with the Hwange national park, a 5000 square mile wildlife reserve home to over 60 000 elephant, countless buffalo, abundant lion and leopard and a myriad of plains game.

Matetsi Unit 5 is 390 Kilometers squared, the biggest of all the Matetsi Units.

There are 5 luxury client chalets each sleeping two persons, all with en suite bathrooms, a spacious lounge, dining room and bar area with a fire pit overlooking a vast open plain.

The camp is run by generator power and has Wi-Fi, and a swimming pool for those warmer summer days.

With natural springs and permanent water in the rivers, Unit 5 has natural drinking water all year around making the unit a hot spot to animals from the adjoining Hwange National Park.

The rolling hills and valleys in Unit 5 are a perfect area for the resident elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards, sable, roan and a whole host of plains game, besides the resident populations that live in Unit 5 there are also migratory animals moving into and out of the Unit at all times of the year.

Matetsi Unit 5 is short hours drive from Victoria Falls International Airport, there is no charter flight needed to hunt the Matetsi Units.

Martin Pieters has dedicated licensed PH’s, all having years of dangerous game experience in Matetsi and various other concessions run by MPS.

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