Zimbabwe: Area Information
Matetsi Extended Conservation Area
The Matetsi ECA is a prolific Buffalo area with a good change of getting a large trophy bull. Elephant hunting is also very successful in the area although exceptional trophies are not common. Matetsi is also well known for its big Tom Cats, dark maned Lions, large Sable Bulls and massive Livingstone Elands. It also produce good quality Reedbuck, Waterbuck, Kudu, Hippo, Crocodile, Hyena and other Plains Game trophies. The area is a merge of 3 game ranches that area unfenced of each other and share unfenced borders with the Matetsi Unit 1, Unit 4 and Hwange National Park. The Matetsi Camp is situated less than an hours drive from Victoria Falls and about 2 hours from Hwange National Park Main Camp. Day trips to both Vic Falls and Hwange can be arranged.
Binga Area, Lake Kariba
The Binga Area is situated on Lake Kariba in north western Zimbabwe. Binga is the perfect place for Hippo and Crocodile with big Hippo Bulls and 4 meter Crocodiles being a realistic expectation! Our primary hunting area is near Sengwa Mouth with our camp overlooking Lake Kariba. This area is not only great for Hippo's and Crocs but also produce huge Chobe Bushbuck trophies with an average size of 16" being hunted! Sengwa Camp is about a 45 minute drive from Binga Town via boat. The area is also well known for its tiger and bream fishing and boats are available to hire for non-hunters.
Impala Ranch, Savé Valley
Impala Ranch is a 8 000 Hectare paradise adjacent to the Savé Valley Conservancy in the southern part, which is a world renowned hunting destination. The camp is situated on a hill overlooking the valley below which is home to free roaming Buffalo, Lion, Elephant, Leopard and an abundance of Plains Game! The South Eastern part of Zimbabwe is especially well known for its Leopard Hunting and the Savé Valley produce top quality Tom Cats every year. It is also a fantastic area for Buffalo and Impala Ranch is home to big herds of Dagga Boys. Impala Ranch is not part of the SVC but only shares unfenced borders with the area and is a 30 minute drive from Buffalo Range Airport.