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24 hunting trips from 2 outfitters starting from $9,000

24 hunts
$9,000 starting from
23 animals
13276km to the nearest trip

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2:1 Nile Buffalo & Sitatunga Safari

2:1 Nile Buffalo & Sitatunga Safari Uganda

2 HUNTERS x 1 PROFESSIONAL HUNTER HUNTING AREAS: 16 days – 14 days hunting BUFFALO: Maximum 2 per hunter 1. KAFU RIVER BASIN: This stretches along Lake Kyoga, Kafu & Mayanja Rivers and covers the six districts of Nakaseke, Nakasongola, Kiboga, Kyankwanzi, Kiryandongo and Masindi covering about 1,800,000 hectares. The landscape in Kafu consists mainly of Papyrus swamps and dense bush thickets making it a prime hunting ground for the East African Sitatunga, East African Bush Duiker, Eastern Bohor Reedbuck, Nile Bushbuck East African, Uganda Defassa Waterbuck, Leopard, Common Oribi and Bush Pig. We hunt in Kafu from January to December. 2. ASWA LOLIM RANCHES: The former Aswa Lolim Wildlife Reserve was degazetted under Idi Amin in the 70s. It covers the sub-counties of Purongo, Alero, Anaka and Koch-Goma. Although many commercial farmers have settled in this prime hunting ground, it is still realistic to get Nile Buffalo, Uganda Kob, Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Oribi and warthog. Aswa Lolim lies on the eastern side of the Nile. It covers 125,000 hectares and share a 110 km direct border with Murchison Falls National Park in the South and about 78 km with the Nile in the West. The landscape is dominated by light rolling grass hills with palm trees, small valleys with creeks and light forest. Near the river you find dense forests and large stretches of papyrus swamps. We hunt in Aswa-Lolim from January to end of April/May. 3. KARAMOJA: Stretching over 1.2 million hectares from Kidepo National Park all the way to Central Karamoja. They include 5 Districts (Kitgum, Agago, Kaabong, Kotido and Abim) and are rich in Buffalo, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Oribi, Eastern Bohor Reedbuck, Chandler’s Mountain Reedbuck, Gunther’s Dik Dik, East African Defassa Waterbuck and Warthog. Due to increased anti-poaching, lesser and greater Kudu are as well spotted more frequently.

Trip duration: 16 days

Hunting season: 1 Dec 2020 31 Dec 2022

Daily rate fee $56,000 for 16 days, 2 hunters
2:2 Classic Sitatunga Safari

2:2 Classic Sitatunga Safari Uganda

2 HUNTERS x 2 PROFESSIONAL HUNTERS HUNTING AREAS: 12 days – 10 days hunting 1. KAFU RIVER BASIN: This stretches along Lake Kyoga, Kafu & Mayanja Rivers and covers the six districts of Nakaseke, Nakasongola, Kiboga, Kyankwanzi, Kiryandongo and Masindi covering about 1,800,000 hectares. The landscape in Kafu consists mainly of Papyrus swamps and dense bush thickets making it a prime hunting ground for the East African Sitatunga, East African Bush Duiker, Eastern Bohor Reedbuck, Nile Bushbuck East African, Uganda Defassa Waterbuck, Leopard, Common Oribi and Bush Pig. We hunt in Kafu from January to December. 2. ASWA LOLIM RANCHES: The former Aswa Lolim Wildlife Reserve was degazetted under Idi Amin in the 70s. It covers the sub-counties of Purongo, Alero, Anaka and Koch-Goma. Although many commercial farmers have settled in this prime hunting ground, it is still realistic to get Nile Buffalo, Uganda Kob, Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Oribi and warthog. Aswa Lolim lies on the eastern side of the Nile. It covers 125,000 hectares and share a 110 km direct border with Murchison Falls National Park in the South and about 78 km with the Nile in the West. The landscape is dominated by light rolling grass hills with palm trees, small valleys with creeks and light forest. Near the river you find dense forests and large stretches of papyrus swamps. We hunt in Aswa-Lolim from January to end of April/May.

Trip duration: 12 days

Hunting season: 1 Dec 2020 31 Dec 2022

Daily rate fee $32,000 for 12 days, 2 hunters
1:1 Nile Buffalo & Sitatunga Safari

1:1 Nile Buffalo & Sitatunga Safari Uganda

1 HUNTER x 1 PROFESSIONAL HUNTER HUNTING AREAS: 16 days – 14 days hunting BUFFALO: Maximum 2 per hunter 1. KAFU RIVER BASIN: This stretches along Lake Kyoga, Kafu & Mayanja Rivers and covers the six districts of Nakaseke, Nakasongola, Kiboga, Kyankwanzi, Kiryandongo and Masindi covering about 1,800,000 hectares. The landscape in Kafu consists mainly of Papyrus swamps and dense bush thickets making it a prime hunting ground for the East African Sitatunga, East African Bush Duiker, Eastern Bohor Reedbuck, Nile Bushbuck East African, Uganda Defassa Waterbuck, Leopard, Common Oribi and Bush Pig. We hunt in Kafu from January to December. 2. ASWA LOLIM RANCHES: The former Aswa Lolim Wildlife Reserve was degazetted under Idi Amin in the 70s. It covers the sub-counties of Purongo, Alero, Anaka and Koch-Goma. Although many commercial farmers have settled in this prime hunting ground, it is still realistic to get Nile Buffalo, Uganda Kob, Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Oribi and warthog. Aswa Lolim lies on the eastern side of the Nile. It covers 125,000 hectares and share a 110 km direct border with Murchison Falls National Park in the South and about 78 km with the Nile in the West. The landscape is dominated by light rolling grass hills with palm trees, small valleys with creeks and light forest. Near the river you find dense forests and large stretches of papyrus swamps. We hunt in Aswa-Lolim from January to end of April/May. 3. KARAMOJA: Stretching over 1.2 million hectares from Kidepo National Park all the way to Central Karamoja. They include 5 Districts (Kitgum, Agago, Kaabong, Kotido and Abim) and are rich in Buffalo, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Oribi, Eastern Bohor Reedbuck, Chandler’s Mountain Reedbuck, Gunther’s Dik Dik, East African Defassa Waterbuck and Warthog. Due to increased anti-poaching, lesser and greater Kudu are as well spotted more frequently.

Trip duration: 16 days

Hunting season: 1 Dec 2020 31 Dec 2022

Daily rate fee $31,000 for 16 days, 1 hunter
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