Tanzanian Wildlife Department regulations permit the hunting of both Lion and Leopard under the following conditions only. 21 day safari
- 1 x 1 – One client accompanied by one professional hunter (one Lion and one Leopard Permit)
- 2 x 1 – Two clients accompanied by one professional hunter(clients must share one Lion and one Leopard permit)
- 2 x 2 – Two clients accompanied by two professional hunters (Each client has one Lion and one Leopard permit)
- 3 x 2 – Three clients accompanied by two professional hunters (clients share two Lion and two Leopard permits)
No more than two clients are allowed to accompany a single professional hunter. Groups may not exceed more than four clients and two professional hunters. Non–hunters commonly known as observers are allowed at a special fee.
We can also offer hunters an excellent opportunity for bird shooting in Tanzania. Available species include francolin, duck, geese and guinea fowl in the south. In the north – central areas occur five species of francolin, guinea fowl and quail as well as pigeons, doves and sand grouse.
Photographic and coastal side and eco-tourism trips are available on request.
Government fees structure.
- Hunting permit of 10 days safari – US$ 950
- Hunting permit for 11 to 21 days – US$ 1,250
- Wildlife conservation fee per day per hunter – US$ 150
- Non-hunting client (observer) fee per day – US$ 100
- Government Trophy handling fees for 10 days – US$ 100
- Government Trophy Handling fees for 11-21 days – US$ 500
- Firearms import permit – US$ 200 per gun
- Trophy export license – US$ 300
- Trophy fee for animals taken and/or wounded.