260000 hectares of wilderness in Wildest African bush all part the Namwala Game Management Area of Zambia, the hunting area bounds onto the world famous Kafue National Park. The concession consists of pristine Miambo woodlands, large open grass plains (Dambo’s), majestic granite rocky outcrops, 4 perennial feeder streams and natural hot springs which feed into reed beds. The area has 22km of river frontage on the Kafue River; this is made up of hundreds of Islands, rocky outcrops, rapids and crystal clear waters.
Our hunting season is from 1st of May to 30th of November, known as the dry season. The days are predominately warm and sunny and the evenings cool, it can be very cold in the evenings and early mornings from June through to end of August.
WHAT WILL YOU HUNT
Leopard, Lion, Buffalo, Hippo, Crocodile, Sable, Kudu, Crawshays Defassa Waterbuck, Zebra, Impala, Puku, Oribi, Bushbuck, Duiker, Sharps Grysbok, Reedbuck, Liechtenstein’s Hartebeest, Warthog, Bush pig, Hyena, Baboon. We can also arrange add on hunts for Eland and Roan Antelope as well as to Lochinvar for the much sort after Kafue Lechwe, and the Bangweulu Swamps for Black Lechwe and Sitatunga.
The leopard, lion, buffalo, sable crocodile and hippo in Namwala are of exceptional quality. Leopard over 150 pounds can be expected, fully mature lions with full manes, and sable and buffalo over 40 inches – with the chance of a high 40’s trophy! Many Crocodile of 15’have been shot in the Namwala concession.
The Kafue river is spectacular, offering one of the most scenic backdrops to hunting Crocodile, Hippo and waterfowl anywhere in the world.
We believe in offering our Clients a professional and ethical hunt, we strongly believe in sustainable and fair hunting practices. No fences, No tar roads, No canned hunting, No driven hunts. Our priority is walk and stalk. Just hunter and the hunted.
Nsonga Game Management and Lodges believe very strongly in supporting and uplifting our local community. With this in mind Nsonga has pledged ZMK240000.00 per annum to various projects ranging from building new schools, to sinking boreholes in our three chiefdoms. We also pay the salary of three Teachers at various schools and are providing burseries to 3 children. 50% of the venison goes to the community. In the building of the lodge we used locally found building materials and used people from the community to source these for us. In addition to employing staff from our local community, we have also provided them with many new skills when we started our Lodge building project. Teaching on the job is an ongoing process. Itumbi-Kaingu Trust has built a primary school. Which school’s approximately 250 children. The trust has also provided running water to the school. We have built a teacher’s house. There are many ongoing projects that we are involved in. We contribute ZMK60000.00 per annum to assist with the anti poaching efforts in the Namwala GMA
The ammunition caliber must match the caliber of the rifles you are importing duty charges are approx $4 per round we will arrange payment of this duty and will add it onto your final bill
HOW WILL YOU GET TO NSONGA
Vehicle transfers are possible on request, the drive time to camp from Lusaka is approximately 5 hours depending the traffic volume in Lusaka and dirt road conditions
|Months||Season||Mean Daily Maximum °C (°F)||Mean Daily Minimum °C (°F)|
|May–August||Cool and Dry||21-26 (70-79)||6-12 (43-54)|
|September–October||Hot and Dry||28-35 (82-95)||17-22 (63-72)|
|November–April||Rainy||25-30 (77-86)||14-19 (57-66)|