21 Day Tanzania Hunt Cancellation

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  1. HuntingAgent.com

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    My outfitter in the Selous Tanzania has had a 21 day hunt cancellation. This hunt on offer is for an 18 day hunt with a 21 day quota, less Elephant. This is a great opportunity to hunt one of the greatest places on the planet. Tanzania will never be cheap, but this is a great deal with a spectacular outfitter.

    18 day safari in the Selous, available dates are Oct 15-Nov 1, 2014

    Included in the price is:
    Fully furnished safari camp and lodging, meals,Professional PH, vehicles, camp staff, trophy prep.

    Animals on quota: Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Hippo, Croc, Sable, Eland, Kudu, Hyena, Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Reedbuck and all plains game species.

    21 day safari is regular priced at $48,300, discounted price is $30,000 plus government fees of $13,500 Charter to camp is $4,400 R/T.

    Not included in price:
    Trophy fees, alcohol, tips, hotels before or after hunt, shipping of trophies home observers.

    Please email me for additional details.

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  2. BRICKBURN

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    Pretty impressive Buffalo.
    Hope someone can jump on this.
     
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    I hope someone on the forums snaps it up.
     
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    Just curious, how much are the trophy fees?
     
  6. James.Grage

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    Dang James (y)

    Great offer... that is a outstanding price to hunt Tanzania.

    Not a bad time of year also...
     
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    This is what I want for Christmas and Birthday for the rest of my life. Don`t even need the cats, "just" buffalo, hippo and PG:)
     
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    Enysse I am in your camp. This would be a dream hunt for me.
     
  9. HuntingAgent.com

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    Trophy prices are below

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    Ok maybe I didn't understand. Am I to understand $30,000 does not include the trophy fees? So this is $48,000 round figure just to get to and stay/hunt at the camp for 18 days? Trophies are in addition?
     
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    That is correct, the 30K covers the daily rates, TF are extra.
     
  12. James.Grage

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    Hi James :)

    The Trophy Fees are some of the best i have seen for Tanzania (y). And i have been looking.

    Many on here should compare the trophy fees with other countries and see how reasonable they are.

    Air charter is less expensive that when i went in 2010. So that is a plus.

    I do wish someone on AH would take you up on this Safari it is a great experience.
     
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    Much too rich for my blood. Thanks for the clarity James. Sounds like the color of money to me! Big money!
     
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    You are right - it is terribly expensive. But do the math - what would that many opportunities at dangerous game cost - one at a time - over a number of safaris? A single Marco Polo, Markhor, Mountain Nyala in Ethiopia, or 21 day safari in Tanzania are all hunts in the same class - the most expensive in the world. Against those typical costs, this is indeed a "bargain." Everything is relative - beyond my ability to justify - but still a bargain.
     
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    I'm sure your right Red Leg. Maybe it's a retirement dream hunt.
     
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    It is what it is....It the Selous!
     
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    Looks like some additional posts were removed. I guess if you question a price of one of the sponsors of the site it gets pulled. Interesting, as this seemed to be an open forum.
     
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    It is definitely a rich man's hunt/safari but at the same time it is a bargain. For 70K you could get 4 of the big 5 and for 75K 6 of the big 7. For 80K you can get the big 6 and plus a fair amount of plains game. Expensive no doubt but think about how much individual hunts for each of those animals end up costing you? A fair bit more.

    Also with the cost of the daily rate vs. the trophy fees you get a lot more bang for your buck going after all or most of the big 6 + plains game rather than just 1 or 2.

    But as others have said, it definitely is a dream hunt.
     
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    I have always wanted to hunt Tanzania, maybe for the history and the mystique as much as the unique game. This is one of the best prices I have seen. Despite that, one must be prepared financially to hunt there. The regular price of this hunt was roughly 66K. with trophies, D&P, an observer and tips, this could cost 100,000 dollars. The savings on this special should put all of that into the $75K range. Not much more than a 4 door deisel King Ranch Edition Ford pickup, or Cadillac Escalade. So for many hunters, it is truly a matter of priorities. But it does raise the question: Is hunting in Tanzania 10 times better than Namibia or RSA? Would like to hear what some who have done both have to say before I would decide. Appreciate the offer, and I too have been looking at Tanz. and this is a good price.................FWB
     
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    too rich for my blood but it would be a dream hunt!

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