MOZAMBIQUE SPECIAL!! 18 DAY TROPHY ELEPHANT HUNT

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  1. Francois van Dyk

    Francois van Dyk New Member

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    Mabarule hunters Mozambique offers a special discount trophy Elephant hunt on our own 350 000 hectare concession "Coutada de Nipepe" located in a remote unspoiled wilderness area in the Niassa Province Mozambique. The area comprises of Miombo Woodlands and Inselbergs.

    Or camp "Elephant Camp" is constructed of natural materials with hot water showers and flush toilets. All the necessary facilities are available to ensure a comfortable stay.

    The total cost of the hunt is $ 35 000 (USD) for ivory up to 60 pounds and includes the following: return charter flight, hunting license, rifle permit, government trophy license fee, accommodation, meals, drinks, daily laundry, use of hunting vehicle and field preparation of trophy. International flights, hotel costs and taxidermist fees are not included. Our normal fee for such a hunt is $ 46 400.
    No hidden cost! Allow $ 1000 for tips to our camp staff.

    To secure a booking a deposit of $ 15 050 is needed. Observers are most welcome at $ 150 per day.

    Hunters fly International to Lilongwe in Malawi and from there by Charter Aircraft to our camp in Mozambique. The same route back to Lilongwe after the safari. Mabarule make all the arrangements. Allow two days travelling time. The hunt is 18 hunting days.

    Trophies are exported from the Dipping and Shipping Station in Mozambique to the end destination and for the clients cost. No problem with this.

    During the Elephant hunt clients can hunt additional species such as Sable ($ 4690), Eland ($ 2650), Kudu ($ 1870), Waterbuck ($ 2030), Bushbuck ($ 1250) and more. Government License fee included.

    For Elephant more than 60 pounds ivory the following additional fees must be added: 71 - 80 pounds $ 5000, 81 - 90 pounds $ 5000. For ivory of more than 91 pounds our normal fees and not included in the special.

    Our area is well known for Elephants and the serious Elephant hunter will enjoy this area and the way we hunt.

    Hunting dates: August to end November 2012

    Contact Details:

    Frans van Dyk (owner, outfitter and PH)

    Cell: +27 83 653 6787

    E-mail: mozsafaris@global.co.za
     
  2. Frederik

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    Just a question but aren't you suppose to clear your guns and yourself at an intl airport inside Mozambique first and not just fly into camp from Malawi ?
    Can the camp be reached from Lichinga via road or charter ?
     
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    It is interesting that all prices are in USD and that US citizens cannot import ivory from Mozambique. Hopefully one day we can as there are some nice elephants in some very remote areas.
     
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    Thanks for pointing that out Mike it sounds like a good deal for some other Country.
     
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    You could always import the Ivory to Canada or Mexico but yes Mozambique is loosing a lot of good US clientele for their elephants.
     
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    Not a bad deal for 18 days but I think this amount of time would be required. would be a good option when the Mango fruit is ripe towards the end of the season.
    I noticed the T Fee go's up after 71Lbs. Does this mean the deal actually includes up to 70lbs and not 60?
    If no jumbo is shot what is the credit?
    Cheers.
     
  7. Francois van Dyk

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    Dear Sir,

    The best time is from August to November 31 which is the end of our hunting season.

    The deal is for up to 60 pounds. If the tusks are more than 60 pounds up to 70 pounds just add $ 5000 to the deal. The changes for more that 60 pounds are good if we work hard.

    The deposit required does not include the trophy fee. You only pay for the elephant once it is shot. However, you pay the full daily rate. The deal is as follows:

    Elephant License Fee: $ 7800 (must pay before hunts starts).
    Additional Costs: $ 5500 (charter flight, rifle permits, hunting license, Transport fees)
    Trophy Fee: $ 8400 (only pay if elephant is shot. This is for elephant up to 60 pounds. If the ivory weight is between 61 - 70 pound you add $ 5000 to the deal).
    Daily Rate $ 13 300 (Must pay. 50% already included in the deposit. Balance of the daily rate to be paid 30 days before arrival).
    Total: $ 35 000

    Deposit needed: $ 15 050 (includes 50% of daily rate, Government trophy license fee, rifle permit, Mozambique hunting license:

    Tips not included: $ 1050 (for all our staf)

    If interested can I send you a official Quotation.

    Kindly contact me on mozsafaris@global.co.za

    Best regards,

    Frans van Dyk
     

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