Hunting Safaris In Zimbabwe With Martin Pieters Safaris

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Martin Pieters Safaris – Hunting Safaris in Zimbabwe

Martin Pieters Safaris offers exciting ,ethical , fair chase safaris in some of the most remote areas in Zimbabwe, our Zambezi Valley concession is 2 million acres of unfenced dangerous game habitat, combined with a safari to our large plains game areas you will have a safari of a lifetime. Our permanent camps are well situated and equipped and offer all one would expect on a traditional African safari.

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The Zambezi Valley offers the true big game hunter the chance to hunt up close and personal with Africa’s dangerous game, from elephant bulls to tuskless cows, from large herds of buffalo to solitary dagga boys, combination safaris for lion, leopard, crocodile, hippo, sable and an array of plains game all found in one concession makes for your hunt of a lifetime.

Our areas around Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls offer a different experience to our Zambezi Valley hunts, sandy terrain and Teak forests as well as the proximity to Botswana offers the trophy hunter the chance for big ivory, Martin Pieters Safaris has quota in various prime areas and concessions.

Plains game is in abundance in our various plains game concessions, a wide variety of plains game can be found in large numbers, top quality trophies can be taken in these areas, combine a dangerous game hunt with a plains game package for your ultimate full bag safari.

Martin Pieters Safaris has several PERMANENT PH’s that are highly skilled professionals who have come up the ranks through Zimbabwe’s strict licensing structure, between them many awards have been won over the years, they continue to strive for excellence and offer our clients a quality experience.

Let us tailor make your safari, contact us for more information on our various areas, camps and packages, we look forward to sharing a campfire with you.


See also: Memorable hunting trophy pictures from my Botswana days: https://www.africahunting.com/threads/memorable-hunting-trophy-pictures-from-my-botswana-days.25498/.




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Our Team of Professional Hunters

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Martin Pieters

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Martin has been hunting professionally in Zimbabwe since 1993, he has hunted extensively in Botswana for 10 years and throughout all the major concessions in Zimbabwe. His passion is for dangerous game with a focus on elephant, Martin has won several awards including ‘ best PH in Zimbabwe’ , he has had the pleasure of guiding many hundreds of clients on their quest for African trophies. Martin is the owner of Martin Pieters Safaris and prides himself in ethical fair chase hunting, he resides in Bulawayo with his wife Candy, his daughter Camryn and his son Jason, all of whom are avid hunters., he is a life member of SCI and is currently the chairman of the Zimbabwe professional hunters and guides association.


Pierre Hundermark

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Pierre is one of Martin Pieters Safaris long term PH’s having hunted almost exclusively in the Omay for the last several years, his knowledge of the local fauna and flora is uncanny. Pierre is most at home in the nooks and crannies of the vast expanses of the Omay, his local knowledge is a bonus , his enthusiasm is contagious and his professionalism is unwavering.


Bruce Cronje

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Bruce is one of the companies main PH’s, having hunted extensively in the Omay, his knowledge of the area is second to none. His main passion is cats, having trained under Wayne Grant ( author of ‘ into the thorns’ ), Bruce prides himself in his ability to take cats under difficult conditions. Bruce has hunted all of Martin Pieters Safari areas for the last several years and has the utmost respect for the environment and the wildlife within.


Dalton Tink

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Dalton is one of the newest fully licensed PH’s in the Martin Pieters Safaris contingency, having spent the last 5 years in the Omay, his knowledge of the area is undoubtedly underrated. His enthusiasm, ‘ go getter’ attitude and ‘ pit bull ‘ mindset is an attribute hard to duplicate, hunters looking to have an authentic African experience in one of the last wilderness areas would enjoy his company.


Allen Moody

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Allen has been hunting the Omay for the last 15 years, he is an asset not only as one of the companies main PH’s, but in his general day to day running of the concession. Allen is a hard working professional hunter that prides himself in his ‘ no nonsense ‘ approach to dangerous game hunting. Experience in the field is one of the many reasons he is sought after as a hunter, his wit, humour and enthusiasm make him a joy to be around.





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Hunting Areas of Zimbabwe

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Martin Pieters Safaris hunts exclusively the one million-acre Omay North and South Hunting Blocks in the famous Zambezi Valley. This is one of the finest unfenced hunting areas in Africa and is known for its large concentrations of big game. Hilly terrain, river valleys and large forests make the Omay a true hunter’s dream.

Omay, Zambezi Valley
Ume: Situated on the shores of lake Kariba on the Ume river overlooking the Matusadonna mountains.

Mackenzies: Situated on the Sengwa river and far Western boundary of the concession.

Chifudze: Our main camp situated inland on the Chifudze river along a vast boundary with the Matusadonna national park.

Manuyli: Situated inland on the Ume river, this small camp offers fantastic buffalo and leopard hunting.

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West Nicholson/ South East low veld
Bubiana conservancy: Nestled between the Buye and the Bubiana rivers, this area consists of granite hills and valleys and is home to the highest density of leopard in Zimbabwe, abundant plains game and luxury accommodations make this a leopard hunters dream.

Matetsi: our camp, Sekebela in the Matatesi hunting block has excellent elephant, leopard, lion, sable and buffalo as well as a variety of plains game, the area lies close to Botswana and Hwange national park as well as the famous Victoria falls.

All camps are generator powered with en suite facilities. Elephant, Lion, Leopard and Buffalo are plentiful in our big-game hunting areas. Hippo, Sable, Crocodile, Kudu, Zebra, Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Warthog and numerous other smaller species are also found here. We have access to smaller concessions where Leopard, Eland, Zebra, Kudu, Impala, Tsessebe, Wildebeest, Sable, Warthog, Duiker, Steenbok and other animals are found.

Access to this beautiful remote area is limited and most of our clients take a 90-minute charter flight by light aircraft to reach us. Road transfer is possible for a smaller fee. Harare is the closest International Airport to the area and most clients enter Zimbabwe via Harare where they will be met by the charter pilot and assisted through Customs and Immigration. Entry may also be made via Bulawayo or Victoria Falls.




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A lot of great looking animals there Martin.(y)
 
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Lots of nice game and memories made! Thanks for sharing
 
Ok which area are you taking the great leopards in. I saw several great examples.
 

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