Gents, I saw @Martin Pieters Safaris posted this on another forum and thought it needed to brought here. "Folks, word of advice, all cash should be declared on arrival in Zimbabwe and also on leaving the country, a maximum of $ 1000 is allowed to be taken out. To avoid any unfortunate issues, rather travel with less cash. Talk to your outfitter and PH for more details or contact Emmie at the ZPHGA office, firstname.lastname@example.org" If I was hunting Zim where trophy fees are to be paid before you leave the country, you need to pay attention to this. You will NOT want to take into the country the cash as if it's not spent it may be seized, so you'll need to make arrangements to have the cash wired in at the end of your hunt to protect your outfitter and your money. This is where a booking agent acting as a quasi-escrow agent comes in handy. But that needn't be the only way to handle this. @CAustin, you were the first person I thought of when I read this. I'm sure you can arrange something with Pieter for your leopard hunt if you haven't alread. But wanted to make sure you saw this.