ZIMBABWE: Mokore Safaris Sengwa Research Tuskless Elephant & Plains Game

I think CMS may have a guest house in Bulawayo? I would overnight in Bulawayo and leave early am for Sengwa if flying into Bulawayo is an option. This is what I did but through Harare and it puts you there at Sengwa around mid-day. Perfect for a nice lunch, rifle sight check and an evening game drive before your hunt actually begins. A nice way to ease into things :)
I am certain CMS can make any arrangements you desire. I would discuss options with them and start looking at current flights, although they may be a little different next year.
Delta or United through Joburg, overnight in Joburg and a morning flight to either Harare or Bulawayo is one common option. Or Emirates direct through Dubai to Harare is also very common and my preferred route and airline. Emirates is far superior over any of our domestic carriers and your firearms are virtually assured to arrive with you.
 
I’ve hunted w Duckworth’s a few times. Charted airplane one, drove Harare one… drive is best in my opinion. The drive puts you into the mood of Africa, before you reach camp. The anticipation build to reach camp, start Safari, for me, was priceless. Gary Duckworth, Barry and Bertie, Neil and cousin Doug- old school integrity. Can’t endorse enough.
I have also hunted with the Duckworths multiple times and couldn't agree with you more. Doug has been my PH on all of them. We have walked many Ks in Sengwa Research in the past and I enjoyed it immensely.
 
I think CMS may have a guest house in Bulawayo? I would overnight in Bulawayo and leave early am for Sengwa if flying into Bulawayo is an option. This is what I did but through Harare and it puts you there at Sengwa around mid-day. Perfect for a nice lunch, rifle sight check and an evening game drive before your hunt actually begins. A nice way to ease into things :)
I am certain CMS can make any arrangements you desire. I would discuss options with them and start looking at current flights, although they may be a little different next year.
Delta or United through Joburg, overnight in Joburg and a morning flight to either Harare or Bulawayo is one common option. Or Emirates direct through Dubai to Harare is also very common and my preferred route and airline. Emirates is far superior over any of our domestic carriers and your firearms are virtually assured to arrive with you.
thank you for the responce, i will figure it all out in due time
 

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About Lon's Elephant hunts w/Tokoloshe? I hear Lon is battling cancer? What is his long term prognosis? I am already booked to hunt Africa in 2024 2025. Might consider 2026 for another African hunt. I want to hunt a more wild open region devoid of civilization. Concern is the risk that I book f/2026 then find poor Lon has passed on? Does Lon have any assistance to carry on the business in his absence?
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Is your 22HP still available? If so have the original case?
tacklers wrote on ianevans's profile.
Hi Ian, I'm contemplating my first outing, leaving UK via Dubai to Africa, taking rifles as you did.

I presume it went okay for you, would you have done anything differently? Cheers, Richard East Sussex
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