Mozambique is one of the last countries where nature is left untouched and magnificently wild. Our concession in Mozambique covers 2 000 square kilometers (780 square miles) of some of the most diverse habitat and animal species found in the whole of Africa.
Coutada 11 is part of the Marromeu Complex and borders the mighty Zambezi River in the North. Coutada 11 consists of four distinctive types of habitat namely; sand forests, swamps, floodplains and tropical savannah. Buffalo roam the open flood plains and swamps in herds of several thousand. A recent buffalo count estimated the Buffalo in Marromeu Complex to be around 24 000 strong. Sable, in herds often nearing 100 animals, are also seen on a regular basis.
Thanks to the great work done by Zambeze Delta Safari’s Anti-Poaching Units, there are 22 huntable game species in great numbers. This offers the passionate bowhunter an adventure of a lifetime.
This concession has 3 main camps. Two are permanent camps, the first being the original camp Mungari. Mungari is a tented camp styled in the typical East African fashion with bathrooms en-suite. There are 10 tents accommodating 2 clients each. The camp is set in the lush tropical sand forests and also have an abundance of bird life.
The second camp Ngazi was originally used by Portuguese hunters in the late 60s. This camp has 4 rooms with bathrooms en-suite. The third camp is Mungai and is situated close to the islands and swamps. A stay at this camp offers one easy access to the Buffalo in the swamps. There are 2 East African styled tents, both with en-suite bathrooms.
Bowhunting is done by sitting in a well situated elevated blind over natural watering holes and by the spot and stalk method. Thus, a hunter can have the best of both worlds and a really great chance of hunting some of the toughest species with bow and arrow.
Our guests fly into Beira International Airport, followed by a short charter after which you land in one of the most pristine bowhunting concessions in Africa.