A one of a kind experience for the African Continent, Hunting Area comprises of various islands on the famous Lake Kariba. This offers adventure hunters a good opportunity to spot and stalk bowhunt a good variety of African plains game in a unique environment.
Lake Kariba, a man made dam on the course of the mighty Zambezi river was at one stage the largest lake in the world and now serves as the boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
In our area on the west end(upstream) of the lake a series of islands remain as wildlife strongholds where the populations on the mainland have been decimated by illegal poaching.
These Islands posses a contrasting biome of dense mopane woodlands adjacent to boulder and grass strewn shorelines which in turn make for a prime environment for spot and stalk bowhunting.
As is the case with most of Africa this area holds a good variety of plains game that are all a great challenge to get within bow range of, thus depending on which species is being targeted hunters and guides will use a boat to navigate the waterways surrounding the island in order to get into the right terrain in an attempt to locate a suitable animal to make a stalk on. African animals are extremely wary which means everything needs to be right for a stalk to result in a shot - we believe the work and failed stalks all make success that much better in the end. Special to this area is the Rare Crayshaws Defassa Waterbuck that is Endemic To Zambia as well an impressive number of Chobe Bushbuck.