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Mozambique Cape Buffalo Safari

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Join Kelly McMillan and renowned outdoor writer Craig Boddington for an unforgettable African safari. The one-on-one guided hunt in the Zambezi Delta in Mozambique will provide exciting experiences and memories to last a lifetime.

DATES: October 10-21, 2012 (10 full days of hunting)

WHERE: The camp is located in the Zambezi Delta in Mozambique.

ACCOMMODATIONS:
Accommodations include traditional safari tented camps with en-suite bathrooms and hot and cold running water. A comfortable safari lodge is also available.

COST:
The cost is $13,350 per person and includes all fees listed below. Non-hunting observers may join the safari for $4,000 per person (price includes 17% VAT).

Click here for more information on the Cape Buffalo Safari.

 

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