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Masailand

Our Masailand hunting areas Lake Natron and Enduiment are situated in the magnificent Rift Valley close to the Kenya border and offer the unique experience to hunt at the foot of two of Africa’s most iconic mountains, Mt Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru. This is also where the well known 1962 movie Hatari was filmed!

Camps are situated within a comfortable driving distance from Kilimanjaro International airport. Habitat varies tremendously from open plains and arid woodland to acacia brush country and mountain forests. The beautiful scenery, abundance of game and magnificent birdlife also make Lake Natron and Enduimet the perfect location for hunters and non-hunting guests looking for an exclusive photographic experience away from the crowds of the nearby national parks.

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Kilombero North Safaris is the only company in Tanzania that can offer all the Masailand species in one area. This includes, but is not limited to; Robert's Gazelle, Coke’s Hartebeest, Chandler’s Mountain Reedbuck, Eastern and Western White-bearded Wildebeest.

 

Enduimet is at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro with magnificent views both it and Mount Meru. We also offer excellent Wing Shooting in this area.

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Masailand Species

Gerenuk

Leopard

Lesser Kudu

Fringe-eared Oryx

Serval

Wildcat

Civet

Genet

Honey Badger

Olive Baboon

Striped Hyena

Spotted Hyena

Patterson’s Eland

Greater Kudu

Coke’s Hartebeest

Klipspringer

Ostrich

Mountain Reedbuck

Steenbuck

Burchell’s Zebra

Porcupine

Suni

Olive Baboon

Buffalo

Bush-pig

Masai Bushbuck

Dik Dik

Common Duiker

Red Duiker

Grant’s Gazelle

Thompson’s Gazelle

Robert's Gazelle

East-African Impala

Black-backed Jackal

Golden Jackal

Side-striped Jackal

Silver-backed Jackal

White-bearded Wildebeest

Climate

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There are two rainy seasons —

 

the heaviest rains (called masika) usually fall from mid-March to May

 

a shorter period of rain (called vuli) occurs from November to mid-January

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