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'African driven
wing shooting
at its finest'

Wing Shooting

Kilombero North Safaris invites you to experience the finest wing shooting in Tanzania.  Laying in the shadows of Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Meru our Enduimet area, in Masailand is home to a wide variety of upland birds right on the doorstep of our classic East African camp. This offers the discerning sportsman the rare opportunity to enjoy world class wing shooting in the luxury and style of a bygone era.


The diverse range of game bird species available makes for some challenging and exciting shooting. Set in some of Tanzania's most untouched and scenic locations, your safari experience is enhanced by first class guides, giving you the opportunity to experience the African wilderness on foot. From walked up shooting to small drives you will find the large numbers of birds and lots of opportunities to test your skills.


A typical day starts with an early morning Sandgrouse shoot at one of the numerous waterholes in the area, followed by a lavish bush breakfast. Mid mornings are spent walking up upland birds on the plains, where opportunities are plentiful and the abundance and variety of plains game to be viewed adds and extra dimension to your shoot, unrivaled anywhere in Africa. After a leisurely lunch in camp, late afternoons are usually spent hunting either enjoying more upland bird shooting or shooting driven Guinea Fowl.


Your shooting can also be tailored to combine, deep sea fishing and, or photographic safaris.

A Tanzanian wing shooting license allows each hunter to take the below birds per day, and our season runs all year, offering a variety of these species seasonally in our Masailand areas. 


Species Availability                          

10     Spurfowl     

25     Guinea Fowl     

10     Francolin

20     Quail

25     Sandgrouse

25     Dove

10     Pigeon

Strict measures are in place to control and monitor our wild bird population throughout the year. 


Our guides provide a consistent level of service on each of our shooting trips in every region, ensuring your comfort within the camps and lodges as well as professionalism in the field. We find that groups of four work best, with a maximum combination of 50 birds per day, per gun are given on licence.

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