Cameroon – Forest Safari

 In Cameroon

April – July

The virgin forest of Cameroon is one of the most difficult hunting territories in Africa. The vegetation is practically impenetrable, the temperature goes over 30°C with 100% humidity and frequent rain. A very good physical condition is required for this hunt and there is the risk of feeling sensations of discomfort and claustrophobia. Walking is difficult while following animal tracks after the Pygmy trackers.


16 hunting days, bongo and Sitatunga safari, per hunter $ 45.500
16 hunting days, bongo or Sitatunga safari, per hunter $ 42.000
Big license $ 1.600
Small license $ 650
Observer, daily $ 350

Trophy Fees in US$

Elephant 6.250 Giant Forest Hog 1.250 Gabon Duiker 350
Bongo 3.750 Bush Pig 650 Blue Duiker 350
Dwarf Buffalo 1.900 Peter Duiker 350 Ogliby’s Duiker 350
Forest Sitatunga 3.100 Bay Duiker 350
Black-fronted Duiker 350
Bate’s Pygmy Antelope 350

* 10% should be added on the trophy fees of conservation and development tax.

Big license: Allows for two species from group A and four species from groups B and C.
Small license: Allows for all the species from group C.

• The same license cannot be taken twice for the same area and the license is not valid twice for the same species

Rates include

Assistance at the airport of arrival, assistance of a professional hunter, trackers and carriers, lodging in the hunting camp with full board, services of the camp staff, laundry service, first preparation of the trophies, unlimited use of 4×4 during the safari

Rates don't include

Air fares to the nearest airport, Australian hunting license 140 $, preparation of the trophies (100 $head trophy, 200 $with skin), exportation of trophies, tips and gratuities. Charter flight for Marble Island.

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