Mauritania – Warthogs

 In Mauritania

November – March

Mauritania has mainly a desert climate, while the South part, the one bordering with Senegal, has a more humid climate and the vegetation is more abundant. This areas is where the hunting camps are located.
The final flight destination for this hunt is Nouakchott. At their arrival, hunters will be met by the local staff, which will be taking care of custom formalities for rifle import. The trips continues by car from Nouakchott, using tarmac roads in good condition for approximately 200km, followed by dirt roads for another two hours approximately until arrival to camp.
The camps are formed by groups of three bungalows, double or single, for hunters, with connected bathroom, with shower and sanitaria.
Hunting is mainly through driven hunts, organized by the camp staff at the outskirts of marshes. Hunting can be done also by waiting at passage points, or by covering large areas with car to locate warthog, and, once located, stalking on foot.


Three and a half hunting days, four days stay
Including 5 warthogs
$ 3.600
Five and a half hunting days, six days stay
Including seven warthog and the possibility to combine bird hunts
$ 4.600
Observer, daily $ 200
Additional warthog $ 350

Rates include

Hunting permits and rifle import permits (in case the hunter wants to carry a second rifle € 150 are due for import documentation), transport, login and full board during the stay (except dinner on the last day and, in case the hunters have to spend the night in Nouakchott, hotel charges will be at their expense).

Rates don't include

Air fares, visas € 70, daily rifle/shogun rent € 35, box of 25 shotgun shells € 11 per box, rifle bullets € 3 each, tips, drinks and personal extras. Rifle import permit € 150.

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