The Kings Zone

This is a new 115,000 acre hunting area that is the personal hunting concession of the King of Cameroun.  It is in the north.  It has never been commercially hunted. Roan, sing-sing waterbuck, western kob, warthog, bhor reedbuck, Cameroun bushbuck and duikers are common.  Red river hogs ply the many river ways.  We have found some eland and buffalo but they are not prevalent.  Elephants migrate into the zone in May.  You stay in the most comfortable camp we operate next to a nice river with good fishing.  Both tiger fish and the Nile perch can be caught right out the front door.  There is a regular kitchen with dining room to eat at.  Solar power provides light and necessities.  Beds are supplied with mosquito nets.  This is generally a hot hunt, conducted between January and May.  You go out daily from camp in a vehicle and return at dark after following tracks or sitting in some of the blinds overlooking salt licks.  Spike camps will get you further into the bush. You will have an audience with the king, if he is in court, should you wish.  He speaks good English. This is a good hunt to combine with the Zone Banal hunt to give you a wide selection of Cameroun animals.

The following is a representation of trophies taken what is known as The Kings Zone of Cameroun.  There are a number of different ecosystems available for your adventure.  The King's zone as the best accommodations, with individual bungalows and solar electricity as well as a real refrigerator!!  Good fishing is right out the front door.

Lamido
Western Kob and...
Toyota Hilux 4x...
Savannah Elepha...
Prince of Rey-B...
King's Zone lak...
Dancing Woman
Sweeping Camp
Flooded River T...
Sand for Buildi...
Western Roan
Western kob
King's Zone Din...
King's Zone bun...
King's Zone Gue...
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