Pease take a minute to be introduced to PANTHER TRACKERS authentic leopard hunting safari.

Having hunted most of the traditional Southern African leopard safari countries for the past two decades, we can say without reservation that across all the criteria, what we offer is the most epic leopard hunting adventure.

Situated on the East coast of Southern Africa – Mozambique is a wonderful destination for a true Old Africa adventure. Incorporating both the Capoche and Chipera concessions, the TETENSE safari area is completely unfenced and game coexists with subsistence living villagers all sharing an expansive 500 000 acre section of African wilderness. The TETENSE safari block is positioned within the Tchuma Tchato community area.

TCHUMA TCHATO is one of the first community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) programmes established in Mozambique. It started in 1994 in a remote area of about 200 000 ha on the Southern side of the Zambezi River in Tete Province, close to the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia. It now incorporates almost the entire surrounds of Lake Cahorra Bassa – a total area of several hundreds of thousands of hectares.

The TCHUMA TCHATO hunting model directly supports conservation by placing a value on wildlife that would ordinarily by viewed merely as a protein source or black-market commodity.


Two established camps are strategically positioned to access the majority of the hunt territory.
Leopard camp (Capoche) is centrally based in prime leopard habitat, while the Lake camp (Chipera) is located right on the North shore of lake Cahorra Bassa – a Tiger fishing MECCA!

Lake Camp -15.498642, 32.351796

Leopard Camp -15.144184, 32.707442

Expertise in leopard hunting is a developed skillset attained through diverse exposure to leopard ecology in varied habitats. Learning to think like a big cat is a combination of cumulative tracking plus methodology success and failure. When this is bound with a dogged passion for hunting these elusive felines, the result is a professional determined to achieve the maximum competence.

Two standard methods of hunting the leopard include Bait & Blind and Scent Hounds. Each have their benefits and we utilize the method most suited to the Sport Hunters’ requirements, aspirations and abilities.

When hunting with PANTHER TRACKERS there is ONE set rate – no additional Houndsman charges.

Hunting leopard over bait attracts the hunter who enjoys the tactics of ambush and attack. This style is most effective when coupled with our seasoned knowledge of leopard activity concentrations and local habitat preference. The Granite rock dominated environment provides ample Bait & Blind options for the tactical hunter. We combine patience, experience and resolute confidence in setting the stage for the travelling hunter to claim an aged male rosetted cat in the 14-day hunt.

Hunting leopard over hounds is a proactive form of pursuing these elusive cats, and a sound conservation option as we are able to execute specific harvest selection. Our preferred method of hunting, this traditional style involves intense tracking and an in-depth knowledge of leopard ecology. We immerse ourselves in the world of the leopard, trusting our interpretation of leopard behaviour, incorporating the skill of our canine team, with sights set on harvesting the most aged male big cat in the 14-day hunting period.

We actively focus on punching the Leopard tag, thereafter, filling the remaining Safari days with hunting Crocodile, Lion, Elephant and a variety of plains game. There are no extra charges bar the trophy fee – Tiger fishing included!

A 14 day Leopard hunting adventure will cost

$ 23 950

all inclusive.


14 days: USA $1000/day
1 CITES export Trophy: USA $9000
Hunting license: USA $350
Return road transfer TETE International airport: USA $600