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Bird Estate ReserveZambia Zambia
 Safari tent
Safari tent

Category: Hunting Estates/Lodges   

Code: ZAMBIASAFARICAMP

Location: Livingstone, Zambia
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Price: USD3,700,000

Bird Estate Reserve is a unique destination, located in the Southern Zambian, on the Zambezi Plateau just over 30kms east of Kalomo town.

The area is on 12,000 acres of pristine Miombo woodlands, forests and thickets. Developed over 10 years ago this area now boasts over 160 head of Sable Antelope and other species including Roan Antelope, Kafue Lechwe, Livingstone Eland, Lichtenstein Hartebeest, Southern Impala, Common Duiker, Bushpig, Greater Kudu, Zebra and Nyala

This is a traditional Zambia style hunting camp giving that true hunting feel. Game can be viewed from the camp. The main camp is located on the banks of the Sable Dam, guests are accommodated in separate, luxury tented chalets with en-suite bathrooms. Each of the three tented chalets is decorated in a traditional style, with comfortable bedding and solar lighting.

The hunting style dining area is overlooking the water where you can dine whilst watching wildlife quenching their thirst. It is an open plan design, under a thatched roof with bar and relaxation area. The fireplace is at the front edge under the African sky.

On the property the owners breed top quality “clean” Cape buffalo, western Zambian sable, roan antelope, nyala, and other exotic game species. There is 8 x sable breeding camps of 20 h/t and open areas fully stocked with game for hunting safaris and tented safari camp, 250 bonsmara cattle and a 4 h/t citrus orchard 1500 trees.

A large dam and one of the best river in the southern province on the one boundary bushveld consists of pristine Miombo woodlands, forests and thickets. There are 2 x 3 bedroom houses, feed sheds workshop and store rooms. 8 h/t centre pivot. This property is being sold with all wildlife and cattle and equipment as listed.

Bird Estate Reserve is just over an hours' drive (140 kms) from Livingstone just east of Kalomo town. Following the great north tar road from Livingstone towards Lusaka, turning off 20 kms past Kalomo town onto a dirt road driving and heading South to the reserve situated on the Zambezi Plateau.

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 Safari tents
Safari tents
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Wildlife
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Relaxation time
 
 Wildlife
Wildlife
 Safari tent at dusk
Safari tent at dusk
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Main dining area
 
 River at sunset
River at sunset
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Camp
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