By Barbara Crown Editor
I have just received the first report on a hunt in Tanzania
, with Euroafro Group. You'll recall I reported last December (Article 2991
) that Zahir Mulla, formerly of the now-defunct Usangu Safaris, had remerged in the safari industry with a new company named Euroafro Group and had secured two concessions that had been leftover in the allocation process. This means either no one qualified to get the areas or no one applied for them. Those areas were Kimisi Game Reserve in western Tanzania and Liparamba Game Reserve in the far south. At the time, Mulla told me Kimisi, which borders Rwanda in the west and Burigi Game Reserve in the east, held a number of species, including buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard, eland, sitatunga, roan, topi, crocodile, hippo and zebra. So, how does Mulla's report jibe with the first hunter report I received on a safari there.....