The cost of your safari excludes the packaging, dipping and export of your trophies from Mozambique to your country of origin.
Please Note: All prices are quotes in USD $ and are set per season.
Export Fees - From Camp to Maputo, Mozambique
A basic fee of $350 per hunter will be levied to cover the local Veterinary and Agricultural transport permit, and inspection. This includes the cost of a monthly charter bringing inspectors to camp. In addition to this, the fees below will be levied. These fees cover Agriculture and Tourism Tax paid per trophy and the transport of your trophies to Maputo, a 32 hour round trip.
For the latest shipping rates please see Current Rates For Mozambique.Please note: These fees ONLY cover export from the hunting concession to Maputo, Mozambique.
Export Fees - From Maputo, Mozambique to Country of Origin
Once the trophies have arrived in Maputo you have 2 options.
Should you wish to have your trophies shipped directly from Maputo to your taxidermist of choice, then Mochaba Developments will handle the dipping, crating, shipping and paperwork on your behalf from Maputo. Mochaba will contact you once the trophies reach Maputo. All costs Ex Maputo, as well as crating - will be for the clients account.
All costs incurred from Mochaba will be paid directly to Mochaba Developments.
If you will be taking the above option, then be sure to submit your FULL Shipping Instructions at the completion of your safari. It allows Mochaba to apply for the permits directly after your safari has been completed. In doing so not delaying the process.
If you would like for Splitting Image Taxidermy to mount your trophies in South Africa; they will collect them from Maputo and import them into South Africa for mounting.
On completion of mounting, your trophies will be shipped directly to you.
All costs incurred from Maputo, Mozambique to Splitting Image Taxidermy in South Africa will be for the clients account.
Please note: If you would prefer utilizing any other shipping options, please feel free to do so at your own risk.
ALTHOUGH UNLIKELY, ALL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
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What People Are Saying
"My two sons and I had the best trip ever! My boys have thanked me numerous times for the trip of a life time. They are begging for round two. I also enjoyed the trip and loved seeing the joy on my boys’ faces! The staff, food, lodges and professional hunter were second to none. We felt like royalty! Thank you John X Safaris for the outstanding memories!"~ Brian Lind '14 from
This was my fourth trip to Africa and this safari was incomparable in every way. Greg and Bless are true professionals. They are passionate and perfectionist about what they do. They want you to shoot a fine animal as much as you want to. Many thanks to the entire staff.
Best to all and stay well.
"Had a Great Time! Hope to return soon"~ Tom Lincoln '14 from
"I wanted to express my deep appreciation to you and your staff for making my first African Safari a HUGE success! Your staff, the accommodations, food and hunts were first class! My PH, Louwrens Lombard, was fantastic and I enjoyed our time together. His experience and skill allowed me to take the trophies I desired. This was my first trip to South Africa, it will not be my last and I will one day soon visit old friends at John X again."~ Jay Pippin '14 from
"The hunting was superb and the trophies excellent. Greg and Bless are the best team I have hunted with in Africa. The food and accommodation at Oude Kraal and Lalibela were brilliant, thanks to Lauren and Charmaine, and Pam and I loved our 10 days in the Cape Province."~ Max King '14 from
"This was an amazing experience, far from what I expected. The staff was great and the food was excellent. Our PH Ty showed us a great time on our adventures in the bush, they were exciting and unbelievable, we cant wait for our next safari!"~ Casey Fairchild '14 from