Hunting in Uganda
Uganda is enriched with an extraordinary variety of special game species, and can thus offer an unforgettable and very satisfying hunting experience.
Uganda is not malaria free and guests requires yellow fever vaccination certificates.
As of 2022, Muller Hunting & Safari offers 3 different concessions in country. View a brief summary of the camps below. For more information contact us
Our Uganda Concessions...
Although many commercial farmers have settled in this prime hunting ground, one can still find Nile Buffalo, Uganda Kob, Hartebeest and Waterbuck. Additional hunting species include oribi, warthog and sitatunga.
The Karamoja region is the stomping grounds of the Scottish adventurer and big game hunter – Karamoja Bell and it still houses many species found nowhere else in Uganda which includes the Greater and Lesser Kudu, Brights Gazelle, Cheetah, Elephant and Rothschild’s giraffe.
Kafu River Basin
Prime hunting ground for the East African Sitatunga, East African Bush Duiker, East African Bohor Reedbuck, Nile Bushbuck, Ugandan Defassa Waterbuck, Leopard, Common Oribi and Bush Pig.
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Game hunted in Uganda
The Cape buffalo is the largest one, found in Southern and East Africa
Nile Buffalo are slightly smaller and browner in colour than regular Cape Buffalo
The olive baboon is a large monkey species, measuring up to three feet long, that generally moves around on all four legs
The Uganda kob is a medium-sized antelope with a medium brown coat, medium length horns and large ears
The impala or rooibok is a medium-sized antelope found in eastern and southern Africa
Oribis are small delicate antelopes found in Africa. They have a slightly raised back, and long neck and limbs
Armed with heavily ridged lyre-shaped horns 40–69 cm (16–27 inches) long, males stand out in a crowd of hornless females; they also have darker coats
These antelopes are large, robust animals; bulls are generally about 25 percent larger than the cows
East African Bushpig
Bushpigs are nocturnal and can be very dangerous, as they use their sharp tusks when threatened
The Burchell's Zebra is the most common across the African continent
East African Bush Duiker
Smaller than the South African bush Duiker and the horns are also smaller.
A large antelope with an elongated forehead, up-sloping body, long legs, short neck and points ears.
East African Bushbuck
The smallest of the spiral-horned antelopes, the bushbuck is the most widely distributed ungulate on the African continent
Nile Bushbuck are found in parts of central and east Africa. They are always found near water and favour thick bush, mountainous terrain and riverine areas
They are medium-sized antelopes with a striking reddish-brown to purplish-red coat. Distinct black patches appear on their face
East Bohor Reedbuck
Bohor reedbuck are typically found in floodplain and woodland habitats, with a preference for areas of tall grass near permanent water.
East African Sitatunga
East African Sitatunga, a swamp dwelling-antelope and closely related to the Kudu, Nyala and Bushbuck
Guenther's dik-diks are small, slender animals with long necks and small heads
Chandler's Mountain Reedbuck are found in small family herds grazing on grassy ridges in broken country
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