Hunting in rainforest requires the Bakas Pygmies skills for tracking. Hunter-gatherers from the outset, the forest holds no secret for them.
Everything is stealthy, within a so thick biotope that sometimes animals are to be heard but not seen. This is the major difference between rainforest and savannah.
Our hunting methodology consists in browsing the dirt roads opened by forestry companies and maintained by us.
We spot animal footprints, evaluate them and follow them when deemed appropriate.
Bongo – Forest Elephant – Sitatunga – Dwarf Buffalo – Yellow-Backed Duiker
B & C CLASS:
Blue Duiker – Black-Striped Duiker – Peter’s Duiker – Bates’s Pygmy Antelope
Giant Forest Hog – Red River Hog
Surrounded by a vast virgin forest, the camp offers all the necessary comfort.
A taxidermy unit enables preliminary treatment of animal skins and trophies.
FARO SAFARIS offers locally sourced fine and French cuisine including local specialties and drinks at will (only Champagne, and wines out of meals will be charged).
The wooden chalets blend harmoniously with the natural setting.
Bedrooms are furnished with double beds under large mosquito nets, good ventilation, and private bathrooms.
Power generator, freezers and refrigerators and daily laundry service are included.
April – May – June – July
Approaching wild animals, it is necessary to wait for the rainy season in order to progress in the forest without much wind and making too much noise.
Two rifled barrel firearms below gauge 9mm (300W or 8X68S like) for medium licence, one above gauge 9mm (375HH or 416 like) for big game licence and a smooth-bore rifle are authorized by national legislation.