Hosted Trips & Safaris
All our hunting trips and safaris are privately hosted, and we only work with operators and lodges who we have known for many years and we consider friends.
These operator camps and lodges offer our guests the full attention of their own team of fully trained staff who are ready to cater for your every need.
Out in the wilds or the bush, you will have your own professional guide, and trackers, who are knowledgeable and experienced, and as passionate about sustainable use wildlife management as we are!
Our hosts and guides are an integral part of what we do; acting as a conduit between what the country is showing you, in terms of its wildlife and its people - which ultimately culminates in experiences and memories that will last forever!
The opportunity for these moments are sometimes hard to see; but under the guidance of someone who has a well-trained eye for them, seemingly small and insignificant occurrences can turn into some of the most memorable times of your life.
Sybarite Hosted Trips & Safari Itineraries
Many of our shooting trip and hunting safaris we personally host, as part of the service to enrich the experience.
A requested hosted trip or safari has several benefits that can ease any particular concerns one may have:
Medical or health issues
Itinerary deviations & complexities
Larger family / group size
Specific expertise & guidance
Business client trip assistance
Specific international firearms clearance
Whatever the situation or concern, please give us a call on... +44 (0) 20 7233 7798
Each year we take a number of hosted trips to the hunting and safari areas we regularly use, as well as leading trips to new hunting destinations and lodges.
We use these trips to re-familiar ourselves with existing areas, and to research new ones, we may not have visited before.
The hospitality and service is always excellent, as we, and the operator / lodge owners are always on hand. The itineraries are relatively flexible because we must ensure the required research and reconnaissance is accomplished. Time is often spent in new wildlife areas, looking at new camps and lodges, sampling menus and meeting staff, as well as documenting local community and conservation projects we might contribute towards, through a Sybarite Sporting hunting safari.