• Camp at Makambe
  • Chunya camp
  • Tented camps
  • Sleeping area in tented camps
  • Wine table
McCallum Safaris was built on traditional hunting practices and our team of professional hunters is well known for maintaining the highest ethical standards.

Contact Details

Tanzania Office
McCallum Safaris
P.O. Box 13226 Arusha, Tanzania
Tel: +255 736 500568
Cell: +255 789 531 189
Email: safaris@dmstz.com


Our private and exclusive hunting camps are designed for comfort and coolness in traditional style with spacious insect proof tents and a large dining area. The tents contain many of the luxuries of home - comfortable beds with crisp linen, solar powered electricity and an attached bathroom with hot and cold showers. A well trained camp crew consists of cooks, waiters and tent attendants who care for your every need – they bring hot water for your showers and early morning tea to your tent, wash and iron your clothes every day and welcome you back to camp each evening with ice cold drinks.

Excellent meals in camp are carefully prepared by our cooks who cater, whenever possible, to special dietary requirements. A well stocked bar provides a good selection of locally available wines and spirits. Traditionally inspired rituals such as sundowners and after dinner drinks around the campfire, in the company of your professional hunter, offers you the perfect opportunity to recap the day’s adventures and make plans for the next day.

Our camp locations are dictated by permanent water sources, but with four contiguous concessions covering over seven million acres, hunters are offered the opportunity to take a fly camp out and either concentrate on a specific trophy or explore sections of the block that are largely untouched. Such excursions offer visiting hunters the taste of an authentic African hunting adventure.

Our fly camp equipment is designed for comfort and practicality; you will typically dine under the stars and the sleeping tents are light and quick to assemble. Shower and loo facilities are provided and the camp is lit by portable solar lights.