Sikunga Conservancy is home to our base camp, where we also offer fishing excursions on the Zambezi river, to hunters that finish their hunt early, or want to book a couple of leisure days before or after their safari. This camp is on the banks of a side channel of the Zambezi River, which also forms the North-Eastern border of the concession, and the international border between Namibia and Zambia. This camp consists of brick and mortar bungalows with thatched roofs.
Approximately 60% of the area consists of the Zambezi floodplains or open grasslands, with clumps of tree "islands", while the other part consists of cluster leaved Terminalia woodland. Most of the villages in this communal conservancy are located along the road into the camp, with a few cattle stations in the Terminalia thicket. This does not hamper the elephant movement though. Best time to hunt this area is mid-July to end October. There is a small quota of plains game available in this area, and in the mentioned period above, plenty of elephants will also be encountered.