Sobbe conservancy consists mostly of mopane woodlands, with a belt of Camel thorn and cluster leaved Terminalia running through it. It is a dry area, and thus should be hunted in the wetter months for elephant and buffalo. Accommodation is in a recently revamped camp, consisting of bungalows with canvas and reed walls and thatched roofs.
As it is a communal conservancy, there are villages in the Northern part of the concession, but none in the core hunting area. Best times to hunt elephant in this area are February to early July and the last 2 weeks of November, and best times for buffalo are February to May and end November again, with plains game and leopard best hunted May to November. This area has a very healthy Roan population.