The Moose hunt, the largest Cervidae in the world, with a spectacular trophy, is considered one of the most beautiful hunts that can be done in Russia. In Kamchatka the hunt is done with horses or walking and stalking during September and October in the roaring season when the moose are very active, starting off from the base camp (tents or small shelters of the professional hunters) searching for Moose for one or two days and regularly checking the open areas in the woods where they regularly come to graze. There is also the possibility to hunt Kamchatka Snow sheep in the surrounding mountains.
10/8 hunting days, September, including 1 bear or mouse
trophy feeMinimum 4 hunters, each - € 9.900
Second bear trophy fee - € 5.000
Moose trophy fee - € 4.000
Kamchatka snow sheep trophy fee - € 7.000
Assistance at the airport in the arrival/departure in Petropavlovsk Kamchatskij, ground transfer to the heliport closest to the hunting area, helicopter transfer up to the base camp and back, services of game-scouts and professional guides in the hunting area, camp organization, shooting fee for the 1st bear, use of horses if necessary, first treatment of the trophy, government fees for the organization of the hunt.
Rates Don’t Include:
International and national air fares, eventual additional helicopter flights, (app. 2.000 € per hour, subject to change), luggage overweight, hotels before and after the hunt, visa, weapon import permits, veterinary certificate, CITES, trophy transport, tips, drinks and gratuities