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Kyrgyzstan Hunts

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 8 - 14 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 2 people
Destination: Kyrgyzstan  
Category: Hunting outfitters
Specialty: Goat, Sheep  
Season: August - November
Min Price: 6500 US Dollar (USD) per person
Max Price: 22500 US Dollar (USD) per person

Kyrgyzstan is a small country at the slants of the Pamir, in the mountainous chain of the Tjan San. There two kinds of Argali can be met, the Marco Polo - considered the biggest Argali in the world and the Tjan San Argali, a subspecies of which recently the biggest specimens have been shot. In the high mountains, there lives a large ibex population, considered the world's largest. The last year’s world record came from Kirghizia. This hunt, as all the hunts in the high mountains, is very binding and asks for a good physical preparation. The number of animals is very elevated, and the hunt develops by approaching by horse up to the level where these animals can arrive, which is always below the area of real hunting.

The accommodation is in the hunting lodges or in the cabins of the shepherds in the high mountains, while for the sheep of Mark Polo in the camps of yurt, since in the high ground inhabited by these animals, constructions don't exist. From the airport of Bishkek, where our representative will meet you to help you with the custom procedure, you will be brought to the hunting area with a 4WD car, and from the base camp you will continue on horseback and afoot, hunting your trophies.


MARCO POLO: 14/10 hunting days September – November, March - $ 21.900

IBEX: 8/5 hunting days, August – November, February - April - $ 4.900

Rates Include:

Transports in Kyrghizstan by 4WD car or by horses, full board in the camp, hunt organization with assistance of the local guides, first preparation of the trophies, guide-interpreter (English language).

Rates Don’t Include:

Air fares, entry visa, gun import permits, CITES certificate, veterinarian certificate, hotels before and after the hunt, tips, drinks and gratuities.
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