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Trophy hunting is conversation
This 63″ Mid Asian Ibex shot recently in Kyrgyzstan is possibly a new world record trophy for the species. The existence of a magnificent animal like this in our day and age is a solid indication of decades of cautious management of the population. So why is Kirghistan taking care of their game? Because it is worth a lot more to the country and local communities as a source of income from international hunters than as a simple source of poached meat….. and they still get the meat!
For more information about our hunting possibilities in Kyrgyzstan please click HERE!
New controversy about an Elephant hunt in Zimbabwe!
The press and the anti hunting comunity has found a new “Cecil” in a hunted Elephant in Zimbawe. Find here the answer of one of my partners who booked this hunt.
Some of you may know by now about this elephant bull that hit the world press and even made it onto CNN, some say that this bull is the biggest bull shot in Africa in the last 50 years, I can’t say for sure but I don’t remember any bigger bull being hunted in my life time. The international media has followed this story and attempted to turn this story into Cecil the elephant. Read More
Our hunting friend from Tasmania – Australia has taken this really beautiful Pronghorn Antelope in New Mexico! Congratulations Matt!!!
For more information about Pronhorn hunting please click HERE!
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The Pamir – The best Mid Asian Ibex and Marco Polo Argali hunting in Kygyzstan
Hunt the biggest Marco Polo Argali and Mid Asian Ibex in the World!
Kyrgyzstan is a famous destination for big game hunters seeking for the fabulous Marco Polo Argali and Mid-Asian Ibex. The typical Marco Polo Argali trophy runs between 49-50 inches with occasional 60 inches trophy taken. Also Mid-Asian Ibex is a great trophy; it is the largest Ibex in the world with horn length up to 60 inches. Read More
Valle D´Aosta & Piedmont – The best Chamois and Red Stag hunting in Italy
Luxury Big Game hunting in North Italy
Chamois are the most craved animals in Italy, not only for the size of the trophy but also for the kind of hunting it requires. We are proud to offer one of the most exclusive Chamois hunts in the Alps in the Valle d’Aosta near Monte Bianco, the highest European mountain. The Chamois hunting takes place in a private estate of 4000 hectares, bordering on Gran Paradiso National Park. The estate is one of the best areas in Italy for Chamois hunting. Read More
The famous Selous Game Reserve
Welcome to some of the best big five hunting in Tanzania
The Selous Game Reserve is situated in the southern part of Tanzania and named after Frederick Courtney Selous, a famous hunter and naturalist who was killed and buried there in the First World War. It is uninhabited and divided into some 46 hunting blocks, varying in size from 300 to 500 square miles. The size of each block has been determined from its topographical situation and game concentration. Read More
Cecil the lion at a national park in Zimbabwe.
By Douglas N. Sousa AUGUST 18, 2015
The thought that a game animal, in this case an African lion named Cecil, may have been killed unethically is an affront to all law-abiding sportspersons. As a hunter myself, I know this: Given the information we have about Walter Palmer’s activities in Zimbabwe, it seems he acted as a poacher, even if that’s not what he intended. Read More
North of Khaudum – one of the best Elephant hunting Areas in Namibia
Welcome to the best Elephant, Leopard and Plainsgame hunt in north Namibia
Welcome to the famous hunting area North of Khaudum, the best areas for Elephant hunting in North Namibia.
The Hunting Area North of Khaudum
On the northern border of Khaudum National Park lies the hunting area known as ‘North of Khaudum’, a communal conservancy where the local Villages benefit greatly from revenue and protein generated by trophy hunting. With the park to the south and Botswana to the east this 250 sq. mile (400 sq. km) hunting area is by no means huge. It is however in one of the prime transient areas for thick-tusked Elephant left in Africa. Leopard and Roan Antelope abound as well as Kudu, Oryx, Giraffe, Duiker, Warthog and Spotted Hyena. Read More