Hunting trips in Europe
- Hunting in Austria
- Hunting in Belarus
- Hunting in Croatia
- Hunting in Czech Republic
- Hunting in Estonia
- Hunting in Finland
- Hunting in France
- Hunting in Germany
- Hunting in Greece
- Hunting in Hungary
- Hunting in Ireland
- Hunting in Italy
- Hunting in Latvia
- Hunting in Lithuania
- Hunting in Macedonia
- Hunting in Montenegro
- Hunting in Poland
- Hunting in Portugal
- Hunting in Romania
- Hunting in Russia
- Hunting in Serbia
- Hunting in Slovakia
- Hunting in Spain
- Hunting in Sweden
- Hunting in Turkey
- Hunting in Ukraine
- Hunting in United Kingdom
- Hunting in England
- Hunting in Scotland
Hunting trips in Bulgaria
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Austria
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Belarus
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Croatia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Czech Republic
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Estonia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Finland
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from France
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Germany
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Greece
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Hungary
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Ireland
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Italy
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Latvia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Lithuania
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Macedonia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Montenegro
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Poland
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Portugal
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Romania
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Russia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Serbia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Slovakia
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Spain
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Sweden
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Turkey
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Ukraine
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from United Kingdom
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from England
- Hunting trips in Bulgaria - България: We'd like to welcome hunters from Scotland
About hunting in Austria
Few cities in the world glide so effortlessly between the present and the past like Vienna. Its splendid historical face is easily recognized: grand imperial palaces and bombastic baroque interiors, museums flanking magnificent squares and, above all, the Hofburg - where the Habsburg rulers lived, loved and married into empires.
For our mountain hunts in the western Austrian Alps, Vienna is usually the starting location for every hunt.
Enjoy traditional stalking in the mountains while surrounded by roaring stags, climbing a peak to chase the majestic chamois, or participating in a classic driven hunt to test your shooting skills.
Unforgettable experience for your family
Austria offers plenty of opportunities to combine hunting with a family trip. You and your family can enjoy visits to various world-renowned destinations such as Vienna, the capital, or Salzburg, the city of Mozart. There are many options for cultural experiences for a non-hunting companion and for tours before and after a hunt. The small towns throughout the Alps are also very inviting and welcome tourists from around the world.
Unique game species
Austria is well known for its exemplary management of its game animals, including red deer, fallow deer, sika deer, roe deer, chamois, mouflon, Alpine ibex, marmot, and wild boar. There are also healthy populations of black cock and capercaillie.
About hunting in Belarus
Why hunting in Belarus is famous and so popular? The answer is simple: Belarus is well-known for its pure nature and great variety of species. Hunting trips to Belarus can combine both hunting which requires activity and leisure time. Belarus is known for its pristine wilderness, forests and marshes. This country always attracted hunters from all over the world. Hunting in Belarus is affordable for hunters of all classes, but low-price doesn’t mean low quality and less pleasure. You can choose a trip that will satisfy you fully and we’re ready to help you. Hunting in Belarus gives you opportunity to hunt on such animals as: aurochs, elks, red deer, roe, boar wolf, fox, beaver, hare, marten, otter, muskrat. Among birds it’s possible to hunt on capercaillie, blackcock, grouse, partridge, snipe, woodcock. As you can see, variety of possibilities for hunting in Belarus is great, everyone can find a trip according to interest. In Belarus you have a chance to hunt according to centuries-old traditions. Unique nature of Belarus scopes, variety of animals and experienced guides will make you tour to Belarus unforgettable experience! Game will remind you of great time, so don’t miss an opportunity!
About hunting in Bulgaria
Wide Variety of Game Animals
A mix of rugged mountain ranges and broad plains provides ideal habitat for red deer, roe deer, fallow deer, chamois, mouflon, wild boar, wolves, and lynx.
Unspoiled Natural Landscapes
Most of Bulgaria’s more remote regions remain undeveloped and undiscovered by tourists, leaving plenty of room for abundant game populations and providing a true wilderness hunting experience.
Cultural and Touring Opportunities
Bulgaria is famous for its beautiful Black Sea beaches, fine wines, monasteries, and historic and cultural sites including Plovdiv, Europe’s oldest continually inhabited city, that are well worth exploring before or after your hunt.
About hunting in Czech Republic
/Prague never lets you go/, said Franz Kafka, /this dear little mother has claws/. But those who tear themselves away from the capital like the hunter’s won’t be sorry. The honey-coloured spa towns in the Sudeten Mountains, Bohemia’s Renaissance breweries and hilltop ruins, and the tumbling vineyards and underground bars of Moravia are well worth exploring.
The landscape of the Czech countryside with old forests and lovely cultivated agriculture and man-made fish ponds are unique in the /old world/.
Good populations of roe deer, red deer, fallow deer, and wild boar, and exceptionally large mouflon.
Scientific game management and careful stewardship have kept the game populations healthy and thriving and the Czech Republic is the go-to destination for large mouflon in Europe.
Experience the rich, historic hunting traditions of central Europe
With an abundance of castles and chateaux, many of them filled with magnificent hunting tapestries and stag trophies, the past is always close at hand in the Czech Republic.
The city of Prague is a wonderful pre- or post-hunt destination
With its medieval Gothic architecture, vibrant urban center, and of course, Pilsner beer, Prague is well worth spending a few extra days after your hunt to explore.
About hunting in Croatia and Serbia
Croatia doesn’t feel like a place that has been thoroughly worked over by the tourist industry. Though development continues apace along the more commercialized stretches of the coast, Croatian tourism has spun off in a number of positive directions.
From dramatic mountainous landscapes and dreamy deep-blue seascapes to thick wild forests and wide open fields Croatia & Serbia offer a variety of different vegetations to explore for the traveling hunter.
Outstanding Deer and Bird Hunting
Serbia is an affordable destination for high-quality roebuck and bird hunting; it may be one of Europe’s best-kept hunting secrets.
Scenery, History, and Culture
With a fascinating history, beautiful landscapes and an abundance of museums and wineries, Serbia is a great place to tour before or after your hunt.
Friendly, Welcoming People
Serbs tend to be laid-back and known for their excellent hospitality and enjoyment of life.
About hunting in Estonia
Affordable Hunting Destination
Estonia is a great value for hunters, offering outstanding hunting experiences priced affordably.
Variety of Game Animals
Moose and lynx are plentiful, as well as red deer, roe deer, and bears.
Beautiful and Friendly
Estonia is a scenic country with friendly, welcoming people who value their wildlife and enjoy hosting visiting hunters.
About hunting in France
Rich Variety of Game
A wide range of huntable game is available, including red, roe, and fallow deer, mouflon, wild boar, Pyrenean and alpine chamois, and world-class bird shooting.
Two-Thousand-Year-Old Hunting Culture
Once the province only of the aristocracy, France’s rich hunting heritage can now be enjoyed by hunters from around the world.
Perfect Post-Hunt Family Vacation
Combine high-quality hunting with a sampling of French food, wine, and culture.
About hunting in Hungary
Hungary, situated in the Carpathian Basin and bordered by Austria is a popular tourist desination in Central Europe. With its capital Budapest the country is full of rich cultural heritage.
Its characteristic steaming hot, outdoor spas and impressive landscape divided by the Danube with several national parks and well managed hunting areas makes Hungary a perfect destination for hunters and their non-hunting companions.
Hungary has a centuries-old hunting tradition, and the time-honored traditions of the hunt are still a tangible and important part of the modern-day hunting experience.
Variety of game species
The countryside has excellent habitat for a variety of game species. Combined with the pleasant climate, this makes the country a paradise for hunters.
Hungary prides itself on the high quality of its game management, and the large number of exceptional trophy animals taken every year is proof of the success and sustainability of its management program.
About hunting in Ireland
The Emerald Isle’s mountains, lakes, and stunning Atlantic seashores offer a beautiful setting in which to pursue red deer, sika deer, fallow deer, and several varieties of feral sheep and goats in acres of wild and windswept countryside. Ireland has one of the densest populations of sika deer in Europe, and stalking these elusive animals in the ancient forests and green hills of the Irish countryside makes for a true challenge. Bird hunting in Ireland is outstanding, with some twenty species of game birds including excellent high-volume shooting for wood pigeons. The Irish are well known for their excellent hospitality and welcome visiting hunters. Opportunities for post-hunt sightseeing, hiking, and touring abound.
About hunting in Italy
Bird Hunting in Beautiful Countryside
Bird hunting for abundant partridge, pheasant, and quail is very popular in Italy with resident hunters and visitors alike.
Exciting Driven Boar Hunts
Italy is home to healthy populations of wild boars and driven shoots are popular and highly successful.
Outstanding Vacation Destination
Whether you decide to go wine-tasting in Tuscany or pay a visit to the Roman ruins after your hunt, you'll discover why Italy is one of the world's finest tourist destinations.
About hunting in Latvia
Latvia, located in northern Europe along the coast of Baltic Sea on the western border of Russia, is one of three countries known collectively as the Baltic States. Most of the country consists of a mosaic of vast forests alternating with fields, farms, and pasture land. The country has the fifth-highest proportion of forested land in the European Union, with forests making up some 56 percent of the total land area. Latvia also has miles of beautiful, undeveloped seashore.
This wealth of habitat has given rise to a long tradition of conservation in Latvia and excellent wildlife management. More than 10,000 European moose are taken each year in Latvia, primarily from stands or high seats but also with the use of moose dogs and calling during the rut. Driven wild boar hunts are also popular. Other huntable game found in Latvia includes the European lynx (often hunted with hounds, similar to cougars in the USA), red stags, and the unusual but highly sought-after raccoon dog. Bird hunters will find good populations of capercaillie and black grouse in Latvia.
About hunting in Macedonia
Part Balkan and part Mediterranean, a place that only became famous a couple of years ago with many wild areas left to explore as a hunter.
Hunt the Unspoiled Heart of the Balkans
Relatively undeveloped and undiscovered by tourists, Macedonia has abundant game populations and offers a true wilderness hunting experience.
Trophy Chamois and Ibex
Macedonia is known for its large Balkan chamois trophies, and it is a major destination for hunting kri kri ibex.
Combo Hunts at Great Prices
With a wide variety of native and introduced species, Macedonia is well positioned to offer hunts for a combination of different species at affordable prices.
About hunting in Poland
With large areas of unbroken forest and sparsely populated rural areas, a hunt in Poland is a wilderness adventure.
Poland has the largest population of European bison outside of Russia.
Variety of Species
In addition to bison, thriving populations of roe deer, red deer, fallow deer, mouflon, and wild boar draw hunters from around the world.
About hunting in Romania
Authentic, Natural and Cultural are the words that best capture the essence of Romania, a dynamic country rich in history, arts and scenic beauty.
Romania’s national and natural parks, displaying a unique variety of landscapes, vegetation and wildlife, protect some of the largest remaining areas of pristine forest in Europe.
Hunting Romania’s primeval forests and rugged mountainsides is the perfect way to experience one of the last true wilderness regions on the European continent.
Romania is home to a wide variety of sought-after game animals from brown bears and wolves to roe deer, stags, wild boars, and chamois.
From its authentic medieval castles, to mysterious Transylvania, to the beautiful shores of the Black Sea, Romania offers plenty of cultural and historic touring opportunities when your hunt is over.
About hunting in Russia
Variety and abundance of game
Russia’s forests, rivers, and towering mountains teem with an incredible diversity of fish and wildlife.
Because of recent economic changes and today’s currency exchange rates, hunts in Russia are a great value for the international hunter.
Rich historical legacy and ancient hunting traditions
Russia’s hunting traditions go back to ancient times, and it forms an important theme in the literature of great Russian writers. Russian hunters are proud of the cultural legacy of the hunt, which persists to this day.
About hunting in Slovakia
Variety of Game
Slovakia boasts excellent populations of the classic European species: red deer, roe deer, fallow deer, mouflon, and wild boar.
Strong Hunting Tradition
Slovakia has a long and proud hunting tradition dating back to the 1400s, and celebration of its hunting culture continues today with events such as Saint Hubert Days in the village of Antol in central Slovakia.
Affordable Hunt with a Bohemian Flair
The thinly populated forest areas and rich agricultural land in Slovakia provides a true European hunting experience at a modest price.
About hunting in Spain
Red-legged Partridge shoots, Spanish Grand Slam Ibex Hunting and /Monteria’s/.
Great Weather, Excellent Food and Wine, Strong Southern Hunting Traditions.
Outstanding mountain hunting
Spain is home to some of the world’s greatest mountain game, including four sought-after varieties of ibex, two subspecies of chamois, and Iberian mouflon.
World-class driven hunts
Traditional driven hunts for red deer, roe deer, and wild boar, as well as driven bird shoots, are a valued part of the hunting culture in Spain.
Excellent family vacation destination
Spain offers plenty of pre- or post-hunt enjoyment for the entire family, whether it’s skiing in the Sierra Nevada, lounging on the beach in Majorca, or sightseeing in the historic cities of Madrid or Granad.
About hunting in Sweden
Sweden, with the highest percentage of forested land in all of Europe, has a long and storied hunting tradition. The northern regions of this Scandinavian country are still sparsely populated, true wilderness. European moose live in just about every corner of the country; most estimates put the total population at some 300,000. In fact, the Swedes are the world’s most enthusiastic moose hunters, taking some 100,000 animals every year twice as many moose as are shot in the USA and Canada, combined.
The tremendous abundance of moose in Sweden has given rise to a moose-hunting tradition that is heavily focused on the most basic reason people hunt: for meat. The traditional “moose drive,” conducted with dogs that push moose to standing hunters, incorporates plenty of camaraderie and teamwork, with the aim of filling freezers and keeping the moose population in check. There are many other species to hunt in Sweden as well as moose, including roe deer, red deer, fallow deer, reindeer, and wild boars. Capercaillie and black grouse are also abundant and highly sought after by hunters in Sweden.
About hunting in Turkey
The Border between Central Europe and the Far East.
Excellent Wild Mountain Hunting without the lack of comfort.
About hunting in England & Scotland
High Birds, endless Highlands, unique Culture and Hunting & Shooting with style.
Huge variety of Species and breathtaking Estates.
Classic Deer Stalking
Stalking red deer in the Scottish Highlands is one of the world’s most classic hunts. Many other varieties of deer are abundant throughout the UK as well.
The UK, especially Scotland, is home to some of the finest (and often most expensive) wing shooting in the world. Driven hunts for grouse and pheasant are wildly popular as are walk-up hunts with dogs.
Tradition and Culture
The traditions of the hunt that began in the highlands and moors of the UK have spread throughout much of the world as a result of British influence. Hunters visiting the UK today often stay in castles, eat traditional fare, and explore the same highlands and moors that hunters have trod for centuries.