Hunting tours in Russia

Altai ibex

Altai ibex

Russia

Russia has many trophies to offer; one of them is Altai Ibex. It is also called Siberian Ibex. Shoulder height 94-107 cm. Weight 80-100 kilos, sometimes more. A large ibex, thick- legged and stoutly built, with a long, pointed chin beard and heavy, scimitar-shaped horns. The male’s horns are large and impressive, curving around to form three-fourths of a circle and tapering to relatively slender points. Horns are relatively flat on the front surface and have well-defined cross ridges. Females grow short, thin horns and lack beards. Ibex is a large, thick-legged and stoutly built anima...

Kamchatka brown bear

Kamchatka brown bear

Russia

Kamchatka Peninsula is famous for its Brown Bears. Kamchatka Brown Bear grows large because of its abundant and protein-rich diet of spawning salmon and other fish in the coastal rivers, and from the comparatively mild climate that permits a shorter period of hibernation. The average size of Brown Bears taken every year is about 2,6-2,8 m, with some trophies up to 3 m....

Kuban tur

Kuban tur

Russia

The mountains of Caucasus are well known all over the world for their heights and steepness. But the hunters also know this region for its endemic species – Caucasus Tur. This one of the hardest and rewarding mountain hunts in the whole world....

Siberian brown bear

Siberian brown bear

Russia

We are glad to offer you hunting for 4 different bear species in Russia. One of them is the Siberian Bear. The Siberian brown bear is intermediate in size between the Eurasian and Kamchatka brown bears. It is larger than the Eurasian brown bear, with more massive bones and a somewhat larger and heavier skull, but smaller than the Kamchatka brown bear, with a considerably smaller and lighter skull. The fur is long, soft and dense. The color is usually dark brown with noticeably darker legs, but will vary from light pale brown to dark brown, and some individuals will show yellowish, cinnamon or...

Altai maral

Altai maral

Russia

Altai region. Topolnoye area located 350 km from Barnaul city. Hunting is by spot-and-stalk. The average shooting distance is 200-300 meters. Special vehicles are using to move around the area. Comfortable wooden hunting lodge. Russian sauna is available....

Sika Deer

Sika Deer

Russia

The Spotted deer (Cervus Nippon) is endemic to China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Korea, Japan and Far East region of Russia. It was introduced to the European part of Russia in 1930-s. A large graceful deer with slender legs. It has a small head and elegant neck. Sika has prominent white spots on the sides. In winter the deer turn grayish brown, the spots are not so vivid. Males develop a small mane during winter time. The antlers have up to four tines. Rutting time is in the end of September – beginning of November. Early in the morning males start to whistle and roar. During this time they te...