Often when hunting Bezoar Ibex in Turkey you will be relatively far away from major towns, which is where you will only, as is generally the case in Turkey, find hotels of an international standard. Therefore you will often stay is a pension or a small hotel close to the hunting district. They will either be situated in a small town or out in the countryside. Do not expect luxury accommodation, but the accommodation is clean and tidy and with a private bathroom and toilet. During your hunt accommodation on a half board basis is included. Breakfast and dinner will be taken in your hotel, and a light picnic lunch will be taken sometime during your hunt. Meals will typically be traditional Turkish dishes, and naturally, no pork will be served while you are in Turkey.
From time to time the hunt might take place high up in the mountains, making it logistically far too difficult to come down from the hills every evening, so you will sleep either in a very simple mountain hut, a small tented camp, or in a cave up in the mountains. Meals will also be prepared in the field, and we recommend you bring along a sleeping bag and insulation mat. You will of course be informed before departure if you be sleeping up in the mountains in this way. We can also, if desired, arrange a tour on which you will be sleeping “up in the mountains” throughout your hunt.
Prices are based on accommodation in a shared double room so if, for whatever reason, you sleep in a single room, a single room supplement will be charged.