Tajikistan is a relatively small, mountainous, Central Asian state, squeezed onto the map between Afghanistan, China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. More than 50% of the country lies 3000m above sea level. This former Soviet Republic is home to the worlds biggest population of the much sought after Marco Polo argali, and it can also boast of fine populations of Mid-Asian ibex, brown bear and wild boar. In some parts of the country you can be lucky enough to see rare, totally protected species such as snow leopard and markhor. In Tajikistan we work in partnership with the Norwegian outfitter Ansten Østbye - one of the most experienced hunt organisers in this remote hunting destination.
Scientific Name: Ovis ammon Subspecies: Different authors describe between 6 and 12 subspecies. We have chosen to include 8 here: 1. Altai Argali (Ovis a. ammon (syn. mongolica): Altai (Kazakhstan), north and west Mongolia, southwest Tuwa, in the mountains Tanu-ola and Greater Sajan. 2. Pamir Argali (Ovis a. polii): Middle- and eastern Pamir, Kokschaal-Tau Mountains (Kirgise-Chinese border) and...Read more
Diana is presently the only hunting travel agency to offer hunting in Kamchatka under the supervision of their own hunt manager in the district. Diana’s hunt manager is a Norwegian who has operated as a hunting guide in Kamchatka for the last 18 years and has established his own camp. All hunting and accommodation on Kamchatka is under the personal supervision of our own manager, who will...Read more