Do you dream of challenging yourself against the mountains of Central Asia?
6 days from $45,000
Welcome and enjoy the natural beauty, traditional hospitality and great hunting adventure that Tajikistan has to offer! Tajikistan is a small republic in Central Asia, bordering China, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. Most of Tajikistan's land area is mountainous, ranging from the Fann Mountains in the west to the rocky heights of the Pamirs in the eastern region of Badakhshan. This mountainous country offers great hunting for the magnificent Marco Polo Argali which have the longest horns of all sheep and beautiful Mid- Asian Ibex.
During the day, the hunter and guides spot the hillsides and sheep feeding areas. Hunt in Rangkul area is organized at the altitude of 3200-3800 m above see level. The stalk is completed on foot. You have to be fit for this part of the hunt. Be ready for the long range shooting, up to 400-500 meters. You can add Mid-Asian Ibex to your tag.
September – December, end of February – March.
Best time is October – November, and end of February – March.
The city of your arrival is Dushanbe, from Dushanbe you will be taken to the camp by car. This transfer is quite long and tiresome but it helps to adjust to the altitude slowly. The way from Dushanbe to the camp will take about 18 – 20 hours with one stop – overnight in Khorog town.
Day 1: Arrival to Dushanbe. Custom formalities, transfer to Khorog 10 – 12 hours, stay overnight.
Day 2: Transfer from Khorog to the hunting camp, accommodation, rest
Day 3-8: 6 hunting days.
Day 9: Back to Khorog, stay overnight
Day 10: Back to Dushanbe, stay overnight or flight home.
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