Hungary has always been a grat hunting destination with solid European hunting traditions. Hunting in Hungary is without parallel, and if you are looking for a really good trophy, then Hungary is certainly the place for you. Hungary is famous for its impressive populations of game and high quality trophies, especially those of red deer, fallow deer, roe deer and wild boar. If you are looking for a really excellent trophy, in Hungary you can find stag hunts for animals with a trophy weight of 10-11 kg , and with high rates of success. Likewise the trophies topping the record books for both fallow deer and roe deer, are often from Hungary. Hungary is also a great destination for rough shooting offering a great range of hunts, including some great wing shooting - pheasants, ducks and pigeon etc - are all available at much lower prices than you will find at home. Another good reason to go hunting in Hungary!
Well organised hunting, charming accommodation, exciting Hungarian cooking and great hospitality are all hallmarks of a hunting tour to one of our fantastic Hungarian hunting districts. Hunting in Hungary has an undeserved reputation for being expensive - largely because of the large numbers of huge trophies shot here. You will not be risking house and home if you shoot the stag presented to you however - on a hunt in Hungary the guide must show yow a trophy within a tolerance of plus/minus 15% of the size agreed on in advance. Otherwise the hunt can simply leave the trophy without being charged for it. This is a great way of staying within budget!
Videnskabeligt navn: Capreolus capreolus Underarter: Vi har ikke medtaget underarter af Capreolus capreolus, da der hersker tvivl om deres berettigelse som selvstændige underarter.Read more
Scientific Name: Cervus dama Subspecies: Mesopotamian Fallow Deer (C. d. mesopotamica) Distribution: The Fallow Deer originated from Asia Minor, but is found all over Europe today, either freely roaming or in fenced in areas. Habitat: Woodland with dense undergrowth often in the immediate vicinity of pasture land. The Fallow Deer prefers open land. Description: Large deer weighing...Read more
Female Deer consist of several game species: Red Deer, Fallow Deer, Roe Deer and Wild Boar. Red Deer Hind Scientific Name: Cervus elaphus Distribution: The native range of the red deer Europe, parts of north Africa and western Asia, it has been introduced to Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Argentina. Habitat: In most of their range they are forest animals, but in some areas, such as...Read more
Scientific Name: Ovis musimon Subspecies: None in Europe. Distribution: Small isolated groups all over Europe (mostly in fenced in areas). Habitat: Prefers undulating forested areas. Description: Middle sized animal of the sheep family weighing up to 60 kg. (rams), and measuring around 80 cm over the shoulder. General colour dark brown on the back and along the flanks. A black band is...Read more
Scientific Name: Cervus elaphus Subspecies: We recognise the following subspecies for Europe: East European Red Deer (C.e. montanus) Corsican Red Deer (C.e. corsicanus) Distribution: Red Deer is found in most European countries. Habitat: Woodland, pasture land, wetlands and moorland. Is found in lowlands as well as on high ground and in mountains. Description: Large deer weighing...Read more
Scientific Name: Sus scrofa Subspecies: Sus sr. castilianus (Portugal and Spain) Sus sr. reiseri (Albania, Bulgaria and the former Yugoslavia). Sus sr. attila (Hungary, Romania and Russia). Distribution: All countries in Europe with the exception of The British Isles, southern Italy and southern Greece. Habitat: Woodland with dense undergrowth, often in the vicinity of pasture...Read more
We have several good territories for roebuck hunts. Especially in the eastern part of Hungary near the "Puszta" or the Hungarian Plain, which is a colossal plain area southeast of Budapest, which makes up approx. 50% of Hungary's area. The area is mainly flat, but forms a perfect biotope for wild game. The plain is bounded on the west by the river Danube and reaches to the east into the former...Read more
The hunting districts we use are in north west Hungary and are between 11,000- 25,000 ha. in size. The hunting districts consist of 85% forest and 15% farmland and there are especially good populations of red deer and wild boar. On just one of these districts around 350 wild boar are shot annually. Hunts here can be combined with hunting in large fenced-in districts, including the district where...Read more
The district lies in south-western Hungary, south of the huge freshwater lake Balaton. Here we can offer hunting of the renown Fallow deer district of Labod. The district consists of rolling hill, with a 80% forest cover and incredibly beautiful, so if you enjoy the whole hunting experience, then this district is a very good choice. There are very good populations of red deer, wild...Read more
This exclusive state owned hunting district covers 18.600 hectares. It lies just to the north of Lake Balaton and stretches over the Bakony Mountains. it is a hilly and very beautiful district, 70% of which is covered with broad leaf forest. There is a good, diverse population of game that includes big mouflon (85 - 90cm) and red stags with a trophy weight of up to 8kg. the district is also...Read more
This private district disposes over 80.000 hectares, where there is a great focus on conservation and good land management. The hunting district where our hunters are hunting consists of 33,200 hectares lies in southern Hungary - near the border with Croatia. The district houses a big population of red stags, and the average trophy size here is well over the average in Hungary. In other words...Read more
Attila is our representative in all dealings with Hungarian hunting districts. After working for many years in the hunting business his knowledge of and personal network in the Hungarian hunting universe is outstanding. He is our guarantee for professionally managed districts of the highest standard, competitive prices, and a quick reaction time if any problems arise. We are very proud of the...Read more