Good hunting for bear can be combined with a roebuck hunt during mid September. Otherwise bear hunting is best in the period around the full moon in March/April or September/November. Romania is home to one of the best populations of brown bear in Europe, and the success rate here is high.
On the lower lying, forest clad slopes, we can arrange driven hunts for wild boar on which it is also possible to shoot bears, and hunters often succeed in adding a bear to the game parade.
Hunting for these two game species, especially the chamois, is physically demanding and the hunter needs to be in good shape. However a formidable wildlife adventure awaits the hunter, and these hunts normally enjoy a high rate of success. Most of the red stags that feature on a game parade over a season weigh between 7 - 9 kg, with a few trophies reaching over 10kg. On a chamois hunt here you have a really good chance of bagging a medal winning trophy.
We can offer hunting for Carpathian roebuck in incredibly beautiful terrain. Here most of the trophies weigh between 300 - 400g, but we also have flatter districts where you can hunt for trophies that are absolutely in the medal winning class.
We can also offer hunting for wolf in the days leading up to the full moon in the months of December - March. Hunting is difficult however and the rate of success is low.
Romania has the reputation of having some of the best red stags in the world. The hunts for these animals is really challenging. There is no sitting around in a high seat and waiting, you have to go deep into the forest and listen for one of the big stags - when you hear one, then you begin the stalk. It is an intense experience in the mountains, with roaring stags and a real physical challenge. Expect a stag of between 7 - 9kg. This hunt can be combined with individual hunts for brown bear and wild boar.
Scientific Name: Ursus arctos arctos Subspecies: None in Europe. Distribution: Sweden, Norway, Finland, France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Poland as well as all the Eastern European Countries. Habitat: Today only in dense, mixed woodland in mountains, due to persecution. Description: Very large animal weighing up to 300 kg, measuring around 100 cm over the shoulder, (some...Read more
Scientific Name: Capreolus capreolus Subspecies: We have not included any of the subspecies of Capreolus capreolus, as the authors dissagree about their status as individual subspecies. Distribution: All of Europe except Ireland, Iceland, Southern Spain and Greece. Roe Deer populations are not common to the Mediterranean islands. Habitat: Roe Deer populations are found today in most terrain...Read more
Scientific Name: Rupicapra rupicapra Subspecies: Rupicapra rupicapra (The Austrian, Swizz, German, French and Italian Alps as well as parts of the former Yugoslavia.) Rupicapra r. pyrenaica (The Pyrenees). Rupicapra r. ornata (The Abruzzian Alps, Italy) Rupicapra r. carpatica (Transsylvania) Rupicapra r. balcanica (Parts of former Yugoslavia) Rupicapra r. caucasica (Kaukasus) Rupicapra r....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 around...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 around...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
Scientific Name: Canis l lupus Subspecies: None in Europe. Distribution: Sweden, Norway, Finland, Italy, Spain and Poland as well as all Eastern European Countries. Habitat: Dense forest Description: Reminiscent of a large Alsatian dog, the Wolf weighs around 90 kg, and measures up to 100 cm over the shoulder. The legs, however, are longer and thinner, the chest shallower, the head...Read more
Our areas lies in the central part of Romania, but we also have access to districts that are only a couple of hours driving from Bucharest. All of our districts are a minimum of 7,500- ha. in size.Read more
All our hunting districts are min. 7500 Ha in size and primarily are found in lower lying areas. The districts are often gently hilly, with woodland, clearings and hedgerows, when helps to make the area an almost perfect roe deer habitat. Our partner has a number of different districts in Transylvania to choose between. He is in constant contact with the local "game-keepers" which helps to...Read more
Our districts is mainly situaded in the central part of Romania, but we also have acces to areas - within a driving range of a few hours from Bucharest. All of our districts are a minimum of 7.500 Ha in size, and they are primarily placed in lower farming terrain. On the farming terrain there are crops such as corn, sunflowers and wheat nontheless the large meadows, where the fallow stags enjoys...Read more
Our partners in Romania are amongst the very best - as one of our customers you will always only hunt on districts that have been thoroughly tested and experience hunt organisation of the highest quality. Our partners have over 15 years experience of arranging hunting in Romania, and an important part of a hunt here is the chance to experience the proud hunting traditions of Romania. Our partner...Read more