A true tropical paradise - far out in the Indian Ocean, the isolated island realm of Mauritius beats your wildest fantasies of sunny, palm-fringed beaches and multi-coloured coral reefs. But Mauritius can also offer much more, including a wide range of unique hunting and fishing experiences.
7 days from €7,995
Amongst sportsmen the island is perhaps best known for the excellent big-game fishing that can be had here between November to May. Do you still have a secret boyhood dream of one day fighting a huge fish, whipping up a maelstrom of foam at the end of your fishing line? If so Mauritius is where you can make your dreams come true, while your better half sits back and enjoys a mojito under the palm trees in the wellness centre of a luxury hotel! Marlin, sailfish, wahoo, dorado and many kinds of shark can be caught around the island.
Mauritius also offers hunting for world class rusa stags. We have access to the best district, where the stags are huge and where only stags of gold medal winning class are shot. An unusual trophy for your collection - and one of an impressive size to boot. The same outfitter can also arrange hunting for the island’s variety of wild boar - “brown pigs” - together with wing-shooting for pheasant and partridge.
There are plenty of different challenges - you could try to catch a sailfish, shoot a rusa stag and bag a brace of pheasants within 24hrs - a so-called McMoris - the ultimate tropical version of the classic McNab!
During your visit you will stay in the 5-star Hotel Heritage Awali, a really nice hotel, that lies right next to a wonderful beach on the southern part of the island. The hotel offers a wide range of facets and activities. These include 6 swimming pools, 11 restaurants, 2 spas and wellness centres, an activity center, and a magnificent 18 hole golf course with the green...Read more
The hunt takes place in an inland district on the southern part of the island. The 3,800ha district is quite hilly, and the vegetation here consists of forest, open fields and dense bush. From many places in the district you can enjoy wonderful views over the Indian Ocean. In addition to Bell Ombre, the hunt manager also has access to a number of other districts on the island. The hunt takes the...Read more
Our partner on Mauritius offers the best hunting for Rusa deer on the island. The outfitter we use has, without doubt, the best hunting districts and offers very well organized hunting. The population of game here is very impressive, consisting of very large Rusa deer. He can therefore guarantee that you will shoot a gold medal Rusa stag. We have not only had great success sending hunters to...Read more
Scientific Name: Cervus timorensis Subspecies: 1. Cervus t. timorensis: Timor (introduced on to the Hermit- and Ninigo Island in the Bismarck Archipelago). 2. Cervus t. moluccensis: The Molukkas 3. Cervus t. macassaricus: Celebes and neighboring islands. 4. Cervus t. djonga: The Muna- and Buron Islands. 5. Cervus t. floresiensis: Flores, Lombok, Komodo and neighboring islands. 6. Cervus t....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: Francolinus pondicerianus Sub-species: n/a Habitat: Grassy areas is scrubland and open country Description: Medium sized francolin 26-34cm long. Barred grey/brown plumage with a thin black border to its pale throat. Hunting method: Wing shooting, walking-up Hunting available in: EuropeRead more
Scientific Name: Phasianus coachicus Subspecies: There are thought to be about 30 subspecies, divided into 5 groups: the Caucasus pheasants, White-winged pheasants, Mongolian ring-necked pheasants, Tarim pheasants and the Chinese ring-necked pheasants. Distribution: Native to Asia but widely introduced elsewhere. Common throughout much of Europe. Habitat: Ground dwelling bird of woods,...Read more
Scientific Name: Sus scrofa Subspecies: 17 in total, 7 of which occuring in the Indo-pacific region: 1. Sus s. jubatus: Malaysia. 2. Sus s. cristatus: Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam and Sri Lanka. 3. Sus s. andamanensis: The Andaman Islands. 4. Sus s. nicobarus: The Nicobar Islands. 5. Sus s. vittatus: Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Banka and Sumbava....Read more
PLEASE NOTE: If you travel between 30th Sep. and 15th Dec., the trip is more expensive.
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