- Kamchatka Brown Bear
- Kamchatka Snow Sheep
- Kamchatka Moose
- Koryak Snow Sheep
- Chukotka Snow Sheep
- Kuban Tur
- Mid-Caucasian Tur
- Caucasian Chamois
For the sportsman looking for true adventure, the hunting and fishing opportunities in Russia are as varied as the species available to hunt here. The country holds the worlds largest population of brown bear and there’s some absolutely incredible mountain hunting to experience. The various mountain ranges scattered all over the country offers hunters nearly a dozen different species of sheep and wild goat to pursue.
For centuries this rich landscape of big game has provided great sport for hunters from the Russian aristocracy all the way to the modern sportsman seeking adventure in one of the most wild and remote lands in the world.
Accommodations vary for each trip as conditions vary wildly. The hunting is as good as it gets but these trips are not for the faint of heart. Be prepared for long delays, vehicle and equipment malfunctions and, to put it mildly, logistical shortcomings.
Kamchatka Brown Bear
6 hunting days, spring
14,500 per hunter, plus helicopter fees
2nd Brown Bear – $7,500
Kamchatka Snow Sheep
10 hunting days, fall
$28,500 (includes helicopter fees)
9 hunting days, fall
17,500 per hunter
Combination and single species hunts for Kuban and Mid-Caucasian Tur available.
Inquire with our office for more details.
More species available.
These rates do not include certain fees. Please inquire for a full list of fees.