- Anatolian Bezoar Ibex
- Hybrid Ibex
- Anatolian Red Stag
- Anatolian Chamois
- Urfa Gazelle
- Anatolian Wild Boar
- Anatolian Konya Sheep
This is one of our favorite hunting destinations in Asia. The mixture of culture, ease of travel, cuisine and phenomenal hunting makes Turkey a worthy addition to the “bucket list”. The amount of game in these prime areas is out of this world, and the local guides are incredible at putting you within range of an old, mature animal. We recommend bringing a wife or friend along as an observer, as there are many sightseeing destinations before or after the hunt.
Borders of Turkey overlap with the Anatolian Peninsula, previously known as Asia Minor, the land of sun and history. It is a region replete with natural wonders and history across millennia.
Turkey owes its natural and historical opulence to its unique geographical location – a crossroads at which many different civilizations and species met and inter-fused, forming uniqueness out of diversity. The most important natural asset of Turkey is gene pool of the numerous animal and plant species, which came into creation through years of evolution as distinct breeds came to, settled on and intermingled here.
Turkey is a country that protected its natural environment. Many species that have been preserved artificially in other countries are still living in the wild in the full beauty of their natural habitat in many localities of Anatolia.
The land which for thousands of years served sultans, kings and rulers as hunting grounds still has a lot to offer to those who want to collect the bounty. What is more, you do not have to be royalty to hunt in these grounds anymore, yet you certainly will be welcomed as one.
Anatolian Bezoar Ibex
Oct.1 – March 31, 7-day hunt
Area D: Trophy average 40” to 45” – $16,500
Area C: Trophy average 44.1” to 46” – $20,500
Area B: Trophy average 46.1” to 49” – $27,500
Area A: Trophy average 47.5” and 52” – $32,000
Additional trophy fees apply in Area A for trophies measuring 50” and above.
Oct. 1 – Jan. 31, 3-day hunt
Anatolian Red Stag
Sept. 15 – Oct. 8, 5-day hunt
Premium hunting area (10 kg. horns) – $24,500
Standard hunting area (7-9 kg. horns) – $19,500
Oct. 1 – Jan. 31, 7-day hunt
Sept. 1 – Dec. 15, 2-day hunt
Anatolian Wild Boar
All year, 1-day hunt
Anatolian Konya Sheep
Oct. 1 – Jan. 31, 4-day hunt (very limited availability)
Includes: Transfers to and from airport, transportation throughout the hunt, professional English-speaking guide, three meals per day, local alcoholic beverages, accommodations during the hunt, organizational fees and hunting licenses, trophy licenses, hunting certificates and trophy preparations.
Reach out to us for further details and/or available dates.