HUNTING TOURS IN TURKEY

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HUNTING TOURS IN TURKEY

Hunting tours in Turkey

Details:

- 1 day tour
- 4 days tour
- 7 days tour


Turkey is well known for its architectural wond..

Hunting tours in Turkey

Details:

- 1 day tour
- 4 days tour
- 7 days tour


Turkey is well known for its architectural wonders, world-class shopping, and its rich history as the meeting point of Asia and Europe.
Turkey’s varied geography and topography, and abundant game, provide top-class hunting adventures for experienced hunters who know what they want.

From the prolific wild boar to the rarer, carefully-managed horned game in the mountains, Turkey satisfies.
Turkey’s abundant wildlife is a precious natural resource protected by strict government controls. Hunting permits are granted in harmony with the health of natural herds in order to preserve this valuable resource for the future.
Its wildlife is well managed, and the country has a well-developed tourism infrastructure that includes a number of experienced hunting outfitters.
Our partner has access to a wide range of first-class districts, with a total area of around one million hectares. The most important districts are found in Anatolia and along the south coast of the Black Sea. The districts consist of hilly, highland forest - typically lying between 1,000 -1,500m above sea level. It is possible to carry out the hunt both as a stalk or as lying in wait, depending on the preferences and fitness of the hunter. 
Our partner’s staff invests a lot of time in observing and they all know when there is activity in their districts.

Most of the hunting in Turkey takes place in areas that are mountainous and remote, and the hunting can be challenging. Depending on the area, hunters may stay in cabins, lodges, or local hotels.
The most sought-after species in Turkey is the bezoar ibex. This species inhabits Iran, Armenia, and Turkey, with Turkey holding the largest populations. Bezoar ibex are among the most striking of all ibex species and have horns that can reach 55 inches, although 45 inches is more typical. Other species to hunt in Turkey include the Anatolian red stag (found exclusively in Turkey), Anatolian chamois, hybrid ibex, roe deer, and wild boar.
There are also a few special permits available each year for Konya sheep, a beautiful wild sheep found only in Turkey’s Bozdag Mountains.

Every day the hunting guide will pick you up at the hotel and take you to the hunting area, and as the different feeding places can be relatively far apart, you drive from place to place and then stalk to the feeding places.

Because hunting, firearms, and guiding services are all carefully controlled by the Turkish government, it’s essential for any foreign hunter to have help in setting up a hunt. So please contact us directly by email concerning the type and requests. We will help you with pleasure.