Kyrgyzstan Hunting Trips and Hunting Outfitters

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Chaku Peru
From $6,500.00 to $30,000.00
Chüy Oblasty, Kyrgyzstan With the biggest hunting concession in the country, we have over 640,000 aces of land to hunt on. 6 fully outfitted camps with all the amenities needed for a comfortable hunt.
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Alexandr
Starting from $22,000.00
Issyk-Kul’skaya Oblast’, Kyrgyzstan Marco Polo Hunt dates Fall: Sept 1 thru November 30th 1 hunter - 22,000 USD 2 hunter - 21,000 USD (42,000 USD) Marco Polo & Mid-Asian Ibex 1 hunter - Ibex 25,000 USD Landscape: mountains, river Hunting method: tracking, approaching, driving. Horseback riding or on foot Duration: 10 days (7-8 days hunt) Hunting tour program: Day 1: Meeting at the airport, transfer to the hunt camp, rest, preparation, ranging fire, rest, hunt. Day 3 and the next days: hunt. The last day: completion of the hunt, transfer to the airport. Price include: Meeting and customs clearance at Bishkek Manas International Airport (FRU) Import / export permits for weapon All transfers and ground transports during hunting trip All hunting permissions and licenses Horses Accommodation in hunting house Professional cook Complete hunting organization with professional guides (minimum 2 guides per hunter) Export permit for trophy export Skinning and field preparation of trophies (hunter takes skin, skull and horns with
Starting from $6,000.00
Issyk-Kul’skaya Oblast’, Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Mid-Asian Ibex Hunting
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Crossheart Outfitters, LLC
Starting from $24,950.00
Batken Oblasty This is the reason why you should book with Crossheart Outfitters. We have almost 20 years experience in Asia and this part of the world and with an exclusive agreement with the government official who manages the two areas we hunt. We have a lot of control and pull there. I routinely see hunts being sold for the bare bones costs, costs that we pay for everything, so somewhere they are cutting corners, either in an area with almost no real trophy rams or equipment or riding piggyback on another outfit. Most are advertising great rams at 40+ inches, why even bother? We consistently average 50 inches and over, 55 is not out of the realm of expectations and even a few in the 60-inch range have been taken by our hunters.