Brown Bear Hunting in Russia Kamchatka
Spring Hunt for Brown Bear in Kamchatka
Elisovsky, Ust-Bolsheretsk, Tigil region.
Arrive in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky via Moscow. Hunters will be met and transferred by bus taking 9 to10 hours to Esso for an overnight stay then by helicopter to the hunting camp 1.5 hours.
Warm tents, there are 2 to 3 beds in each with wooden floors and a stove. There are seperate kitchen and dinning tents. You can expect western food but should also taste Russian cuisine for the full experience.
April 23 to May 15. Duration of the tour is 15 days with 8 to 10 days hunting depending on airline schedule.
3 hunters in each camp, there are up to 9 different camps.
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Included in Hunt Cost
The following are included in the hunt cost:
- Organisation of hunters visa requirements.
- Assistance clearing customs.
- Acquiring rifle permits.
- Interpreter services.
- Transport to and from camp.
- Food and accommodation.
- Hunting guides for duration of hunt.
- Field preparation of trophies.
- Export CITES permit.
- Domestic or International flights.
- Accommodation in Moscow and Kamchatka.
- Transfers in Moscow (US$250 per group)
- Accommodation prior to and after the hunt.
- Packaging or Shipping of your trophies.
- Tips or gratuities to your guide or his staff.
Whilst all reasonable care will be taken during your stay, hunting is a potentially hazardous pursuit and your guide or his staff will not be held responsible for loss or injury that may occur.
We strongly advise all our hunters to arrange adequate insurance prior to leaving your home. All our hunters will be supplied with our Terms and Conditions and Indemnity Forms prior to the hunt commencement.
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Please note that access to many International hunting grounds may require aerial and/or unusual forms of ground transportation such as snowmobiles etc. These forms of transport can be susceptible to the effects of extreme and unforeseeable weather shifts. Hunters are therefore advised to factor in some time flexibility to allow for unforeseen events.