New Kamchatka Moose hunt
This hunt is conducted during the moose rut from September 10 to October 10th. The area is situated on the Tolbachik River around 400klm north of the capital Petropavlovsk- Kamchatsky. At this time of the year moose are susceptible to calling and it’s a real adrenalin rush watching a huge bull lumbering towards the call!
Day 1: Arrive in the capital Petropavlovsk- Kamchatsky. Meet and greet by outfitter then transfer to the village of Atlasovo for transport into camp by ATV. Accommodation is supplied in cabins with a typical Russian sauna/bathroom. A full time cook is on hand to prepare traditional Russian food and snacks.
Day 2 – Day 8: Hunting for moose by stalking and calling along the Tolbachik, Levaya and Pravaya Rivers. 7 full hunting days or until a trophy moose is taken.
Day 9: Depart camp and return to Petropavlovsk- Kamchatsky, overnight in hotel. Prepare export documents and packing of trophy.
Day 10: Transfer to airport for flight home.
Cost of hunt US$16,000 (includes 1 Bull Moose)
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Included in Hunt Cost
The following are included in the hunt cost:
- Meet and greet in transit cities Vladivostok/Khabarovsk
- Visa support documents
- Rifle permit
- Transport to and from airport to camp
- Accommodation & meals in camp
- Service of camp staff (1 x 1 guiding + cook and translator)
- 1 trophy Bull moose
- Field preparation and packing
- Vet certificates and export documents
- Accommodation and meals before and after the hunt
- Airline tickets
- Excess baggage
- Tips (at hunters discretion)
- Travel insurance
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.
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.