The famous argali of Mongolia, the biggest sheep in the world, lives either in the high mountains of the Altai or in the desert of the Gobi, depending on the species. The annual number of licenses for these two species is limited and for this reason, the requests for the licenses, particularly for the Altai Argali, has to be made 2-3 years in advance.
The hunt is rather difficult and requires a good physical condition, especially if one wants a big trophy. The accommodation is in Mongolian yurtes, in the hunting area.
|12/10 hunting days for Altai Argali||$ 95.000|
|12/10 hunting days for Khangai Argali||$ 79.000|
|12/10 hunting days for Gobi Argali||$ 59.000|