The hunt on the biggest brown bear in the world is done on foot or on horseback along the brooks full of salmon or in the fields with berries where bears feed themselves. Daily one can meet 3 to 10 bears so that the hunter has the possibility to choose a big trophy.
The Moose hunt, the largest Cervidae in the world, with a spectacular trophy, is considered one of the most beautiful hunts that can be done in Russia. In Kamchatka the hunt is done with horses or walking and stalking during September and October in the roaring season when the moose are very active, starting off from the base camp (tents or small shelters of the professional hunters) searching for Moose for one or two days and regularly checking the open areas in the woods where they regularly come to graze.
There is also the possibility to hunt Kamchatka Snow sheep in the surrounding mountains. The hunters will reach the top of the mountain by helicopter and after they harvest the sheep they will walk down along the rivers for the bear hunt.
|10/8 hunting days, August 4-17, including license for snow sheep (min. 3. Hunters)||$ 10.900|
|10/8 hunting days, August 15-28 and August 25 to September 7,
including license for bear and snow sheep (min. 3. Hunters)
|10/8 hunting days, August 25 to September 7, and from September 5-18,
including license for bear and moose (min. 3. Hunters)
|Bear trophy fee||$ 2.000|
|Moose trophy fee||$ 2.850|
|Kamchatka snow sheep trophy fee||$ 3.000|