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Brown Bear, Kamchatka Moose, Bighorn Sheep program

The Kamchatka Peninsula is a unique place, and now we can offer you an incredible combination of an exciting hunting experience, amazing trophies and the best quality of service!

We offer you hunting in various hunting lands located from the south to the northern regions of the Koryak Autonomous Area. Their total area is 2.5 million hectares. Each area has its own features due to its landscape, climate and animal population, logistics and location. All directions are managed by one group of professionals according to the same quality standards: guides, cooks, vehicles and equipment, lodges, etc.

Kamchatka Brown Bear

The period of the tours (on or around): April 25 to June 1 and August 25 to October 31.
Hunting type: individual, sneaking up on an animal in crossing places, or on feeding grounds.
Kamchatka has the largest population of brown bears in the world; it is inhabited by about 6,000 representatives of this species.
The bear is the largest terrestrial predator on the peninsula. Their high density and record size (the weight
of old males reaches 600 kg, and the body length is up to 2.5 m) are explained by the abundance of forage,
the basis of which is a lot of salmon spawning in the rivers every year. The colour of the brown bear ranges from light straw to almost black.

Kamchatka Moose

The period of the tours (on or around): September 1 to December 1. Hunting type: sneaking up when on heat, trailing, driven shooting. A high population density of the animal. Kamchatka moose reach 800 kg in weight, and the span of the horns is up to 2 meters.

To hunt a bear (moose, or sheep), it is necessary to have rifled hunting weapons and personal equipment for high-mountain and field conditions of hunting and staying (warm clothes and waders), taking into account the hunting period and the possibility of night frosts. During the hunting period, guests are accommodated in 2 or 4-man tents or a hunter’s lodge. Meals — traditional Russian food, cooked over a fire by a cook. The hunt is organized by 2 professional hunters who ensure the safety.

Kamchatka Bighorn Sheep

It is one of seven subspecies of Russian bighorn sheep, and is believed to be the largest among them.
The bighorn sheep can be found in high steep rocky areas of the peninsula. During the hunting period, rams usually live
alone or in a small group of 2-4 males. The average altitude above sea level is around 1,500 - 2,500 meters.
Hunting is done on foot, and sometimes you have to hunt from a summer camp, in the classic style of a sack pack.

Processing and finishing of trophies includes: skinning, its primary processing and conservation
(removal of excess fat and salt treatment); processing of the skull (boiling off, meat removing), packaging of trophies.


After the end of the hunt, you can enjoy fantastic fishing for various types of salmon and trout, swim in natural hot springs, visit Kamchatka volcanoes and the Valley of Geysers, enjoy traditional Russian cuisine with red caviar, Kamchatka crabs and smoked salmon.

We have three types of accommodation:
1) Camp site – nice and warm tents with beds. The camps are equipped with a kitchen, toilet and shower. Used primarily when hunting bighorn sheep.
2) Hunter’s lodges - provided with electricity, satellite TV and Wi-Fi, hot water, warm and clean rooms, a sauna. The most common option.
3) VIP-lodges – luxurious, well-designed and very beautiful hunting lodges. This is the best hunter’s lodging and service that can be provided in the wild. A real VIP-class in the wilderness — for the best clients.

Basic tour cost

Kamchatka brown bear - $12 000
Kamchatka moose - $13 000
Kamchatka bighorn sheep - $18 000


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