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Hunting in Romania

Carpathian chamois is indigenous to only Carpathian mountains and Transylvanian Alps in Romania.

Our hunts take place in Transylvania, around the city of Brashov where Count Dracula believed to have lived, a region rich in culture, tradition; dwelled by friendly and hospitable people. Owing to good populations, the hunting of this race requires only 4 days schedule with only 2 days reserved for hunting.

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Hunting in Romania

Transylvania




OVERVIEW

Carpathian chamois is indigenous to only Carpathian mountains and Transylvanian Alps in Romania. It is considered to be the largest of all 10 subspecies that are recognized by SCI and has the longest horn length in average. World record of this subspecies is over 11’’which is unusually big for the other races. The population of this subspecies was estimated around 9000 back in 1990 national surveys. They are far from being in danger and doing well. Owing to good populations the hunting of this race requires only 5 days schedule with only 3 days reserved for hunting.





HOW TO ARRIVE

The port of entry for Romania is the Bucharest airport. The city can be reached from many major airports across Europe. Turkish airlines has daily flights to Bucharest, some days being twice a day. The hunts take place in the game reserves around the city of Brashov where Count Dracula believed to have lived. The areas can be reached from the airport with an approximately two hour car ride on the highway.




AREAS, ALTITUDE, METHOD

Carpathian chamois can be hunted on a number of different places throughout the Carpathian mountains which runs about 1000 km in length. However our operations take place in Transylvania, probably the most advanced region in the country in terms of touristic activities. The hunting grounds lie at the altitudes of around 6000’ – 7500’. The hunts are conducted on foot. Spotting & stalking is the method whenever and wherever necessary once the hunter is driven into the area every morning. Horses may be used to get to some parts of the mountains in some areas.




SEASON, WEATHER, ACCOMMODATION

The good period for hunting the chamois in Romania is between October 15 and November 15. The weather is usually warm and sunny in earlier periods but since the weather conditions can change dramatically in November, best period should be considered as October 15th – November 5th. Since our hunting areas are located near to the most touristic places in the country, there are plenty of different alternatives for the lodging. We prefer to accommodate our guests in one of the best possible hotels near the hunting area. Sometimes these places are four star hotels with all the amenities you can ask for or places smaller in star but no lack of comfort or cleanliness.




DAY BY DAY ITINERARY

>Most of our hunts are complete in one single day. However as hunting goes, a second day may be needed in some cases. Therefore we plan our hunts for three hunting days to be on the safe side.

 

Day 01. Arrival to Bucharest and transfer to the area.

Day 02-04. Hunt Carpathian chamois.

Day 05. Drive back to airport and return home.




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