Trophy hunting

Rating
5.09

The "Bayankol" hunting Site of Shindal-San is located in the Southeastern part of Kazakhstan, 360 km east from Almaty. This picturesque part of the Tyan-Shan Mountains is a five-hour drive from Almaty. The main sight and a pride of the hunting Site is the famous peak of Khan-Tengry (7050m), one of the world’s most beautiful mountains.

The total area of the Site is 41600 hectares including 20600 hectares of wonderful forests, 21000 hectares of Alp meadows, and icy mountain ranges with glaciers and grazing lands.

The Fauna of this wide mountainous area is presented by a big variety of hoofed animals like antelopes, deer, wild boars, Siberian goats (tecks), and rare predators like snow leopards, Tyan-Shan bears, and wolves.

Those who like viewing nature’s beauties will enjoy taking mountain paths by the side of quiet lakes and pure rivers, and through the shade of fur woods. The adventure tracking and photography will let you see the world’s most beautiful mountain peak of Khan-Tengry.

The Site has comfortable tourist accommodation cottages and an intermediary camp. The delivery to the Site is provided via motor vehicles and horses in the mountains. The travel time to the hunting place is only 30-50 minutes.

The fauna in our hunting site is presented with the big variety hoofed animals.

Archars, comparatively big hoofed animals, have been untouched in Wild Nature. These imposing creatures are desirable

objects of professional hunting. Trophy hooves of seven-year-old animals can weigh from 10 to 18 kg. The hunting season starts on September 15 and ends November 30. Archar hunting is the most expensive type of hunting as the animals are under special protection.

Maral (deer) hunting is the most complex and interesting adventure. You can try your luck, and if you succeed you will get trophies weighing 9-16 kg. The hunting season begins on September 15 and lasts two months.

The Siberian goat (teck) is a variety of wild mountain goats that lives permanently in high rocky mountains and glaciers. If you come here for teck hunting you will get an opportunity to have a good rest and choose a trophy. The average length of the hooves a seven-year-old male teck is about 115-120 cm, and there are some excellent samples in our collection measuring 130-141 cm.

Siberian deers and wild boars are the objects of amateur hunting.

In a global hunting economy, international hunting clubs ownership of trophies with high estimations - is prestigious, shows a high level of culture of the hunter and a high level of the development of hunting site.
Trophies are:

* horns of wild hoofed animals;
* canines;
* skins of predators;
* skulls of predators;

In our hunting site you can hunt and become trophy owner of animals.

DESCRIPTION

Objects of hunting: maral, Siberian goat, Siberian deer, wild boar, wolf, mountain turkey, kecklics.

* maral – September, 1st - December, 15th
* Siberian gout – August, 1th - December, 31st
* Siberian deer – August, 1st - December, 31st
* wild boar – September, 1st – December, 31th
* wolf - in the course of year except March and April, valuable is shooting in the winter months December and February
* mountain turkey - October
* kecklic - October

Additional trophy hunting:
Fox, mountain turkey.

Trophy estimations:

* A maral male – in the given region were obtained trophies from 14 to 16 kg, for last 2-year the average weight of trophies made up 13,5 kg.
* Siberian gout – there is a trophy length 142 cm in a collection, you are guaranteed to receive 115-125cm, and in case of luck you can get 135см and more.
* Siberian deer – excellent object of hunting. Sometimes there trophies weighs from 850 up to 950 gr.

Cost of each tour includes:

* Visa support; ­
* Legal registration of import - export of the weapon; ­
* The state duty;
* Veterinary documents;
* A meeting / seeing off in the airport of Almaty; ­
* Transport from / to hunting site; ­
* Transport on hunting (a jeep, horses); ­
* Residence and meal in hunting site; ­
* 2 hunting guides for each hunter; ­
* Services of the translator; ­
* Primary processing and packing of a trophy.