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Hunting trips

in Iran

Iran has an amazing variety of mountain game offering hunting for both Ibex and Sheep species. Excellent infrastructure allows moving easily around the country and bagging several trophies in one trip. Experienced guides and comfortable lodging make Iran a great choice for the mountain adventure lover.

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SEASON
ROUTE
HUNTING
ACCOMMODATION
AREA HUNTING TROPHIES

SEASON

Hunting season in Iran runs from September until the beginning of March.

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ROUTE

Day 1

Arrival to Tehran, transfer to the hunting area, overnight

Day 2-4

3-day hunt for one species

Day 5

Transfer back to the airport, flight back home

HUNTING

4x4 vehicles are used for transfers around the hunting area. The hunt itself is a spot-and-stalk done on foot. The terrain varies depending on the hunting grounds. Our professional guides will make sure you feel safe in the mountains of Iran and get your desired trophy.

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ACCOMMODATION

Cabins, hunting lodges, private guest lodges or local hotels can be used for hunters’ accommodation. The choice of lodging depends on the area and your preferences.

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AREA

There are various hunting grounds in all parts of Iran. The area and transfer itinerary are chosen depending on the trophies desired. Hunting areas are mostly mountain valleys or hilly fields with almost no trees and few bush or grass covers. Hills are rather comfortable for walking/climbing with heights of 6,500 to 8,200 feet (2,000 to 2,500 m).

HUNTING TROPHIES

Gazelle Kennion (Jabir Gazelle)
Persian Goitered Gazelle
Bezoar Ibex
Persian Desert Ibex
MOUFLON ARMENIAN
MOUFLON ESFAHAN
MOUFLON LARISTAN
MOUFLON SHIRAZ
KERMAN SHEEP
RED SHEEP
URIAL AFGHAN
URIAL TRANSCASPIAN

IRAN

The successor of the splendid Persian Empire, Iran flourishes with medieval polyfoil buildings and precious silk carpets, and shines with Shah’s jewels and blue domes. The monumental historical and cultural heritage, rich cuisine, stunning landscapes and refined national arts are worth staying for several days after your hunting trip.

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“The wild ram embodies the mystery and magic of the mountains, the rocky canyons, the snowy peaks, the fragrant alpine meadows, the gray slide rock, the icy, dancing rills fed by snowbank and glacier, the sweet, clean air of the high places, and the sense of being alone on the top of the world with the eagles, the marmots, and the wild sheep themselves.”Jack O’Connor

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a visa to travel to Iran?
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    Almost everyone needs a visa to visit Iran, but most can just get an Iran visa on arrival at one of the eligible airports.

  • Is there a dress code for foreigners in Iran?
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    The dress code in Iran is more casual than you might expect, but there are a few rules. On religious principles it’s obligatory for women and men to cover their body more than usual dress codes of western countries. Women have to cover their hair.

  • How do I get from one hunting area to another in Iran?
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    As a rule, we offer car transfers between different hunting grounds, because air companies in Iran do not accept cartridges for domestic flights.

  • Can I pay with my bank card in Iran?
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    We recommend taking cash with you for your needs.

  • What kind of gear and equipment do I need for hunting in Iran?
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    You will need your classical mountain gear. We will provide a full list of gear and equipment upon request. Also, we do recommend taking rubber flip flops with you to use in the shower, as the sanitary level is low in the country.

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