Hunting trips in Slovakia

Hunting trips

in Slovakia

Slovakia is a mountainous country located in the center of Europe. It is one of a few European countries that managed to withstand a press of civilization and preserve not only the hunting traditions, but also a vast amount of pristine forests. It means a great variety of fauna and flora, therefore Slovakia offers great hunting both for small and big game.



The hunting season for most species in Slovakia is open from October through December.



The airport of arrival should be either a capital city of Bratislava, or the capitals of neighboring countries: Vienna and Budapest. The transfer to the hunting area takes 1.5-5 hours, depending on the chosen route and desired species.


The hunting method depends on the trophy species. Mainly hunting in Slovakia is by spot and stalk. Be ready for a rather demanding mountain hunt, if you plan to harvest a Chamois: the geography of the local mountains is not very easy. Hunting from a high seat and driven hunts are also available for different species.

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Various accommodation is available in Slovakia. Most often we use 2-3 star village hotels or boarding houses located near the hunting grounds, usually no further than about 9 miles (15 kilometers).

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Most hunting is conducted in the community hunting grounds.
The Low Tatra Chamois inhabits national parks in Central Slovakia and the Slovakian Rudohorie mountain range. The largest populations of Red stag, Fallow deer, Mouflon and Wild boar are found in Presov, Zilina and Banska Bystrica regions.


Lower Tatra Chamois
European Fallow Deer
Red Deer
European Roe deer
Eurasian Wild Boar


The pristine beechen forests of Slovakia are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and the largest number of carnivores in Europe inhabit those. However,the forests are not the only place worth seeing in the country. You are welcome to the numerous healing mineral and thermal springs and an unbelievable amount of medieval castles. There are also many various activities available, including, for example, mountain river rafting, lake diving and comfortable mountain skiing resorts.


“The emotions that good hunters need to cultivate are love and service more than courage. The sentiments of the hunt then become translated into art.” James Swan

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a visa to enter Slovakia?

    Citizens from the USA, Britain, Canada, Australia, Japan, European Union and some other countries can enter without a visa. Please check if your country is on the list or send us a request.

  • Can I bring my own gun for hunting in Slovakia?

    Yes, of course. The importation rules are similar to all other European countries. The exact regulations depend on your city of arrival, because the rules of the corresponding country shall apply. We will prepare all necessary documents for you in advance. There are no special restrictions and caliber and cartridges.

  • What is the best time for Chamois hunting?

    The best time for Chamois hunting is 1 November - 1 December.

  • Do I need to book Low Tatra Chamois hunting well in advance?

    Yes, you need to book it 1-2 years in advance. There are only 3-4 licenses issued annually for this species.

  • Is it hard to harvest Low Tatra Chamois?

    This is a real mountain hunt, it is considered to be medium hard. However, as a rule the trophy is harvested on the first or the second day of hunting.

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