Long isolated from the rest of the world, the kingdom of Nepal - “the last name of mystery”- is a sportsman from all over the world. Owing to its geographical position, Nepal experiences an unusual number of variations in climate and geological features, with a consequent abundance of different flora and fauna. It is, therefore the natural habitat of many species that can be hunted. The breath-taking Himalayas of Nepal offer some of the finest high mountain hunting in the world. Bharal or Blue sheep can be hunted in the high mountains, while Himalayan thar, barking deer and leopard in the mid-mountains. Spotted deer, barking deer, hog deer and wild boar can be hunted in the Terai or the lowlands from the backs of well trained elephants.
TERAI OR LOWLAND HUNT
Rifles in the .300 magnum to .270 magnum range are recommended for blue sheep and Mid-mountain hunting. A .300 or 7mm magnum would be ideal for the Terai hunt. Shout gun can be provided by outfitter on hire but shells will have to be brought by clients. 50 rounds of rifle ammunition and 100 rounds of shot gun shells are permitted into the country. Six passport sized photos and firearm particulars of clients should be sent to us 30 days prior to the hunt.
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE ON ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
All hunters will be met on arrival at Kathmandu International Airport by a representative from our agency, who will arrange customs clearance for all weapons and equipment. The same service will be performed on departure.
Note: Mountain game hunting areas lack in medical facilities, clients are advised to have through medical check up before coming to Nepal. Despite the fact that we practice all necessary precautions for the welfare of your health and property, clients are advised to have insurance coverage.