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About hunting in France

The hunting tradition in France goes back at least two thousand years, and probably more. Cave paintings depicting hunting scenes have been found here that date to prehistoric times, and in more recent history, la chasse was one of the major pastimes of royalty. Today, hunting in France can be enjoyed by sportsmen from around the world.

One of the largest countries in Europe, France still has sprawling forested areas, fields, and mountain ranges that are home to red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, wild boar, mouflon, alpine chamois, and Pyrenean chamois. As in much of Europe, game is managed by professional gamekeepers, primarily on private estates. In addition to big game, driven pheasant shoots as well as walk-up hunts for pigeons, partridge, and ducks are popular. Good management and habitat improvement has led to an increase in most of France’s game populations in recent years.

France is Europe’s primary tourist destination, with plenty to offer in the way of food and wine as well as art and culture, so a hunt in France can easily be combined with a family vacation, wine tasting, or sightseeing.

Games:

Small games: Mallard Ducks

Our Packages Includes:

  • Hunting Translated Permits
  • Full Board Accommodation
  • Single Rooms Accommodation
  • All Ground Transfers
  • Shotgun Import Permit
  • Soft Drinks & Bottled Water
  • Decoys, Birds Callers
  • Hunts Export Papers
  • Hunting & Travel Insurance

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