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About Hunting in Romania

Romania is one of the few countries in Europe that still retains its true wilderness character. Wolves, brown bears, and wild boars inhabit the primeval forests, and roe deer, red stags, fallow deer, and chamois are also abundant. The country offers a wide variety of hunting experiences, from rustic hunts by carriage for roe deer to classic hunts for red stags in sprawling forests, to hunts in the dead of winter for wild boars and wolves. It has one of the largest areas of undisturbed forest in Europe, covering almost 27 percent of the country.

Romania’s hunting culture goes back centuries, and today the country is known for its excellent game management. It has the largest populations of both Eurasian brown bears and wolves in Europe; by one estimate, the country contains almost 70 percent of the total population of Eurasian brown bears in Europe, and most hunters see multiple bears during their hunt. These are huge bears, often exceeding 800 pounds. Bears are hunted in both fall and spring and may be taken by stalking, over bait, or on a drive with beaters.

The largest subspecies of chamois in the world, the Carpathian chamois, is native to the Carpathian Mountains. The CIC world record for a chamois, as well as eight of the top ten heads, come from Romania. Chamois hunts involve a great deal of walking and climbing, rewarding the hunter with breathtaking views.
The red stags of the remote Carpathian Mountains grow larger, on average, than red stags in Western Europe, and Romania has produced some of the largest stags ever taken. These stags are free-ranging, and are hunted by stalking or in some cases by using horses.

Wolf populations are strong in Romania, and can be hunted during the fall and winter by tracking, stalking, calling, or driving with beaters.

Romania is also a wingshooter’s paradise. The Danube delta region near the Black Sea is home to vast numbers of geese, woodcock, ducks, quail, and many other game birds.

Games:

Small Game: Doves, Partridges, Quails, Ducks, Snipe, Pheasants, Hares, Geese,
Woodcock, Thrush, Fieldfare, Skylark

Available from 15 August till 27 February 

Big Games: Red Stag, Roe deer, Mouflons, Chamois, Brown bear

Available all year long

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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