About hunting in Serbia
Serbia is located in southeastern Europe, covering an area of the Balkans and part of central Europe. Serbia is not widely known as a hunting destination, but the country is home to first-class trophies of a wide variety of European species, and its hunting grounds are vast, stretching from the flat, agricultural plains of Vojvodina in the north to the unspoiled mountainous regions. Serbia’s hunting areas, which consist of both free-range and fenced estates, are overseen by hunting associations and the wildlife is carefully managed by biologists and gamekeepers under the auspices of state-owned companies, as well as local hunting associations.
Roebuck grow large in Serbia, and populations are dense, with as many as 50 to 100 deer seen per day, particularly during the rut in May. Boar hunting is excellent, and there are also red deer, fallow deer, and mouflon. The bird hunting in this country may be one of the world’s best-kept hunting secrets. Wild quail, pigeons, pheasants, ducks, and geese are all available.
Hunting tourism in Serbia has strict rules, and there is some bureaucracy to contend with, but the Serbians are friendly and the country is trying to encourage more hunters to visit.
Small games: Doves, Thrush, Pheasants, Partridges, Ducks, Geese, Fieldfares, Rabbits, Wood Pigeon
Available from 15 August till 28 February
Big Games: Roe Buck, Red Stag, Wild Boar
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