Macedonia – Balkan Chamois

3 days - $4,500

The mysterious Suva mountains of Macedonia might offer the finest Chamois hunting on the planet! Incredible population densities, breathtaking scenery, and hospitable guides complete this lesser-known mountain hunting adventure!



Trophy Balkan Chamois Hunts:
   3 full days –1x1 guided – x1 Chamois –
   Sept. - Dec. = $4500

Additional Trophy Balkan Chamois (if permit is available):
   No Size Restrictions = $3000


- Round trip airport shuttles
- x3 local gourmet meals daily
- Luxurious historic manor lodgings
- All hunt permits & licensing
- Trophy fees for x1 Balkan Chamois
- 1x1 guiding with local stalker
- All ground transport during hunt
- Basic trophy preparations
- European skull cleaning
- Delivery to local taxidermist
- Delivery to shipping agent


- Travel to destination city (Skopje)
- Any pre/post hunt meals or hotels
- Rifle rental & ammo (50 euro/day)
- Trophy fees for additional animals
- Gratuities to guides and staff
- Alcohol (if desired)
- Taxidermy costs & trophy export
- Side ventures/Sightseeing/Tourism
- Personal purchases/Souvenirs etc.


- Extra hunting days:
- Non-hunting observer days:
- Rifle Rental & amp; Ammo:
    50 Euro/day

Trophy fees for additional game;
- Second Balkan Chamois (Permit dependent):
     $2800 (No Size Restrictions)
- Red Deer: (Sliding scale trophy-fees)
     Priced by size/weight (kg)
- Wild Boar (Sliding scale trophy-fees):
     Priced by weight (kg)/Tusk length (mm)

In one of Europe’s far corners is a free-range Chamois hunt that many would rank as arguably the best out there. Living in this region of the Suva-Planina mountains is a thriving population of Balkan chamois that rivals any other. Hunts are scenic, and while challenging, not overly brutal, making them very rewarding. With a long season, Balkan Chamois can be hunted from late August to the end of December, with the rut occurring in November.

At x3 all-inclusive 1x1 guided hunting days, these Chamois packages are not lengthy yet boast near 100% success rates year after year. Hunters are welcome to add any additional days if desired, but not usually necessary. Game management is strict and meticulous, and these Chamois are harvested on a quota basis per unit to ensure excellent genetics, sustainability and trophy quality. Most hunters can usually add a second Chamois (permit depending) to their hunt if desired for a fairly priced flat-rate trophy fee, only due upon success. While not always available, the region also boasts a healthy Red Stag and Wild Boar population, that can occasionally be combined with on certain Chamois hunts.

What resonates long after a hunter returns home is not only the incredible views or Chamois numbers seen, but the warm hospitality of the hosts and guides/stalkers. As well as the incredible fresh, local and traditional cuisine, wines, beers and liquors. An exciting and memorable mountain hunting adventure, often best experienced with a fellow hunting partner or non-hunting observer, with lots to see or do while already in Europe.


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