Himalayan Tahr Hunting
Himalayan Tahr is a primitive form of wild goat evolve in south Asian and Middle East Himalayan region. It inhabits a narrow strip of steep habitat along the southern flank Himalayas. Himalayan Thar is recorded in more than 7/8 different places of high mountain. The most popular places are Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Everest National park, Annapurna Conservation areas, Kanchenjunga and Manaslu Himalayan region it also recorded in India and Bhutan.
It was translocated to New Zealand from Nepal in 1904 and 1909. Himalayan Thar is a large related to domestic goat but found different in many aspects. It has long robust limbs, narrow erect ears and backwardly curved horns. The horns are laterally flattened, short and backwardly curved up to 45cm long basal circumference of 25cm in males. The body is covered with tangled mass of coppery brown flowing hairs and short hair in neck and shoulder.
Its habitat in the rugged wooded hills and mountain slopes of the Himalaya between the altitude range of 3000m to 38000m they do not habitat above than tree line seasonally migrated to adopt in harsh environmental condition of Himalayan region.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu Airport then transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu, complete the government formalities for hunting permits.
Day 03: Fly by Helicopter in the morning then walk up to Camp overnight Camping Service.
Day 04-09: Himalayan Tahr Hunting Period Overnight Camping Full Board Basis.
Day 10-12: Trek & Drive to Kathmandu, two day trek and one day drive.
Day 13: Free Day in Kathmandu.
Full board meal with Camping Service.
Necessary transport service in Kathmandu.
English Speaking Professional hunting guide, Local hunting Guide.
Trained Cook, Sherpa Staff and Necessary Porter.
Entry Fees, General Hunting License Fees, Game License Fees.
Your Travel insurance
Necessary Equipment like Binocular, Sporting scope and Satellite phone.
Transport service option Heli-charter and 4wd Drive.
Trophy Export fee with documentation fee.
your private necessary equipment.