Cull hunt in Czech Republic
- By 1 September to 31 December
- Sika deer
- High seat
- €1.390,00 (incl. VAT)
The Czech Republic is one of the most interesting hunting countries in Europe. The left part of former Czechoslovakia has almost the same dimensions as the entire Benelux. However, the country divides that space among only 10.5 million inhabitants.
Both nature and wildlife benefit greatly from these favourable proportions. When you cross the Czech border, you will see massive forests stretching for kilometres.
The population of big game is still very much alive and kicking, with high numbers of red deer and wild boar, but also roe deer, chamois, sika and fallow deer. A long list that is headed by a game species full of character: the mouflon.
Between the capital Prague and Pilsen, you will hunt in one of the two private districts where the big game is at home. The beautiful landscape has a hilly character, interrupted by extensive primeval forests and farmlands. For deer, roe deer, mouflon and wild boar this is the ideal terrain.
The sika deer has also claimed its place in the Czech Republic, now more than ever. This dark-coloured exotic species is more common than the red deer, and together with wild boar it tops the national wildlife list.
Then there are the autumn driven hunts, which are known for their professional organisation and centuries-old traditions. The Czechs maintain high standards of hunting both in groups and individual hunts. Now you have the opportunity to enjoy an exciting Czech adventure.