正安国际狩猎俱乐部

ZHENGAN SAFARI CLUB 

Hunt in mongolia

There are 2 kinds of people in the world. One is talking more than action. Other is action more than talking. When I was there, I found Mongolian people are very quiet, but they like to do something first for you and then tell you later. The driver and PH were very professional and tough. Driving, climbing, hiking, riding, scoping, and smiling all the time. Oh, yes, drinking sometimes, but never bother our hunt. I love them better than Genghis Khan, the first emperor of Yuan Dynasty of BIG China within 2 current countries. Maybe we need another emperor from ….from this vast, unique, wild Caprinae country. Here are these emperor candidates for your election.

 

Caprinae  CLASSIC

Altai Argali

16 day itinerary 

$55,000

Hangai Argali

14 day itinerary

$40,000 

Gobi Argali

14 day itinerary

$35,000

Altai Ibex & Gobi Ibex

14 days itinerary

1x1  $9500 

Gobi Ibex & White Gazelle

10 day itinerary 

1x1  $6250;

 

 

2x1  $5800(any size)

White  Gazelle & Wolf

7 day itinerary

1x1  $4000,

 

 

2x1  $3500(2 gazelle included)

White  Gazelle & Sandgrouse:

7 day itinerary 

4x2  $3500,

 

 

6x2  $3000(two gazelles included)

Season:

Jun 01‐Nove 30

 

Observer

$350/day

Additional Trophies  

 

Ibex(Altai)

$2000

18 days tinerary from Ulaanbaatar

$7000

 

Ibex(Gobi)

$1900

Observer

$250/day

 

Gazelle(white)

$750

Plus Trophy fees :wild boar

$550

 

Roe‐deer

$1200

roedeer

$1200

 

Gazelle(blacktail)

$1000

altai Ibex

$2000(any size)

 

Wild boar

$550

gobi Ibex

$1900(any size)

 

Wolf

$550

blacktail gazelle

$1000

 

Capercaille

$300

whitetail gazelle

$750

 

Black grouse

$250

Gray wolf,

free

 

Extra Days:

$300/day

Season

Aug‐Oct 30

 

MONGOLIAN SAFARI SPECIAL

Gobi Desert Ibex

7 day itinerary

3 day hunt

1x1   $5150(any size)

 

9 day itinerary

5 day hunt

1x1   $5700

2x1   $5300(any size)

Season: 

June 1‐October 31

7 day trip           

3 hunting day           

1x1   $5000(any size)

 

9 day trip 

5 hunting day 

1x1   $5550                   

2x1    $5050(any size) 

Season

June 1‐Nov 15

 

 

Altai Ibex:

Waterfowl hunt/fishing

Upland Birds Hunt

8 day itinerary

2 hunters- $5000

3 or more hunters $4500

8 day itinerary

1 Hunter $4000

2 hunters  $3500

The package includes up to:20 each of bean geese/graylag/mergansers/grouse/daurian

3 or more hunters $3000

Observer $300/day

partridge, and 80 in combination of smew, pochards,falcated duck & ruddy shelduck

Trophy fees:

Catch & release fishing is free for: altai osman, mongolian grayling, khadary whitefish,

      Black cock $20

Capercaille $300

siberian ide

      Hazel grouse $20

Black grouse $250

Season: Apr 10‐May 1 and Sept 1‐Oct 30

Season: Mar 01‐Mar 15 and Sept 1‐Nov 15

STORIES

 8 day itinerary

1x1   $3500

2x1   $2800

3 and more  $2400

Observer       $300/day

Trophy fish: Taimen; rainbow trout; arctic grayling; grayling lenok,pike; skin carp; sturgeon; dollyvarden; Mongolian grayling.
Catch & release fishing is free. Trophy fees are charged for taimen if the trophy is kept.

Included in the rate:  All land transportation in Ulaanbaatar & at the hunting camp area, accommodati on, meals, local guide, interpreter, 

and fieldcare of the trophies & sightseeing in the city

Not included in the rate: Rifle & ammunition; visa fee; extra trophies; International flight & Mongolia domestic flight /transportation charges; 

excess luggage of over 33 pounds per hunter for domestic flights; trophy shipment & customs clearance charges, $300 documentation fee for Government
hunting or fishing license; state veterinary certificate & export documentation & rifle permit; trophy shipment, insurance and gratuities.

DOMESTIC TRANSPORTATION( West Altai$450,  Gobi Desert  $350, Forest area $300,Hangai area $300,  gazelle hunt transportation $250)

Above price is subjected to change by the Mongolian Government.

We have received numerous reports from Mongolia about cancelled argali and ibex hunts last season. Some hunters said they were told there were problems with permits. One said he'd been told argali hunts were cancelled. Still another said his hunt was cancelled due to an outbreak of hoof-and-mouth disease. It turns out that there is some truth in all three reported reasons.

 

Last year, a number of would-be Mongolia hunters were indeed not able to get ibex and argali permits. And the reasons for that are pretty clear-cut. First, ibex permits were cut after the SCI convention last year by a third, going from 300 permits to only 200. And Argali permits were cut from 80 to 60. That meant that a number of agents who sold hunts on the floor of the SCI convention could not get permits for all of their clients. Another complication was a political crisis in the Mongolian government that led to delays and some disorganization in the way permits were issued. That prompted rumors that argali permits were being recalled or cancelled. As for the hoof-and-mouth disease rumors, there was indeed a reported outbreak among domestic animals in some hunting areas after the season had already started. The Mongolian government, we are told, closed those areas down only to conclude three weeks later that no such outbreak existed. The areas in question re-opened, but hunts had been cancelled in the interim.

FISHINS SPECIALS 

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