Nepal Hunting Tour is available only in Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve Established in 1987. It is situated western part of Nepal at Dhaulagiri (Himal) Region, covering an area of 1325 Square Kilometers. It adjoins Baglung, Myagdi, and Rukum District. The main objective of this reserve is sports Trophy Hunting and preserve the bio-diversity and high altitude eco-system. There are only four animals that are allocated for the hunt in this reserve and all over Nepal.
Nepal Hunting Tour is only available in Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is a habitat for some endangered animals like Musk Deer, Wolf, Red Panda, Cheer Pleasant and Danphe, etc. This reserve is divided into blocks for the management of best trophy hunting with six different sections. Also, this reserve is doing extreme preservation in this area with stop poaching and eco-tourism Practice, while hunting is allowed in a scientific way.
Allocated Animals in Dhorpatan; Nepal Hunting Tour
- Himalayan Blue Sheep
- Himalayan Tahr
- Wild Boar
It is obvious that Nepal Hunting Tour denotes visiting Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, where hunters are allowed to hunt following four kinds of animals only within a licensed time-frame. Your license to hunt will include when you will hunt, which animal you will hunt and how many animals you will hunt (maximum 2 are allowed to hunt to a person).[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
Details About Hunting Animals in Dhorpatan
Its depend on hunter luck, if you are lucky following day of your arrival at hunting block you can get a chance to hunt, in other case it takes maximum 7 to 10 days.
Yes, it may happen but in our experience no record any hunter back without trophy. We are 100% success.
Dhorpatan is located in Baglung District in Nepal 2,900 meters elevation in an East-West Valley South of the Dhaulagiri Mountain Range in the Himalayas. It is the headquarters of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. (28.5001° N, 83.0645° E).
October, November, December, March and April (Twice in a Year) but it is not sure open two times every year.
There is only one hunting reserve which is Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve Established in 1987 and located in Western Part of Nepal at Dhaulagiri (Himal) Region, covering an area of 1325 Square Kilometers.
It depends on your license and period of your booking and allocated number of animals, normally 1-2 animals you can hunt.
Yes, it is safe instead of some endanger animals, there is no record and comments yet who get unsafe during stay in hunting reserve.
There are four types of animals allocated for hunting i.e. Himalayan Thar, Muntjac, Wild Boar and Himalayan Blue Sheep.
There are many flight connections to Nepal from around the world. Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Emirates Air, Thai Airways, Nepal Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore (Silk) Air, Cathy Dragon Air, Korean Air, Air China, China Southern Air, China Eastern Air, Air India, Turkesh Air and many more.
All ground transportation operated by deluxe private car and Kathmandu to Hunting Reserve to Kathmandu by Helicopter.
Accommodation in five-star hotel in Kathmandu with buffet lunch dinner and during the hunting reserve will provided Tented Camp with meal which is preparing by our hunting crew.
There are many options reaching to Dhorpatan, Kathmandu to Beni 9-10 hours by drive then again drive to Darbang appoxmetly 3 hours and walk to Dharapani about 5 hours and walk Dharapani to Lamsung 6 - 7 hours continually walk Lamsung to Jaljala 7 hours walk then reach Dhorpatan. Kathmandu to Dhorpatan Helicopter about one hours and Pokhara to Dhorpatan about 20 minutes.
A hunting or game reserve also known as a wildlife preserve area where a large area of land where wild animals live safely and are hunted in a controlled way for sport.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is only one hunting reserve in Nepal and it is established 1987 in Western Part of Nepal at Dhaulagiri Region.
Its depends on animal you selected basically US$1600 to US$ 2200 per trophy hunting in Nepal, but its subject to change, assure before booking or make payment.
Exactly cannot say because it's not depends on allocated number of animals, number of booking inquiry, license fees at that season and number of guest sharing, basically it costs US$ 29,000 to US$ 36,000 per program.
Its depends on number of their (Himalayan Blue Sheep and Himalayan Thar), normally government allocated 10-12 Himalayan Blue Sheep and 3-5 Himalayan Thar.
Yes, many airlines allowed to carry licensed fire gun and bullet but You cannot carry a firearm or ammunition on your person and in your Cabin baggage. But You can carry your licensed firearm and ammunition in the hold baggage after taking the following terms.
👉🏿 You must declare in writing to the airlines about carriage of firearm or ammunition either at the time of check-in if screening of hold-baggage is done after check-in or before security screening of the hold-baggage if it is done prior to check-in. If you fail to declare as above you may be criminally prosecuted.
👉🏿 You must carry a valid license for carriage of firearm and ammunition.
👉🏿 Firearm must be unloaded and packed separately from the ammunition. The screener will check to ensure it. Ammunition should not be carried in loose form and it should be in the proper package. There are restrictions on the quantity of ammunition that can be carried.