Exotics Hunting Outfitter in Hawaii

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Hunting Trip Category: Exotic Game

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  • What Better Place to Hunt than Hawaii!?!

    …Where you can have your Tropical Island Vacation and Hunt all the Exotic Species the Islands have to Offer.

    If you are in the paradise that is Hawaii and want a very unique hunting experience you have to call these guys; they are honest and straightforward and they know their land.

    • Year round hunting opportunities.
    • No tags required.
    • 8 different big game species available to hunt: Axis Deer, Black Buck, Spanish Goat, Hawaiian Ibex, Black Hawaiian Sheep, Mouflon, Vancouver Bulls & Wild Boar.
    • Private lodging available.
    • Bird hunts are available including Rio Grande Turkeys in the spring.

    We have unique and challenging hunting opportunities on Hawaii Island, Molokai and Ni’ihau.

    On the Big Island of Hawaii we host a number of hunting properties totalling 100K acres. Here you’ll find our 2 feral goat species, the Spanish Goat and Hawaiian Ibex as well as mouflon. The island of Hawaii is also host to the Black Hawaiian sheep, which are some rugged animals living on the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes in the most beautiful forests you can imagine.

    Hawaii is also where you can hunt one of the only dangerous game animals that Hawaii has to offer, the Vancouver Bull. These bulls  are like the Hawaiian version of the American Buffalo, they are wild and known to be aggressive. They were brought to Hawaii in 1778 as a gift to King Kamehameha from Captain George Vancouver. Guides will be armed to back you up on this hunt.

    And don’t forget about Hawaii’s classic, the Wild Boar. Brought to Hawaii by the first settlers, this animal has not changed since and proves to be a very challenging and exciting hunt.

    Molokai is home to a population of around 30,000 Axis Deer. This game has been described as a triple threat to hunt here; they can see from far, they can smell from far, and because their numbers are so high they have eyes everywhere. Don’t worry though, your professional guides have been hunting these Axis Deer their whole lives and are experts at the game! On Molokai also you can find Black Buck to hunt on nearly 20K acres of private land.

    Ask us about species availability on the island of Ni’ihau.

    Experience the Culture

    Come visit Hawaii: have a luau on the beach, see the active volcano, learn the history of their deity “Pele”, King Kamehameha and Pearl Harbor; languish in the luxury of the resorts; enjoy the rich culture and Aloha spirit that permeates the islands. Hunting is every bit as much a part of the culture here as the site-seeing and for many can help to fulfill the experience of the visit. The gear you need is minimal, just make sure that it is customized to fit, and packages can be customized to fit into your Hawaiian vacation, so you can enjoy all that Hawaii has to offer.

    Molokai is a perfect getaway, from the hustle and bustle of the other islands.  There is no traffic, no crowds, and no buildings higher than a coconut tree.  It is home to the longest white sand beach in Hawaii and the tallest sea cliffs in the world. Molokai is one of the last islands that still offers a glimpse of old Hawaii, and we work hard to keep it that way.  You will see how easy it is to get lost in our way of life once you come to visit.

    This outfitter is a family owned and operated business that has been professionally guiding hunts for over 10 years.  Being a family and business that loves the sport of hunting they also recognize the importance of conservation and subsistence; these are values they teach their children as part of carrying on the Aloha Spirit.

    Lodging on Molokai

    Lodging is available with outfitters near the hunting ranches on Molokai: 1 bedroom with 2 beds and a bathroom; cots are available for bigger groups. All meals, transportation to and from airport, to and from hunting ranches are included when staying here.

    Cost: $150 per night. $75 for any extra person(s).

    Facilities: Wi-Fi, In-suite shower, Fridge, Mobile network coverage, Electricity

    Bed and Breakfast

    Also near the hunting ranches you can stay in a Hawaiian bed and breakfast; 2 rooms with 2 beds, 2 rooms with single queen size beds, full bathroom in each. A western style breakfast is served in the shared dining room everyday.

    In the historic plantation town of Maunaloa, this laid-back Molokai, Hawaii bed and breakfast offers a daily western-style breakfast. Molokai Airport is a 20-minute drive from the bed and breakfast. Shared dining for breakfast only, 4 rooms, 2 rooms has two beds,2 rooms has single queen, full bathroom in each room. The 20 minute drive to and from the airport and to and from the hunting ranches are included in the price.

    Cost: $115 per night per person plus tax.

    Facilities: Wi-Fi, TV, Bathroom, In-suite shower, Fridge

    Lodging in our Vacation Condo

    Our vacation condo is 30 min away from the ranches: 1 bedroom, 4 bed, bathroom, kitchen, Pool etc.

    Our condo does not include transportation to and from airport, to and from hunting ranches. We do not provide a vehicle. Meals are not included.

    Cost: $150 per night. $75 for any extra persons per night.

    Accommodations on the other islands will be in hotels that the outfitter can help you to arrange.

  • Outfitter: Go Hawaii Outfitters
    • Bow
    • Muzzleloader
    • Rifle
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    • December
    Guided: 1x1
    Hunt Features:
    • Combo hunt
    • Physically easy
    • High success rate
    • Can Accommodate Large Groups
    • Cabins
    • Family-friendly
    • High End Lodging
    Amenities: Airport Pickup
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    1 Review on “Exotics Hunting Outfitter in Hawaii”

    1. Garrett Futrell Exotics Hunting Outfitter in Hawaii
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      I missed a huge buck on the first day, I shot over him. The second morning, we put an epic stalk on a solid buck and took him down.

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