Marco Polo Hunting in Kyrgyzstan
Incredible Marco Polo (Karellini Argali) hunting with the best Outfitter in Kyrgyzstan.
Almost every hunter dreams of hunting Marco Polo Sheep, and for good reason. Just look at them!
Kyrgyzstan has also become famous as a destination for Ibex.
Marco Polo hunting is strictly regulated. The money from hunting licenses goes to the Nature Protection Fund of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.
Late season for Marco Polo hunting is January 1 through March 1.
Hunting is done by glassing for trophy rams and then stalking within range for a shot. You will travel to and from camp on horseback.
This is the most affordable, top end, Marco Polo hunting on the market. Because of the permitting, this is a hunt you will want help booking. We hand deliver your export permit to the proper US office and see it through the entire process.
Trophy Quality and Success Rates:
Marco Polo hunting in Kyrgyzstan is very good, our hunters are almost always successful, taking great trophies.
Make it a combo hunt.
Ibex and Asian wolves are also available on a trophy fee basis.
The weather in Kyrgyzstan can be cold. Expect temperatures to be between 15-50 degrees, and it can be windy. The elevation you will be hunting is between 9,000 to 14,000 feet.
Travel is a bit of an adventure.
Hunters and baggage are transported to base cam in the Tien-Shan Mountains of Central Kyrgyzstan via 4×4 vehicles. Hunters can also choose to travel to base camp by helicopter at an extra cost.
Once you arrive in camp, all travel will be by horseback or on foot.
Communication isn’t that difficult. There will be an interpreter in camp, and all hunting camps have satellite phones and portable radios.
This Outfitter has a number of hunting camps.
Some are in the Naryn Region of the Tian Shan Range near the China Border. All of these camps all are very comfortable and well staffed. There are four staff workers for each client.
Accommodations are comfortable. You will be staying in hunting houses, yurts and/or tents with stoves and camping essentials. Each camp has horses, water, three meals a day and electricity.
Here are a few trophy photos from this hunt.