New Zealand Tahr and Chamois Combo Hunt
Hunt the beautiful Southern Alps in search of tahr and chamois. This is a mountain hunt on 40,000 acres of private land loaded with trophy game!
Located in the Southern Alps in New Zealand, this hunt proves to be a true mountain hunt on over 40,000 acres of private ranch land with strong populations of tahr and chamois. It is advised to be in good condition. This hunt has high success and high opportunity rates!
- Stay in a nice lodge with good food.
- Two private ranches with a combined 40,000 acres.
- High opportunity and success rates with good trophy quality for both chamois and tahr.
- Hunt can be difficult so be in good shape.
- Season is from late March to October.
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- Lodging and Accommodations
- Gear List
- Travel Information
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- Photo Gallery
- Booking Your Trip
Lodging and Accommodations
This outfitter has two lodges that are both very nice.
- The first lodge is three bedrooms and can accommodate single hunters, two couples, or a small family.
- The second lodge is larger with four rooms and sleeps ten people.
- Both lodges include TV, laundry, Wifi, en suites. For those that wish to camp on the property in the hunting area there is a little cabin with a fireplace, bedroom, and toilet. Whichever way you decide to go the experience will be worth it!
- Breakfast will include a Continental or cooked meal with fruit, coffee, tea, water, juice, soda.
- Lunch may include sandwiches, pre-cooked hot lunch, dinner rolls, cake, water, coffee, juice, and/or soda.
- Dinner may be hot home style cooked steak, venison, lamb, chicken, pork, fish with a desert with choices of beer or wine.
- For one dinner during your stay you will go into town at one of the local bars or restaurants.
The guides for this outfit are of the highest caliber and experience. Their knowledge and expertise will come in handy as you hunt one of New Zealand’s most beautiful game animals. The guide will field dress and cape your trophy as well as provide transportation for you during your hunt. They will be a highly experienced individual that is ready to help you harvest the free range stag you have dreamed of.
Typical Daily Schedule
Each day you will start with either a home cooked breakfast or a continental breakfast. Following breakfast you will drive with your guide 20-30 minutes to your hunting destination. You and your guide will glass from the mountain roads to locate your bull. Once a bull is found you and your guide will make plans to harvest it. After you successfully make the stalk your guide will take pictures, field dress and cape your trophy. Depending on the time of year you will either eat lunch on the ranch or go back to the lodge for a lunch. Your evening will include your choice of cocktails and a three course meal.
Your destination will be Fairlie in the South Island New Zealand. Closest airport is Timaru (35mins drive), Christchurch is 2.5 hrs.
- Nearest Airport: Air New Zealand is the most common airline used. Flights usually arrive in Auckland first, then Wellington, ending in Timaru. Or Auckland to Christchurch.
- Outfitter Pickup: This is available and is included in the hunt cost.
- Transportation During Trip: The guide will drive you around in their vehicle, or use of a 4×4 will be used. Horses can also be used on request.
Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.
- One Trophy Bull Tahr and one Chamois
- Professional guiding 1×1 or 2×1
- Field dressing of trophy and transportation of trophies to taxidermist
- Meat preparation
- Flight cost
- Extra days
- Accommodations, meals, travel on days that are not already included
- Taxidermy and expediting of trophy
- Firearm permit at point of entry
- Personal and hunting gear.
- Meat has to been taken with you when you leave the country. The easiest way is frozen and in a small cooler in your main baggage that works well. Trophy shipping will vary according to expediting or taxidermic in New Zealand. This can be organized at the end of the hunt at the taxidermy shop or we can send you the information to get into touch with the taxidermist before hand.
- Taxidermy costs.
- Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any International trip.
- While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and guides and lodge staff often depend on them a supplemental income. Learn how much to tip a hunting guide.
When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.
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