In Pakistan we offer a myriad of species in multiple areas to ensure we are catering to the tastes of the discerning hunter. From Blandford Urial and Sindh Ibex combos to all Markhor species and the jungle hunt combos, we only hunt areas that we have been familiar with and hunted for several years to ensure we are keeping track of quality and environmental dynamics that effect our hunt experience.
As with all of our other hunts in Mid Asia, our Hunt Concierge is with our hunters from the time they arrive in Pakistan until the moment of departure. With 18 total species to pursue, our operations in Pakistan offer a sense of calm and welcoming on each individual hunt experience. Trophy quality in our areas are best in class while our landowner partners and communities we hunt with greatly appreciate the hunters we bring to enjoy their wilderness and wildlife.
The seasons per species in Pakistan offer our hunters a way to hunt during times of year they typically cannot in North America or the rest of Asia. This helps us to avoid conflict with our hunters schedules to pursue species in other countries and allows us to offer an experience at a time of year normally thought to have no hunting opportunities.
Our private game reserve is situated about 4 hour's drive North East of Karachi on an improved highway. The Game Reserve lies on both sides of the famous Indus River, extending to thousands of acres of pristine habitat interspersed with patches of cultivation that is exclusively farmed to create fodder for the animals.
In the hunting area there is activity in the day in due to cultivation of crops with human presence as farmers tend to the crops. As they leave the area before dusk, the area comes alive with the animals coming out of the forests.
Most hunting is done at dusk from high, ground or feeding blinds or lamping at night from the vehicle.
Hog Deer, Axis Deer(cheetal) and wild boar are the most shy creatures and they always tend to stay in the thickest of the forest and even when they venture out, they stay close to the edges rushing back in the at slightest disturbance. The Blue Bull and the Black Buck live in the sandy dunes between the forest and the river, an area that is dotted with huge bushes and grass, but far less thick growth compared to the forest.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for many, who have hunted the same species in other countries, to hunt them free range in their native habitat! Not only do you hunt a unique place with uncommon game species, you also get to taste the flavor of Pakistan’s culture, traditions, people, terrain and cuisine. Priding itself on the serivce to guests, hunters find Pakistan and its people to be hospitable, friendly and very accommodating.
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