Himalayan Ibex Trophy Hunting Hunza-Pakistan
Trophy Hunting in Gilgit -Baltistan.
Gilgit-Baltistan without any doubt can be termed a living museum for wildlife. Varieties of wild animals & birds like Marcopolo Sheep, Ibex, Markhore, Urial, Blue Sheep, Lynx, Snow leopard, brown and Black bears, Wolf, Fox, Marmote, Chakor, Rame Chakor. One of the rare species Tibetan wild asses are also found in Shimshall valley of upper Hunza. All these resources are being managed for their survival and multiplication through the establishment of National Parks, Game Sanctuaries, and Game Reserves community conserved areas. The Gilgit-Baltistan government has declared twelve communities controlled hunting areas jointly managed by the communities, International NGOs, and the Gilgit-Baltistan government.
The trophy hunting programme has already been initiated in collaboration with the concerned communities with the objective to provide incentives in the shape of income from suitable management and the trophy-hunting programme is paying its worth in terms of success in the conservation of biodiversity. ACP has vast experience as a Trophy hunting outfitter in Gilgit Baltistan or else anywhere in Pakistan.
|Subspecies:||Capra sibirica sakeen|
A big male will stand 40 inches (102 cm) at the shoulder and weigh 200 pounds (91 kg). The coat is thick and woolly in winter, being shed in early summer. Color is very variable, ranging from pale brown to dark brown, with a darker dorsal stripe and often a lighter saddle patch and whitish neck patch. Generally darker in summer than in winter.
Body height: 2,46-3,28 ft / 75-100 cm. Weight: 187- 264 lb / 85-120 kg.
Both sides of the western Himalayas from Chitral in Pakistan, eastward to upper Hunza and the upper Shyok River in Gilgit Baltistan northern areas of Pakistan.
Altitude: 3000-3500m (10,000– 11,000 ft.)
Lodging is provided in hotels and camps in the hunting areas.
15th November to March 15th
An exciting overland journey from Islamabad over Karakoram Highway to Hunza Valley in the Lost Kingdom of Himalayas.
As you travel on Karakoram Highway, reputed as the eighth wonder of the world, you enjoy fascinating views of challenging peaks rising above 7,000 meters. Nanga Parbat, at 8,125 m is the highest of the peaks we see during our journey. Then you arrive at the meeting place of the three highest mountain ranges of the world: The Karakoram, the Himalayas, and the Hindu Kush. As you arrive at Khunjerab Pass at 4,733 m you are on the border of not only China & Pakistan but also of Pamir and Karakoram ranges.