We recommend calibres between .270-300Win mag. Shooting distances will vary between 100-300 yards. Should you wish to bring your personal firearm to New Zealand we will assist you with the paperwork. We also have a range of high-end firearms available. We welcome bow and muzzleloader hunters as well. We have a number of archery hunters every season and our clients enjoy great success rates on all of our species.
We work with New Zealand’s top taxidermist for the expediting and/ or mounting of your trophies. Charges for these services are an additional cost.
Hunt Duration and Suggested Hunting Combinations
1-2 species: 5 days, 3-4 species: 7 days
February (Summer): Red Stag, Elk, Fallow, Chamois, Tahr, Fishing
March (Summer): Red Stag, Elk, Fallow, Chamois, Tahr, Fishing
April (Autumn): Red Stag, Elk, Fallow, Chamois, Tahr, Fishing
May/June (Autumn/Winter): Red Stag, Elk, Fallow, Chamois, Tahr, Fishing, Waterfowl
July/August (Winter): Red Stag, Elk, Fallow, Chamois, Tahr, Fishing, Waterfowl
Four seasons in one day
With the weather notoriously unpredictable it’s said that New Zealand can have four seasons in one day. As it can snow and rain any time of year it’s important you bring quality waterproof clothing that’s warm and well fitted.
February and March: Summer with temperatures between 40-80°F (5-25°C)
April and May: Autumn with temperatures between 32-65°F (0-20°C)
June and July: Winter with temperatures between 20-60°F (-5-15°C)