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SHEEP  HUNTING

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PAKISTAN  -  A  PARADISE  FOR  BOAR  HUNTERS

No Hunting Fee, No Bag Limit, No Fixed Season, No Large Trophy Surcharge - Shoot As Many Boars As You Can !

FAST  FACTS  ABOUT  PAKISTAN  BOARS

Pakistan's total area is 803,940 s/km - Land area is 778,720 s/km, Water area is 25,220 s/km.

It's 3 times bigger than UK, 3X Italy, 10X Austria, 19X Switzerland & 26 X bigger than Belgium.

75% of our people are engaged in farming & live in villages, country side and remote areas.

Easy access to rich crops & lack of pest control has greatly increased population of wild boar.

97% people are Muslims & don't eat or even touch pigs. This factor has also increased boar.

Wild boar destroys 30% of our national crop, so it has been declared as a Pest by our Govt.

Due to lack of resources, our Govt & people can't control the increasing population of boar.

Hunters are considered as Heroes by native farmers & greatly respect them for killing boar.

To encourage hunters, our Govt levies No Permit Fee, No Bag Limit & No Surcharges.

You may also be interested in :    Markhor Hunting    Ibex Hunting    Urial Hunting    Blue Sheep Hunting

Our Boar Hunting Experience !!
Our team of boar hunters is backed by over 20 years of experience in organizing wild boar driven hunts with most professional and experienced team of hunting guides, beaters and trained dogs, who are very well familiar with our chosen hunting grounds and always ensure that our hunters are positioned most appropriately to accomplish their guaranteed hunts.

Pakistan Boar Habitats
The Wild boar prefers area with think vegetation. They are found in reed beds as well as scrub and forest areas and are often found living in the vicinity of larger cities of Pakistan. In Pakistan the wild boar is common in the Indus riverine forest of river Indus throughout the provinces of Punjab and Sindh. Increased sugar plantation has increased the wild boar population in some areas of Punjab so high that they are now consider a pest. Numbers in Sindh have declined, but it is not endangered and is still found in good numbers. Wild boar are plentiful in forest plantations of Changa Manga and Piranwala. They are common in Margalla Hills and are regularly seen on the streets of Islamabad, despite government efforts to control their population. Wild boars are not found in the higher hill ranges in the north of the country. They are rare in Kohat and Peshawar. Despite government efforts to reduce Wild boar populations, by using pesticides and hunting there has been no significant effect on the population of wild boar in Pakistan, and they are increasing in many areas of Punjab.The Wild boar prefers area with think vegetation. They are found in reed beds as well as scrub and forest areas and are often found living in the vicinity of larger cities of Pakistan. In Pakistan the wild boar is common in the Indus riverine forest of river Indus throughout the provinces of Punjab and Sindh. Increased sugar plantation has increased the wild boar population in some areas of Punjab so high that they are now consider a pest. Numbers in Sindh have declined, but it is not endangered and is still found in good numbers. Wild boar are plentiful in forest plantations of Changa Manga and Piranwala. They are common in Margalla Hills and are regularly seen on the streets of Islamabad, despite government efforts to control their population. Wild boars are not found in the higher hill ranges in the north of the country. They are rare in Kohat and Peshawar. Despite government efforts to reduce Wild boar populations, by using pesticides and hunting there has been no significant effect on the population of wild boar in Pakistan, and they are increasing in many areas of Punjab.


Boar Hunting Terrain

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Depending on the terrain of your hunting grounds, your hunts could be on grassy plains, along the rivers, irrigated plantations, block forests, thorn bush forests, cane grass, crop fields, small hills, moorlands, river islands, sugar cane fields, wild canyons, foothills & mixed lands.

 

Hunting Difficulty Grade
At times short walks to the individual shooting position have to be undertaken, however, in most cases the hunters are driven by cars or jeeps quite closer to their assigned shooting positions. This permits even the older hunters to participate easily. 

How Do We Hunt Boars ?
Once you’ve arrived the boar hunting grounds, we normally give you 04 full days for hunting wild boars in and around your field with complete, assistance from our most professional & experienced team composed of our Chief Hunting Guide, Local Hunting Guides, Local Govt & Community Heads and dozens of experienced beaters with their trained dogs.

 


How Many Hunts A Day ?
Subject  to the available time and interest of group members, we may offer from 3 and up to  4 driven hunts every day from dawn to dusk. Driven hunts during bad weather & on rainy days is subject to the approval of our chief guide whose decision will be final.

Bag Limit & Hunt Surety

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Our minimum bag limit is 05 (five) boars per person per hunt safari (entire trip), however, since boars are reckoned as pests in Pakistan & their population is plentiful,Our minimum bag limit is 05 (five) boars per person per hunt safari (entire trip), however, since boars are reckoned as pests in Pakistan & their population is plentiful, there is no maximum bag limit set by our Govt. So our guests may hunt as many boars as they want and they are usually rewarded with a quantity which is far beyond their expected bag limit. As regards their quality, all boars are shot under exciting circumstances and oftenly includes a high percentage of old tuskers.

 

Camping Sites
Some hunting grounds that do not offer motels or guest houses, we provide either our spacious 3 men dome tents for each member or large sized mess tents (13ft X 11 ft) with separate camp matresses @ 02 to 03 persons per tent. The foam mattresses we provide are extra spacious and comfortable. The dinning tents are spacious (13ft x 11ft) furnished with spacious dinning tables and chairs. And two separate tents are provided for bath and toilet. While our mess tents are mostly lit by petromax lamps, which also keep them warm, we also provide low wattage electric lamps in each tent powered by a petrol generators. ☼ The sun usually shines at temperatures that remind us on sunny spring & autumn days in Europe or on the Indian summer on the east coast of the USA.

Camp Food & Beverages

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The day begins with a cup of tea or coffee in your tent at around 6 AM, followed by a full breakfast, which includes cereal, milk, eggs, bread, paratha (chapati), jam, honey, corn flakes  etc. The beating begins at around 8 AM. We stop for lunch around noon. Our hot lunch is composed of at least three main courses but to quench the European taste, we always supplement our lunches with crackers, cheese, nuts, fruit, juice, fish, salad, bread & tea/coffee.  Dinner is served around 7:30 p.m. & includes soup, followed by 2 to 3 main courses of stews, rice, lentils, vegetables, chicken or mutton and chapattis. There is always a desert (custard, pudding, kheer, halwa or sheer khorma) at the end of dinners which is served with coffee or tea (black or green). Meals are served in rotation with a blend of local & international cuisines to maintain variety. Plenty of fresh vegetables & seasonal fruits are always served. Please inform us about any dietary concerns that you may have.  We will be more than glad to fulfill your request.

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Hygiene & Sanitation

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All our cooks and support staff are thoroughly trained in kitchen and table hygiene & observe strict hygienic code. You may give your personal water bottles to our kitchen staff every night & they’ll fill them up with boiling water … which will not only warm you up in your sleeping bags for a sound sleep but also provide you with safe boiled drinking water for the following day’s walk.

Boar Hunting Permits

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Boar Hunting in Pakistan is absolutely FREE of Cost and there are NO Permits or Fees. However, there is a minor charge for Gun License and a Shooting Permit.Boar Hunting in Pakistan is absolutely FREE of Cost and there are NO Permits or Fees. However, there is a minor charge for Gun License and a Shooting Permit.

 

Import of Guns & Ammunition

Guns and ammunition for Boar Hunting may easily be brought into Pakistan for which we'll help you process your formal application through the ministry of tourism and interior.

 

Shooting Permits

There is a shooting permit fee of US$ 200/= per hunter and we'll process its permit for our hunters.

Exports of Trophies

Hunters may take their trophies home without paying any fees, taxes or duties.

 

Boar Hunt Packages

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Our inclusive boar hunting packages are available for 05, 07, 10 & 14 days duration.
For  more details of  our inclusive  packages, please  e-mail us at guides*@* ptcl.net  or pakguides*@*yahoo.com


Hunting Trip Summary

Official Hunting Time : 01 Nov – 31 March (varies per province) , Total Stay in Pakistan : 07 Days / 06 Nights, Arrival City : Islamabad, Departure City : Islamabad, Stay in Habitat : 05 Days / 04 Nights, Accommodation in Habitat : Rest Houses or Camps, Stay in Hotels : 01 Night, Breakfasts in Hotels : 02, Lunches in Hotels : 01, Dinners in Hotels : 01, Breakfasts in Habitat : 05, Lunches in Habitat : 05, Dinners in Habitat 05: , Optional City Sightseeing Tours : 01 (Taxila or Rawalpindi & Islamabad),  Domestic Flights : Nil, Altitude Range : 400 – 700 meters,  Average Temperatures : 04 to 15 Degree Centi Grades (Mid Jan – Mid Feb). Hunting Zone : Open.

 

What is Included ?
 

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01 Night stay (on double occupancy) in 4 Star Hotel in Rawalpindi/Islamabad.

Provision of full board meals at your hotels in Rawalpindi or Islamabad.

05 Night stay in Govt / Private Guest Houses &/or camps in hunting grounds.

Full board meals in the guest houses or camps in/or around hunting grounds.

One camp fire with barb-b-q dinner & live indigenous music & dance.

Mineral water & tea/ coffee during long haul journey, hotels, rest houses &/or camps.

Round trip transfers from airport to hotels & vice versa in Islamabad / Rawalpindi.

Complimentary sightseeing (optional) in the twin cities of Rawalpindi & Islamabad.

Air conditioned motor coaches from Rawalpindi / Islamabad to the hunting grounds.

4Wd Jeeps (@ 3 persons per jeep – excluding driver) in & around the hunting grounds.

Liaison with all concerned Govt offices for procurement of all documents & permits.

Govt fees for import & custom clearance of arms & ammunition at Islamabad airport.

Wages, food, tents, transport, equipment & medications for beaters & their dogs.

Wages, food, tents, transport & equipment for guides, scouts, cooks & drivers.

Tips, food, transport & tents to the official escorts from the wild life department.

Dome tents, mattresses, dinning & kitchen tents, toilet tents, camp tables, chairs & cutlery.

All necessary camping & outdoor equipment, tools, repair kits, ropes, lamps, fuel ..etc.

Provision of first aid kit along with services of a qualified paramedic &/or nurse.

Camping grounds fees, parking fees, toll taxes, octrois and local road taxes.

All entrance fees into museums, monument, national parks and archaeological sites.

Tips to waiters, bell boys, drivers & servants at airports, hotels, restaurants & other sites.

Free baggage allowance of 60 Kg or 02 duffle bags or 02 suit cases on hunting trips.



What is Not Included ?

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Charges for trophy cleaning, skinning, taxidermy, exports &/or quarantines.

International or domestic air tickets & airport taxes for any client or agency staff.

Arms, ammunition, tripods, binoculars, telescopes,  clothing & other personal gear.

Portage, cargo, shipment, transportation or custom clearance of any excess baggage.

Sleeping bags, rucksack, day sacks, ponchos, umbrellas, rain gear & other such gear.

Phone & fax calls, room services, meals on ala-carte or any special food.

Costs of medications, immunizations, hospitalizations & services of doctors.

Charges for evacuation or rescue by ground ambulance, helicopter or aero plane.

Hard drinks (liquor) while hunting and in camps (available only in 5 star hotels)

 


Our Terms & Conditions
Boar hunting is subject to our terms & conditions available on demand.Boar hunting is subject to our terms & conditions available on demand.
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Pakistan Guides
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3rd Floor, O/786 Shad Plaza, Kohati Bazaar
Rawalpindi 46000, Pakistan
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