A minimum of a 4 day/3 night trip is recommended on all exotic hunts.
Daily rates include meals, lodging, and guide.
Check-in is 1 pm the first day of your trip and check out is 11 am the last day.
Caping/skinning, processing of meat, shipping, and taxidermy are not included in the trophy fee.
Recommended calibers: .270, 7mm, .30-06, and .300
Wounded game determined by the guide is charged same as a kill.
The Himalayan Tahr is a large ungulate native to the Himalayas in southern Tibet, northern India and Nepal. The Himalayan tahr has a small head, small pointed ears, large eyes, and horns that vary between males and females.5 Their horns reach a maximum length of 46 centimetres (18 in). Himalayan tahrs are sexually dimorphic, with females being smaller in weight and in size and having smaller horns. The horn is curved backwards, preventing injury during mating season when headbutting is a common mating ritual among males. The average male tahr usually weighs around 73 kg with females averaging 36 kg and is shorter in height than in length.