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Warum Rumänien

Hunting in Romania: True wilderness

Echte Wildnis

Die Jagd in Rumäniens Urwäldern und schroffen Berghängen ist der perfekte Weg, um eine der letzten echten Wildnisregionen auf dem europäischen Kontinent zu erleben

Hunting in Romania: Game animals

Jagdbares Wild

Rumänien beherbergt eine große Vielfalt an begehrtem Wild, von Braunbären und Wölfen bis hin zu Rehen, Hirschen, Wildschweinen und Gämsen

Hunting in Romania: Touring opportunities

Ausflugsmöglichkeiten

Von seinen authentischen mittelalterlichen Burgen, über das geheimnisvolle Siebenbürgen, bis hin zu den wunderschönen Küsten des Schwarzen Meeres, bietet Rumänien viele kulturelle und historische Ausflugsmöglichkeiten, wenn Ihre Jagd vorüber ist

Karte von Rumänien

Über die Jagd in Rumänien

Romania is one of the few countries in Europe that still retains its true wilderness character. Wolves, brown bears, and wild boars inhabit the primeval forests, and roe deer, red stags, fallow deer, and chamois are also abundant. The country offers a wide variety of hunting experiences, from rustic hunts by carriage for roe deer to classic hunts for red stags in sprawling forests, to hunts in the dead of winter for wild boars and wolves. It has one of the largest areas of undisturbed forest in Europe, covering almost 27 percent of the country. Romania’s hunting culture goes back centuries, and today the country is known for its excellent game management. It has the largest populations of both Eurasian brown bears and wolves in Europe; by one estimate, the country contains almost 70 percent of the total population of Eurasian brown bears in Europe, and most hunters see multiple bears during their hunt. These are huge bears, often exceeding 800 pounds. Bears are hunted in both fall and spring and may be taken by stalking, over bait, or on a drive with beaters. The largest subspecies of chamois in the world, the Carpathian chamois, is native to the Carpathian Mountains. The CIC world record for a chamois, as well as eight of the top ten heads, come from Romania. Chamois hunts involve a great deal of walking and climbing, rewarding the hunter with breathtaking views. The red stags of the remote Carpathian Mountains grow larger, on average, than red stags in Western Europe, and Romania has produced some of the largest stags ever taken. These stags are free-ranging, and are hunted by stalking or in some cases by using horses. Wolf populations are strong in Romania, and can be hunted during the fall and winter by tracking, stalking, calling, or driving with beaters. Romania is also a wingshooter’s paradise. The Danube delta region near the Black Sea is home to vast numbers of geese, woodcock, ducks, quail, and many other game birds.

Was Sie wissen müssen

  • 1. Planen Sie Ihre Reise
  • 2. Ihre Ankunft in Österreich
  • 3. Die Jagd
  • 4. Nach der Jagd

Planen Sie Ihre Reise

Visum

American and Canadian citizens as well as citizens of Australia, New Zealand, and most European countries do not need an entry visa to visit Romania for stays up to 90 days. However, a valid passport is required for all international visitors except for citizens of the countries of the European Union, who can enter Romania with their Identity Card.

No vaccinations are necessary, and there is no Entry or Departure Tax.

Schusswaffen

Es ist nicht schwer, eine Feuerwaffe nach Rumänien zu bringen, aber Sie müssen die Einzelheiten mit Ihrem Jagdanbieter im Voraus vereinbaren. Sie müssen ein Einladungsschreiben von Ihrem Jagdanbieter erhalten; Um dies zu erhalten, müssen Sie alle Gewehr- und Munitionsdetails im Voraus angeben, einen gültigen Jagdschein aus Ihrem Heimatland besitzen und eine international gültige Krankenversicherung nachweisen (im Falle eines Jagdunfalls).

Hunting seasons

Rehbock: 15. Mai - 15. Oktober

Rothirsch: 25. September - 5. Oktober

Wildschwein: 1. August - 15. Februar

Wolf: 15 .September - 31. März

Braunbär: März 15 - Mai 15 und September 15 - Dezember 15

Ihre Ankunft in Österreich

When arriving in the country, hunters must declare their guns and show their letter of invitation to hunt, which will be provided by the outfitter. The letter should include the hunter’s name, passport number, and details of the gun(s), including caliber and serial number. The hunter will also be required to show a valid hunting license from his or her home country, a gun permit or U.S. Customs 4457 form, and proof of medical insurance.

Die Jagd

As 47 percent of Romania’s land area is covered with natural ecosystems, there is a great deal of variation in the hunting terrain. Roebuck and wild boar hunts may take place in open areas, while red deer and brown bears are often be hunted in heavily forested regions. Hunting methods vary, depending on species and location, and you may use more than one method during any hunt so it may be necessary to have clothing appropriate for both walking and standing. Driven hunts are common for many species; if you will be taking part in a driven hunt, fast-handling rifles with low-power scopes are generally recommended. Chamois hunts take place at elevations that may exceed 6,500 feet, so prepare as you would for any mountain hunt. Winter hunts for wolves and wild boars take place in extremely cold weather and you will probably be sitting for long periods; however, heated blinds are often used, so check with your outfitter.

Nach der Jagd

Auf Wunsch kann der Jagdanbieter die meisten Dokumente für den Export der Trophäen beschaffen, und in vielen Fällen können die gereinigten und getrockneten Hörner und Felle sofort vom Jäger mit nach Hause genommen werden. Dies gilt nicht für Arten, die CITES-Genehmigungen benötigen, wie Braunbären. Sobald eine CITES-Genehmigung erteilt wurde, kann die Trophäe an Sie versandt werden

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Wild boar hunt

Wild boar hunt Rumänien

Wild boars hunt is the most popular and excited hunting method in Romania, is the place where you can hunt bigs males over 250-300 kg. Period of hunt: Male: all year around Female and youth: 1 June - 31 January Optimal period: stalking and waiting at feeding places: January - May; October - December We hunt in forests plains, forest hills and mountains of Carpathians. Depending of the period and hunting area we can combine with: roe deer, stag, fallow deer, chamois, brown bear, wolf and wild small game. Hunting methods: stalking, waiting in high seat at feeding places Number of hunters: 1-5 You can choose a hotel instead the lodge: Hotel Ferdinand or Pensiunea Sarmis Cristal. The hotels are 15 km far from the territory.

Reisedauer: 5 Tage

Jagdsaison: 8 Apr 2019 31 Jan 2020

$1,624 für 1 Jäger
Wild Boar Hunt

Wild Boar Hunt Rumänien

Hunting tusker and wild boar Combination of hunting wild boar and red deer (roe deer) is possible. Driven hunts can also be organized on request.

Reisedauer: 3 - 7 Tage

Jagdsaison: 1 Jan 2019 31 Dez 2019

$826 für 1 Jäger
Wild Boar Driven Hunt inkl. Trophies

Wild Boar Driven Hunt inkl. Trophies Rumänien

This hunt is for groups of 8 to 15 hunters. Driven Hunt in the Valcea area with 2-3 drives per day. Stand for each hunter is decided by drawing lots. If a hunter really has no shooting opportunity, there is the possibility to hunt (raised hide) at the evening. For the accommodation at a hotel the price is €160,- Non hunting guest 100,- for accommodation TOTAL PRICE PER HUNTER 600 € / 2 days

Reisedauer: 2 Tage

Jagdsaison: 1 Okt 2019 31 Dez 2020

$661 für 1 Jäger
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