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  • Sv. Juraj

      «Plavo more» Ltd. Umag Hunting Agency offers a five-days package European mouflon(Ovis gmelini musimon) hunt in Croatia by next schedule:
      1stDAY: Arrival to the airport Zagreb or Pula and meeting the organizers,transfer of the hunters to the hunting lodge and accommodation in the hunting lodge
      2nd - 4th DAY: The European mouflon hunting
      Transfer from the hunting lodge to the airport Zagreb or
      The price for the five - days package hunt is € 3.999,00 per hunter.

      The price includes:

    • European mouflon trophy up to 70 cm in open free range area on Adriatic coast
    • hunting organization
    • three hunting days
    • hunting guides for the each hunting day
    • daily rate (full pension – meals and drinks as much as you like)
    • transfer to the hunting ground
    • transfer from the airport to the hunting lodge
    • transfer from the hunting lodge to the airport
    • the tax-fee for the taking in the rifles into Croatia




      The prices not include:

      The pricelist of some extra hunting services:

    • Every cm over 70,00 cm: 150,00 € / per cm
    • The observing day with a guide (non hunter): 200,00 € / per day
    • Taxidermist (clean and salted skins, boil horns and whitewash the skull) and documents for departure: 300,00 € / per trophy

    The 20 % of price for the package of the European mouflon hunt should be paid in advance, 30 days before the arrival of the hunter to the agency–account Hypo Alpe Adria Bank d.d.: 7001-16039

    The European mouflon hunt package is organized for a group of no more than 3 hunters at a time.



    Republic of Croatia represents a unique natural environment where on a relatively small area one can find great variety of nature phenomena, all tied in the wonderful bond of the Mediterranean, the Alps and the Pannonia. Croatia is a country of arich hunting tradition, attractive hunting areas and diverse wildlife.

    Croatia possesses numerous undisturbed natural oases wherein there abide all three of great European predators: bear, wolf and lynx.

    The hunting ground Podunavlje-Podravlje was established in 1697. when Eugen of Savoy received the estates from the emperor Leopold I. It was founded in 1870 when Count Marko Bombelles delivered a large number of pheasants from South Moravia and set aside land for organised hunting.