The secluded country of Azerbaijan, is the largest country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Only 40% of the country is mountains, ranging from the Caucasus to Talysh ranges, with it's highest peak touching only 4466 metres; so unlike other countries in the region, Azerbaijan has vast lowlands stretching to the Caspian sea. The hunter in Azerbaijan will be chasing his quarry in the beautiful high peaks and rugged terrain of Caucasus' in altitudes of up to 3000 metres, providing a highly challenging yet rewarding hunting experience.
The Fauna of Azerbaijan is rich, with 106 species of mammals, 97 species of fish, 363 species of birds, 10 species of amphibians and 52 different reptiles.
In Azerbaijan, hunters will be looking to chase the incredible Dagestan Tur, a very important member of The Real Big 5. With many classifying this as both an Ovid and a Capra it is a trophy like no other.
Like all mountain goats it chooses the most perilous terrain to reside, however relief is given in that the climate is very mild in comparison to other countries in the region.
Hunters can expect temperatures from
April to June & September to November: 0 to +5 (in the mountains) +15oC (at Base camp)
June to August : +15 (in the mountains) +28oC (at Base camp)
Our Personal Hunting grounds in Azerbaijan are in the secluded northern parts of the Caucasus range, hosting the countries finest trophy Tur. Although there is no private property in Azerbaijan, since 2003, we have had exclusive access to the best grounds in the country to get a trophy Tur.