Picturesque landscapes with small villages, great wine and food are some of the ingredients that make hunting in Provence unique and make you a memory of a life time.
Bordering Portugal and Spain, on the riverbanks of the river Tagus, is the National Park Tejo. Our hunting territory is bordering this diverse park which one of the greatest populations of red deer in Portugal. Hunting in inland Portugal is an incredibly experience with its bushlands, eucalyptus forests and very hospitable people.
The Natural Park Tejo is located about 2 h drive form Lisbon. It would be worth making a stop-over in Lisbon and experience what was once the center of the world during the Portuguese colonization of large parts of the world.
The area where we hunt is sparsely populated and with its hot and dry climate the Tagus river is an oasis for red deer.
Day of Arrival: Lisbon airport. Two-hour drive to Tejo national park where you will meet our guide.
Hunting Day 1 Morning: Arriving in the terrain in the early morning hours and assessing wind and weather conditions with your guide, who will be guiding you. Stalking to strategic positions overlooking the valleys and spot for movement and game.
Hunting Day 1 Evening: The activity level of the game the hours from noon to early afternoon is relatively low and we resume hunting in the evening in a combination of stalking and overlooking valleys.
Hunting Day 2: Follow the same rhythm as Hunting Day 1.
Departure Day: At your discretion we will coordinate any potential taxidermy.