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#11679631 - 12/22/16 Hunting and Dracula Castle visit  
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Fellow hunters


From October we started to schedule the next year offer roebuck season and it is a pleasure for me to invite you again to visit our beautiful country.
This is a program for suitable 2 couples – but not mandatory
What I actually propose to you is to visit 2 important castle in Romania ...Dracula Castle and Peles Castle and hunt few days hunt for big game or small game depending on the time you decide to come.

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for example, if you want to hunt roe deer the program will look like so:

For 2 roe deer regardless trophy size, splendid accommodation in the hunt area.
Location - Romania / Europe
Total price: 1300 euro/ hunter .....group of 4 hunters or 2 couples
First 2 roe deer regardless trophy size included
Supplement for 1 hunter 200 euro

3 days / 4 nights in Romania / Vrancea area. (Tour of Bucharest if you prefer 1 extra day)
The method of taking is rifle hunt in a hill area.
Finest Romanian meals, license, firearm permit, all transportations in Romania, first preparations of the trophy(European style).
All animals are totally wild.
Arrival/departure point is Bucharest airport, support for customs formalities.
Period ...beginning with 1 may until 31 September


The reviews that we have are excellent and the success rates are 100%

All the pictures can be emailed on request.

Additional trophy fee
Up to 350 gr. including 380 Euro
351-400 gr. 430 Euro
Over 401 gr. 590 Euro


shooting fee for an injured and non-recovered piece ........200 EURO/piece.



The price includes:
• Assistance at the airport on arrival and departure
• All transfers in Romania - Round trip !!!
• Complete board, starting with dinner on the arrival day and ending with breakfast on the departure day
• Permanent professional hunting assistance
• All necessary papers to export the trophies
• Daily transport in the hunting area
• Hunting invitation in Romania
• 24 h Interpreter during your whole stay
• Alcoholic drinks, traditional strong drinks and wine on the house.

The price excludes:
- Cost of sightseeing period ( depend on the no of the days that you wish to spend )
- Cost for non-hunting person – 130 euro/day
- Transport to/from Romania
- Firearms and cartridges
- Tips
- Trophy export.
- preparations of the trophy(European style).
- Other personnel expenses
Daily hunt organize 100 Euro/ day- 1 PH and 1Ranger
Temporary hunting permit 150 Euro
Hunting license 150 Euro

CMG 300 BP

#11689018 - 12/27/16 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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Sounds like a great experience

#11690718 - 12/27/16 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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....it's a very interesting experience...
some of this forum members had this trip and was delighted

#11690942 - 12/28/16 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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How much of a hassle is it to travel with firearms to Europe/Romania?

#11692592 - 12/28/16 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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...is no problem at all
read this please:
http://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/topics/10678048/4
page 4 ( about the travel with your gun - but if you have enough time read it all )
And if you have any question please do not hesitate to ask.

Alpha

#11692608 - 12/28/16 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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Do I have to load my own silver bullets or are they provided? smile

I missed Pele's castle when I was there last, looks spectacular!

#11693238 - 12/29/16 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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....you must see it inside ....than you will redefine "spectacular":))

#11703026 - 01/01/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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Looks like a spectacular trip. I'm too old to travel and hunt now, but if I would have seen this ten years ago, I would have booked it in a heartbeat. For those of you who can afford it and are in good traveling shape, by all means try it.


Better to be over the hill than under it.
#11706345 - 01/03/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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I will have to look at this closely. Looking at putting together a hunt with my wife/daughter for 2018

#11706392 - 01/03/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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I will send you by pm the review from this trip ....and if you want I can put you in contact with some US hunters that was here and was delighted

Bravo

#11706925 - 01/03/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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I have not done the sight seeing but would really like to. I have done the Roe hunt and fully endorse Horia/ Unforgettable hunting without hesitation. Wonderful country, great new friends, super hunting!
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#11710047 - 01/04/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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Horia what cartridge would you recommend for roe?


Will Munny: It's a hell of a thing, killing a man. Take away all he's got and all he's ever gonna have.

The Schofield Kid: Yeah, well, I guess they had it coming.

Will Munny: We all got it coming, kid.
#11710492 - 01/04/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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Horia took me on the grand tour of the Castle country Nov. of 2015 It was great, I would highly recommend it to anyone. Feel free to PM me with any questions.

Mark


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#11719633 - 01/07/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: LBP]  
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Originally Posted by LBP
Horia what cartridge would you recommend for roe?


...from 243 to 30-06 ....what ever you want to use smile

#11720398 - 01/08/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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What about a .223 or .22-250?


Will Munny: It's a hell of a thing, killing a man. Take away all he's got and all he's ever gonna have.

The Schofield Kid: Yeah, well, I guess they had it coming.

Will Munny: We all got it coming, kid.
#11724448 - 01/09/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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I keep checking this thread out. Looks like a hella cool trip.


"When I was a kid I thought that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem than it is."
#11724847 - 01/09/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: Steelhead]  
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Originally Posted by Steelhead
I keep checking this thread out. Looks like a hella cool trip.


It sure does I'd love to make the trip.


Will Munny: It's a hell of a thing, killing a man. Take away all he's got and all he's ever gonna have.

The Schofield Kid: Yeah, well, I guess they had it coming.

Will Munny: We all got it coming, kid.
#11725322 - 01/09/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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smile

I do not want to be considered advertising for other hunting sites this is the reason for what I can not post reviews of this trip ...but I will send to each of you in a PM a link where you can read about a fantastic trip smile
....and will be much fun to have a group of 4 to 6 persons smile

#11729289 - 01/11/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: born_wild]  
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I would just like to say to any of you that are thinking about it you just need to take a leap of faith and go. You will have a really great experience with wonderful people and you will be asking yourself why you didn't do it sooner or why you ever held back.

#11739246 - 01/15/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: LBP]  
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"What about a .223 or .22-250?"

yes . both are legal

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#11799020 - 02/04/17 Re: Hunting and Dracula Castle visit [Re: LBP]  
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Originally Posted by LBP
What about a .223 or .22-250?


I've hunted roe deer extensively in the UK and the .22 centerfire is allowed in Scotland but not in the remainder of the UK. As I'm now a citizen of the USA, I can admit to shooting more than a few of them with a .22 Hornet at under 50 yards with complete satisfaction and very little meat damage. I wouldn't say you would be undergunned with either the .223 or the .22-250 but if you wanted to shoot any other species, you might be.

The most common caliber for roe and other species aside from red deer in the UK is the .243. In my experience, the .270 is very popular for red, sika, fallow et al with .308/.30-06 not far behind. Looks like a stunning place to hunt!

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