The most common hunting area of the country is a National Park called Braslav Lakes. Here, hunters are offered more than the first 26 hectares of hunting grounds and a huge variety of animals and birds, which are allowed to hunt almost all year round.
However, this is far not the only hunting area, Belarus has several hunting farms, with vast territory and a wide range of animals offered for hunting in the relevant season. You have to apply on the hunting farm website in advance to get a permit for hunting. Some of them can even arrange hunting tours and get your visas done, as well as the hunting weapon admittance, etc. They’d usually arrange a decent hunting upon request, drive hunting or hunting with flags, individual from the tower or from approach, roar and groan, prepare all the necessary documents for the weapon and the trophy, provide visa support and organize a transfer to the place of hunting. The cost of such 3-day tours depends on the animal species and starts from 200 € for hunting excluding trophies. Living and meals included. Moose trophy will cost you from 550 €, red deer trophy – from 570 €, wild boar trophy 100 €, European roe deer trophy – from 80 €, wolf trophy 400 – 500 €, beaver trophy 50 €, wood-grouse trophy 450 €, grouse trophy 150 € spring, 50 – 80 € fall, other fur and feather also available. In order to arrange hunting you have to choose an animal and/or a season and study the offer of the hunting farms, apply 1 month in advance, come and enjoy the action.
An undoubted, legendary leader among animals available for hunt (we can hardly call it a prey) is the European bison. The cost of it as a trophy is around 6000 €.