The name of the Marco Polo Argali brings all passionate mountain hunters and hunters of big-horn sheep out in goose bumps. To have hunted this coveted mountain sheep in the high Pamir, the “roof of the world” is the dream of every overseas hunter. This majestic, legendary wild sheep can be hunted in Tajikistan and Kirgizstan but the biggest trophies come from Tajikistan.
Which game species are here, see above. Below you will find the trophy gallery for the wild species that occur.
After a changing history, the territory, of what is now Tajikistan, was eventually absorbed by Russia. The Soviet Republic of Tajikistan was founded in 1929 but declared its independence in 1990 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. It has been a republic (area 143,100 km², population 7.3 million, capital Dushanbe) since 1991. It borders Kirgizstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Afghanistan to the south and China to the east. Most of the countries are high mountains with many valleys. The largest part of the famous Pamir mountain range belongs to Tajikistan; the southern part of the Pamirs lie in Afghanistan and the eastern part in China.
The Pamir plateau is the greatest goal of all sheep hunters, with a very high game population, enormous game density and a fantastic trophy quality of old, mature rams. This wild sheep has an absolutely special position among the trophy hunters.
Arrival is via Osh / Kyrgyzstan. From Osh it's about 8 - 9 hours by car to the camp.
You will stay in simple mountain houses with solid masonry walls and equipped with all the necessities of life. Base camp is located at a height of 4.000 m. This is where the hunt begins. At this height, Marco Polo sheep are not a rare sight from the camp. Transfer by car from Osh approx. 8 - 9 hours. Group size up to 4 hunters. Please contact us for further details.
During your hunt, your accommodation can be a fly camp for a few hunting days.