!!!!!!!The fifth season!!!!!!!


Guaranteed result is at least 100 pcs. of hares at average number of hunters 10.


The organization of hares hunting in Hungary is different from the way which used Polish hunters and hunting requires reflexes and good form.  Hunters alternately with beaters are lined up in the shape of a U open, usually closed at the top by two hunters. This line of hunters held in formation by hunting leader /usually the master of the hunt/ all the time moves forward and running from near distance hares are easy targets for hunters. Certainly at the beginning the Polish hunter must switch to a different way of hunting, because the whole time is in motion, but the view and the number of running under his feet hares compensates for any inconvenience. The hunting lasts from 8.00 a.m. until 15:30-16:30 p.m. with a break for a meal on site and each of three days of hunting ends with a solemn disposition of hunted animals in a proper row.

During hares hunting is possible also (it depends on hunting place) shooting pheasants.
The best hunting time: October, the beginning of November (weekends)

The hunting is held on areas of hunting associations south and south-east from Budapest.
Hares are wild (there is no farm breeding!).


Group –  8–18 hunters


3 days of hunting/4 nights of staying –580 euro per person

The price includes:
– staying in the hotel ***+ with thermal swimming-pool in double room, 2 meals in the hotel and 1 during hunting
-organization of collective hunting for hares
– Hungarian hunting license /valid one month/
– insurance
– guide – interpreter of Hungarian language.

The price excludes:
-travel from Poland
-alcohols, drinks, tips
-extra charge for single room 20 euro/night
– charges for trophy: hare –38 euro, carcass 5 euro .
-charges for skinning hare and freezing carcass  – about 2 euro/piece

– transport  during hunting 10 euro/hunter/day


Hunters import their weapon in Hungary on the base of the European Weapon Card.


For the Hungarian hunting license we need following data:

-the name of the hunter
– registered address
-Date and place of birth
-Number of the passport or identity card.
-Number of the European Weapon Card
– gun number
– gun type
– gun caliber
– Information about the quantity of ammunition which the hunter brings.