RED STAG & TAHR
RED STAG & HIMAYLAN TAHR
After enjoying a few days hunting your trophy stag, tour some of our beautiful country and experience a tahr hunt in our alpine regions. Then head south for a few days sightseeing in the adventure capital, Queenstown.
Inclusions For Two People:
- One Gold Red Stag hunt (up to 450 sci) and One Himalayan Tahr
- 4 nights Hunting
- 1 night Gibbston Winery
- 2 nights Tekapo
- 2 nights Queenstown
- Scenic flight with picnic
- Milford Sound Day Trip
- 6 Days Car Hire
Including entrance to:
- Thermal Pools
- Shotover Jetboating Experience
Cost: $23,999 USD
RED STAG & HIMAYLAN TAHR HUNTING TOUR
Day 1 – 4
Upon arrival into Christchurch, your Monarch guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation for the night in the centre of Christchurch. Then you will be transferred to our hunting area. A normal hunting day will start with an early breakfast before heading into the hills in search of your stag. It is likely you will not return until late afternoon. During your hunting days you also have the option of hunting rams, pigs or Fallow Buck. The evenings will be spent in the company of other guests and your Monarch guides. All meals and beverages included.
Day 5 – 6
After breakfast you will collect your hire car and head south to Aoraki National Park, home to New Zealand’s largest mountain Mount Cook. Your accommodation here is at the luxurious Mt Cook Lakeside Retreat set in 66 hectares of forest wilderness. Nestled between turquoise blue waters of Lake Pukaki and the majestic Ben Ohau ranges. During your stay here you will experience a scenic helicopter flight with a picnic on a glacier and an incredible evening of stargaving with the host of your lakeside retreat villa. Breakfast & dinner included.
Continuing south, you will pass through stunning mountain and lake scenery to arrive in the famous Gibbston wine region. You will spend a night at one of the many boutique wineries and sample some of their unique wines and delectable cuisine. Dinner included.
Days 8 – 9
A short drive to Queenstown, we recommend you visit the famous AJ Hackett Bungy Bridge where, if you are brave enough, you can choose to jump! Your stay in Queenstown is at the private and sophisticated Rees Hotel where you will spend the next 2 nights situated right on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. You will have time over to wander the shops, relax in your hotel or explore Queenstown’s vibrant cafe scene but one day trip not to be missed is the Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound. Regularly listed by Conde Nast and Trip Advisor as one of the top places in the world to visit, towering mountain landscapes and lush rainforest descend into the southern ocean to create huge fjords peppered with extra-ordinary waterfalls. Our price includes a day trip to Milford Sound from Queenstown and including a nature cruise.
This has been an epic New Zealand trip, immersing you in the South Island’s massive alpine environment, the scenic big lakes and the vibrant local scenes of Christchurch and Queenstown. Plus you will be walking away with a tremendous trophy and hunting stories to share. Your last day concludes with a 10 minute transfer to Queenstown airport to connect with your flight back home.
ANIMALS TO HUNT
RED STAG HUNTING
Tahr & Chamois
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- BALLARD -
“What an experience! Luke’s knowledge of the station we hunted and his consummate skills as a guide made for fantastic hunting. We saw lots of game and two spectacular stags, one of which became mine. Thanks Luke and the Monarch staff for making my hunt of a lifetime happen. We will do this again!”
- Mark schuck -
Thanks Luke! We had an awesome weekend. Jonty was pumped after shooting his first Red Stag and sticking his first pig.
- Chris Glassford -
Whether it was trophy hunting or meat harvesting, going hunting with Luke was a great time and really successful too. And the locations that Monarch takes you too were some of the best landscapes in New Zealand!!!! Our hunting adventure was a real experience in such a beautiful part of the world.
- Justin Long -