Wolf hunting in Mongolia: a wasteful practice or a necessary way to preserve the balance?
One of the greatest things about Mongolia is the free-roaming game wandering the endless terrain. Millions of domesticated livestock roam the steppes, deserts and mountain ranges all across the scenic Mongolian landscape. For the local herders who make their living from cultivating livestock, the open nature of Mongolia presents a major problem with predators. In particular, Mongolia has a major problem with wolves and their natural inclination to hunt livestock.
While wolf hunting in Mongolia might seem like an extraordinary pursuit, the government of Mongolia has issued mandates that allow locals and foreigners to hunt wolves freely within the boundaries of our beautiful country. Given the expanding populations of wild predators in Mongolia, there is no real limit to how many can be hunted throughout the year.
As an eco-friendly tour company, iTravel is offering this unique wolf hunting opportunity for groups of up to 10 people. A typical wolf hunt will include all the equipment and guides necessary to ensure that your individual expedition is done as safely as possible. Camping and hiking is a must during this expedition.
iTravel’s pledge to maintain and upkeep the environment and culture of Mongolia means that we will take extra precautions to ensure that we stay within the boundaries of our eco-friendly mission statement.
This wolf hunt expedition is open to all levels of hunting enthusiasts — beginner to advanced.
For a truly unique experience, be sure to check out our Wolf and Snow Leopard Tour as well!