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Join us for this fast-paced drive hunt in one of Europe's most popular countries for wild boar drives.

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Contact us at [email protected] or +46 313 20 41 00 for booking.

Hunting in Papuk Croatia

46.995kr per person

The next available date is 2024:

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Join us on this fast-paced drive hunt in one of Europe's most popular countries for wild boar drives.

For three days we hunt wild boar in the Croatian mountain region of Papuk.

We work with professional hunting organizations on site and have great confidence in them. In Croatia we have English-speaking hunting guides with great experience of the game and the area, they are very keen to present great experiences to the guests who come.

The territory we hunt on is part of Mount Papuk, the land is about 10,600 hectares and has a fantastic nature with varying terrain.

The Croatian guides have very good knowledge of the land and decide which areas we hunt shortly before the hunt, as they know where they have large groups of wild boar. Normally three sows are hunted per day.

There are no prepared paths or passes in the same way as in Sweden. Therefore, each pass is different from another, some passes have an incredibly beautiful view of a long ravine in front of them and some passes are narrower with dense bushes all around. This is part of the charm of Croatia.

The hunt requires little of the hunter as there are often difficult and quick shots.

There may also be some challenging hiking out to the pass as we hunt in a mountainous area. 

Historical shooting of 15 hunters is about 40-60 wild boars during three days of hunting. The distribution is usually 10% boars, 10% females and 80% smaller boars on the parade.

Travel & accommodation in Sirac

We start the trip by flying to Zagreb in Croatia from Gothenburg or Stockholm.

Next, a 2.5-hour drive takes you to the town of Sirac, a small town near the mountainous area of Papuk. Here you have the chance to enjoy the Croatian countryside.

Once at the accommodation, we meet the guides who welcome us. Then there is time to get settled in the rooms before a pre-drink in the bar and a nice welcome dinner.

The family that owns the hunting rights in this territory built the accommodation in 2016, mainly for hunting guests. They have organized a cold room with an adjacent slaughterhouse. All meat is Trichinella tested and sold to local restaurants.

The accommodation has 22 beds in double and triple rooms. All rooms have a toilet and shower. On the ground floor there is a bar and a dining room where our meals are served. There is also a ventilated drying room for boots and wet clothes.

On the second floor there is a large salon with local trophies on the walls. Here we socialize and have breakfast and dinner for 4 days. Lunch is served on the hunting ground.

The guides give a briefing on the hunt during the evening.

Shots & Pots hunting film

Lubbe was in Croatia and recorded an action-packed hunting movie from our wild boar hunt in Croatia. Very worth seeing!

Side By Side hunting movie

Madeleine has also been to Croatia to shoot a very nice movie. The feeling we all felt was really captured in the movie!

Contact us to book

46.995kr per person

[email protected] or +46 313 20 41 00 to make a reservation.

What is included in the price of the trip:

What's coming:

It includes up to 20 wild boars (including boars) per group & day.

If less than 10 wild boars are shot per group & day, SEK 2,000 per person & day will be refunded.

If between 21 and 30 wild boars are shot per group & day, an additional SEK 3,400 per person & day is added.

If between 31 and 40 wild boars are shot per group & day, an additional SEK 8,100 per person & day is added.

If more than 40 wild boars are shot per group & day, an additional SEK 14,300 per person & day is added.

The trip requires a minimum of 15 people.

Frequently asked questions for our hunting trips

Should your trip be canceled due to Corona, you will be offered the opportunity to reschedule your trip to a later date or refund the total amount you paid at the time of booking.

To take a hunting weapon out of the country, you need an EU passport for your weapon. You can apply for this from the police. Read more on the police website. You should apply for this immediately when booking a trip as it can take a few weeks to process. Processing times at the police vary.

Before the trip, you also need to fill in a form on the Swedish Customs website. Read more here. Before your trip, we will let you know what information you need to fill in and guide you on how to check in hunting weapons at the airport.

Unfortunately, silencers are not allowed in many countries around the world. Countries where silencers are not allowed include Poland, Croatia, Spain, England and Scotland. Always double-check the laws and regulations before departure.

When booking, a deposit of SEK 12,000 is invoiced, which must be paid within 10 days. Closer to departure, the remaining amount is invoiced, the remaining amount must be paid no later than 40 days before departure. It also serves as a partial payment of the total amount. Any trap fees will be invoiced after returning home.

If you want to pay your invoice by card, we recommend using the Betalo payment service.

Going on a hunting trip means new experiences and memories for life. Unfortunately, it's not possible to control everything that happens, and sometimes unexpected things happen that can cause problems. So it's good to be insured both before and during your trip.

Often the travel protection included in home insurance and credit cards does not cover everything you need or want.

To make you feel as safe as possible when traveling with us, we have chosen to cooperate with Europeiska ERV, which has over 100 years in the industry. Together with Europeiska ERV, we offer their Travel Insurance Plus and Cancellation Protection.

For more information or to take out insurance, please contact us and we will help you.