October – May
Prime time: December-April
Beceite ibex belong to the Capra species and this particular goat is one of the most remarkable species in Spain with the widest and tallest horns. Ibex don’t shed their horns and continue to grow them continuously during their life. The length of the horns of a non-medal Beceite ibex can reach around 27” and the thickness at the base of horns will be around 9”. High-Gold trophies can reach impressive lengths of 36” and over with 10” thick bases. Our outfitter has exclusive free range hunting access to 50,000-acres of government ground. Although the region is a mountainous area approximately 4,500-ft in elevation, the difficulty of the hunt can be adapted to the physical condition of the hunter. These mountains are covered by a surprising network of roads. You guide will be able to take you up to the top of the peaks and down into the valleys without challenging your physical ability to the extreme.
The accommodation and the food is purely Spanish, in the middle of the country side where you get to see, taste and feel the essence of the Spanish culture.
Your 5-day trip begins upon arrival at the Valencia airport. Your host will transfer you to the hotel in the hunting area – around a 2 hours drive- where you will have lunch and in the afternoon sight in your firearm. The next two days you will hunt starting at dawn and back to the hotel after sunset. You will enjoy a picnic style lunch taking advantage of when the ibex lay down at noon.
Your 4th day will be spent visiting Peñiscola castle, located on the shore of the Mediterranean sea. Lunch in a very exclusive restaurant with fresh caught fish. In the afternoon you´ll enjoy a boat tour on the underground river -Grutas de San Jose- close to Valencia with traditional food and paella tasting for dinner in Valencia.
$14,975 – Price includes one hunter and one companion.
Extra Costs for optional medal upgrades for the Beceite Ibex (depending on CIC points)
Bronze (205-219.9 CIC): between $302 and $4,538
Silver (220-229.9 CIC): between $4,840 and $8,621
Gold (230-249.9 CIC): between $9,135 and $18,906
Super Gold (over 250 CIC): starting at $19,692
Roe Deer add on $4,000
Trophy fees subject to change
Pick up at the airport and assistance with gun clearance
5 days /4 nights stay at a hotel with full board accommodation
1 hunter + 1 companion in double room with bathroom, Wi-Fi, gourmet restaurant
Accommodation in 17th century vintage manor house
Trophy fee for 1 Beceite ibex (up to 204,99 CIC points, 72 SCI points)
Hunting license and insurance
First preparation of the trophy on the field
Transport back to the airport and assistance with gun clearance
Professional hunter 1×1; Bilingual translator and interpreter 24/7 (EN-SP)
1 day for tourism for the hunter and non hunting companion
All prices include 21% VAT Tax (Governmental compulsory tax)
Tickets for the castle and the boat tour are not included in the price and will be paid at the entrance
Alcoholic drinks, excluding the soft drinks during meals
Phone calls, personal expenses, admission tickets
Airfare (international or local) and/or train tickets
Gun rental ($365 for entire trip)
veterinary certificate ($242)
Skin dip, taxidermy, packing and shipping
Gratuities or tips
Day 1 – depart for Valencia, Spain
Day 2 – Pick up at the airport, ground transfer to the hunting area; lunch and dinner at the hotel
Day 3 – 4 – Hunting days: Breakfast and dinner at the hotel, picnic style lunch
Day 5 – Tourism day (Peñiscola castle and boat tour for Grutas de San José, biggest underground lake in Europe)
Day 6 – Ground transfer to the Valencia airport in the morning, gun exportation guidance
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.