The base cost includes: Round trip transportation from Fort Nelson to the main lodge, and outpost camps. Food, accommodation and guide services. Field care of meat, field-caping and pre-preparation of trophies. Royalties on game taken.
When it comes to big game Dunedin offers our clients a variety of hunting styles: horseback, 4x4, ATV or Argo and river boat. Each style allows itself plenty of time to spot and stalk.
This style is very popular at Dunedin, hunting on horses allows the hunter to cover more area with relative ease. The horse does most the work while the hunter preserves energy. No need to be a skilled rider, if a hunter can sit firmly in the saddle, the horse does the rest. We will teach you what is necessary to know.
4x4, ATV or Argo
These hunts are intended for individuals who prefer to hunt with relative ease and cover lots of ground in a day. Hunts are restricted to water holes, trails and old logging roads. Walking distance is contingent on the individual`s physical condition. These hunts are based out of the main lodge unless otherwise specified.
This hunting style is an easy way to go. Boat hunts are for those that prefer a less strenuous hunt, and gives plenty of time to glass and take pictures. Depending on the season, distance and weather, overnight camping might be required at times.
Not Included in Price
* Hunting licenses and species tags
* Harvest fees for second animal
* Non Resident Hunt Preservation Fund ($200)
* Alcoholic beverages.
* Shipping, crating and exporting permits.
Payment accepted only in: cash, traveller or certified cheques, money order or wire payment. A 50% deposit is required to book all hunts. The balance of the fee is due 60 days before the hunt. Harvest fees for extra animals are due upon arrival as Cash, Cashier's Cheque or Money Order.
Notice of cancellation must be in writing and received 60 days prior to the hunts. Deposits will be refunded, less a 20% service charge.
Meat and Trophy Handling
Upon completion of your hunt, we will have your trophy ready for the taxidermist and the meat ready for the meat cutter.
Dunedin's philosophy on tipping is simple "If you feel the personnel has done a good job and has gone the extra mile for you, then perhaps they deserve a tip." The amount of the tip is entirely up to you. From past experience, tips to guides have been in the 10% range and wranglers 5% range.
Each hunter and guest is required to sign a Liability Release and Waiver for upon arrival.
It is recommended that a hunter arrive at least one day in advance of the hunt start date to meet their guide, settle in and have some time to sight in their rifle or bow.