To get to the realm of the giant sheep, the famous explorer Marco Polo in 1421 would need many months - the modern hunter only one day. For the journey to Kamchatka, the German physician Georg Steller needed two and a half years in 1737 - you can do it after a 10-hour flight.


Yes, much has become better in the new millennium. Camel caravans and turban-covered faces are a thing of the past. You can expect magnificent untapped hunting grounds, experienced guides and huge trophies. Whether Kamchatka with its volcanoes and geysers, or the snow-capped five-thousanders of the Tienshan, whether swamps the size of a German government district or grain fields of a size that would take our farmers' breath away. So far and yet so close!