Moose Hunt

Tra­di­tion­al Finnish moose hunts are held in the diverse ter­rain of Pohjois-Sarvi­lahti. From wast fields to hard­wood forests, the wide vari­ety of land­scapes pro­vides an excit­ing and chal­leng­ing array of hunt­ing experiences.

After the hunt you’re invit­ed to the his­tor­i­cal man­ner house to get famil­iar with the his­to­ry of Sarvilahti. 

Con­fer­ence space and hos­pi­tal­i­ty ser­vices can be pro­vid­ed upon request.

All par­tic­i­pants are required to own a hunt­ing license from their home­land with proof of hunt­ing rights for big game such as moose/elk. In oth­er cas­es the test has to be done in Finland.

Small game such as rab­bit or fox can be hunt­ed upon request.

For more infor­ma­tion vis­it http://riista.fi/en/foreign-guest-needs-able-hunt-finland/ or give us a call.

Want to hunt with your own dog! Leave us a mes­sage or call and buy your own license for the season!

His­to­ry of Sarvilahti

Sarvi­lahti was found­ed by Creutz. in 1683 Baron Lorentz Creutz built Suur-sarvi­lahti Manor, lat­er on after Creutz, the fam­i­ly of Von Born inher­it­ed the lands.

In 1907 Baron Vik­tor M. Von Born decid­ed it was time to divide Sarvi­lahti, So the eldest son Ernst Von Born stayed at Suur-sarvi­lahti as the sec­ond son was grant­ed North­ern-Sarvi­lahti, so in 1914 a sec­ond manor was built.

Con­tact us

Sarvi­lahti Hunt­ing Trips

Email:
Sarvilahtihuntingtrips@gmail.com

Phone:
+358407539629

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