Welcome to Hawaii’s Safaris from The Big Island, Maui to Kauai the finest Hunting Safaris.
Thank you for your interest in hunting with Hawaii Safaris. Owner and operator Patrick Fisher returned home to Hawaii with a degree in wildlife biology in 1992 and established Hawaii Safaris. Today we are Hawaii’s oldest and most diverse hunting outfitter. Our private hunting areas extend over four islands and include 110,000 acres of prime hunting grounds. We offer excellent free range trophy hunting for axis deer, mouflon, black Hawaiian, feral sheep, boar, Spanish /“Hawaiian Ibex” goats on the Big Island of Hawaii, Maui, Molokai and Kauai. Over the years, we have been featured on over 50 of the most popular hunting programs and hunting publications.
Hunting in Hawaii is the perfect vacation and some of our prime areas are a short drive from five star hotels, beaches, shopping and dining. We encourage family safaris, although your significant other won’t complain about basking in the sun while you hunt in Hawaii. We have maintained a 100% opportunity and 98% success rate on our free range trophy hunting in Hawaii and Montana, so book your next hawaii-safari.
We are committed to providing a quality hunting safari experience and our guides are geared to assist in the harvest of your Hawaiian trophy. Our large, private ranches continually produce exceptional quality game. Hawaii Safaris guides are professional and born and raised in Hawaii with excellent local knowledge. We hope to share our incredible Hawaii and Montana Hunting Safari opportunities with you in the near future.
We have had the pleasure of hosting the industries best including Jim Shockey, Craig Boddington, Jim Burnworth, Chad Schearer, and Mike Rogers.
We look forward to sharing our Hawaii Hunting Safari with you on the Big Island of Hawaii ,Maui, Molokai, or Kauai.
We look forward to meeting and sharing this unique part of Hawaii Safaris with you in the near future.
Mahalo and good hunting!
“Waikiki has its night life, but there is another side to the Hawaiian Islands. You connect with the land and its people when you hear the bugle of the axis buck and smell deer in the long grass. I’ve hunted Spanish goats, feral sheep and Axis deer with Pat Fisher and look forward to carrying a rifle in Hawaii again.”