Game & Locations 2017-07-17T19:09:04+00:00
Hawaii Safaris Hunting Locations

Hawaii Safaris specializes in hunting on the Big Island, Maui, Molokai, and Kauai for Axis deer, Goat, Black Hawaiian Sheep, Boar, and more.  View our noted game types below with seasonal times.  For pricing, travel and reservation requests, please contact us here.

BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII

  • 30,000 acres
  • South Point: Spanish/”Hawaiian Ibex” goats
  • Kealakekua: Black Hawaiian Sheep
  • Laupahoehoe: Wild Boar

MAUI

  • 1,800 acres
  • Makawao: Axis Deer and Boar
  • Lahaina: Black and Grey Francolin/Laceneck Dove (Nov.-Jan.)

MOLOKAI

  • 40,000 acres
  • Axis Deer, Spanish Goat, and Boar

KAUAI

  • 30,000 acres
  • Lihue: Wild Boar

SPANISH AND “HAWAIIAN IBEX” GOATS

KONA, HAWAII

Season Opens: Year Round

Originally brought to the islands in the 1700’s by Capt. Vancouver, these goats exist in our more rugged terrain.  Being a “fugitive species”, large numbers are found in the vicinity of steep cliffs and lava fields.  We boast a population of over 1,500 animals in our combined hunting areas.  Trophy animals are considered anything over 22″ length or spread.  Management/meat hunts are $600.00.

RIO GRANDE TURKEY

BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII

Season Opens: November 1-March 31

Season Ends: February/April-October

Full day hunt price for two hunters is $600.00 each.

Most Spring gobbler hunts are conducted as a 2 1/2 day two tom limit for $1,250.00 per hunter.

GAME BIRD HUNTING

Season Opens: October

Season Ends: February 15

We offer some of the most unique, mixed bag, wild bird hunting found in the world.  German short-haired escort you through our prime cover to pursue 9 species of upland game birds.  Species include: 3 pheasant , 3 francolin, 2 quail, and chukar.  Sand Grouse , Lace-neck  and Barred Dove pass shooting is available from ground blinds.  Half Day guided hunts with gun & ammo, $400.00/hunter.  Full Day guided hunts with gun & ammo. $700.00/hunter

BLACK HAWAIIAN SHEEP

KONA, HAWAII

Season Opens: Year Round

Black Hawaiian Sheep were first introduced to Hawai’i by Capt. Vancouver in the late 1700’s.  Large populations exist in our upper elevation dry land forest and meadows.  Mouflon Sheep are generally hunted in steeper open upland terrain and have excellent eye sight.  Trophy Black Hawaiian and Mouflon rams sport horns in the 30″+ range.  Mouflon hunts are conducted on a neighboring island and are a two day package.

AXIS DEER

KONA, HAWAII

Season Opens: April-September

Axis Deer were introduced to Hawaii in 1867 as a gift to King Kamehameha.  They produce beautiful Trophy mounts and are great table fare.  Trophy bucks average 30 inch long antlers and will reach up to 38″ main beams.  Our hunting areas support healthy populations in prime habitat.  Hunts are conducted on a neighboring island as a two and a half day package.

POLYNESIAN BOAR

KONA, HAWAII

Season Opens: Year Round

Polynesian Boars arrived in Hawaii over 2,000 years ago with the first migrations of Polynesians ou islands.  Being nocturnal by nature, most of our hunts are “spot and stalk” and conducted in the late evening or early morning.  Typical boars harvested sport 2-3.5 inch tusks but can range all the way up to 5 inches.  Body size is smaller than Russian or feral pigs and is comparative to a Havalina sized boar.