Ronda Ibex Hunting Trips

Spain is blessed with a mild Mediterranean climate and a wide variety of terrain. With mountains in the north, south, central and west of the country, as well as rolling hills, forests and farmland, Spain offers a long list of game animals, many of which are unique to the Iberian Peninsula.

Spain is famous for its four varieties of ibex, each of which occupies four disparate geographical regions. The Spanish ibex (Capra pyrenaica) has four subspecies: Gredos, found in the Gredos Mountains near Madrid; Beceite, in the mountains of Valencia; and the Southeastern and Ronda ibex, both of which are found in the coastal mountains of Andalusia.

Ronda Ibex

The smallest of the 4 types of Ibex and probably the most difficult to hunt, due to the smaller population compared to other species. Horns are resembling that of an Alpine ibex, V-shape with backward spiral, less turn and rather straight. Located in the south of Spain, in the Andalusian province of Malaga. Its habitat are forest areas, very steep lime stone mountains that sometimes may require some light climbing. The hunt is nicely challenging. Rutting going from end of October till November. Also a beautiful area to discover after the hunt, with amazing hotspots like Ronda, Seville or Cordoba nearby.

Daily Rates:

  • Hunter $500/day
  • Observer $300/day
  • Tourism $400/day


  • Hunting guide and interpreter
  • Airport pickup and transfer to hunting area
  • Lodging, food, drinks


  • Trophy fees
  • Hotels before and after hunt
  • License and Insurance ($200)
  • Taxidermy and shipment of trophies
  • Vet Certificate and Export permit per trophy ($150)
  • Tips
  • Personal Expenses
  • 21% VAT on final invoice

Trophy Fees:

  • Representative-up to 205  CIC      $5,800
  • Bronze-205-220 CIC                        $6,900
  • Silver-220-230 CIC                           $8,500
  • Gold-230+ CIC                                  $9,500