Romania is one of the few countries in Europe that still retains its true wilderness character. Wolves, brown bears, and wild boars inhabit the primeval forests, and roe deer, red stags, fallow deer, and Carpathian chamois are also abundant. The country offers a wide variety of hunting experiences, from rustic hunts by carriage for roe deer to classic hunts for red stags in sprawling forests, to hunts in the dead of winter for wild boars and wolves.
The largest subspecies of chamois in the world, the Carpathian chamois, is native to the Carpathian Mountains. The red stags of the remote Carpathian Mountains grow larger, on average, than red stags in Western Europe, and Romania has produced some of the largest stags ever taken.