For those who love hunting in the wild and spending nights in bivouacs amid magnificent tundra landscapes, this experience is a real adventure. The European reindeer is the largest trophy relative to its body size. It lives in the tundra regions of northern Europe, with one of the largest populations in Norway. Around a thousand reindeer live in this area, including around 170 adult males considered to be trophies. Like its cousin, the Canadian caribou, the reindeer is a migratory animal. Their movements depend on various factors such as climate, insects and food. If the migration follows its normal course, the hunt is generally completed in 2 to 3 days. However, it is advisable to allow at least five days for the hunt, as the climate in northern regions can sometimes be unpredictable.