Clay Pigeon Shooting
If ever there was a classic opportunity to dress up like a country squire, it's clay pigeon shooting! Pack your tweeds and monocles, chaps. It's time to take the shooting party all the way to Krakow.
Krakow sits on the banks of the Vistula River, surrounded by some of the most beautiful country in Poland. This is your chance to seriously disturb the peace of ancient Polish woods and fields by shooting things in posh clothes.
You don't need an ancient English country estate to pull out all the stops. We recommend getting the chaps involved in a moustache contest to get into the spirit of the event. Bust out the Dapper Dan hair oil, wax those soup-strainers and live the life of a gent on tour.
You'll be kitted out with automatic shotguns, and trained to handle them by expert instructors. And don't worry about a language gap - we're also sending a beautiful guide with you, to smooth over any difficulties in comprehension.
The shoot is only 25 minutes from Krakow, and is suited to groups of between 8 and 20 people. Learn some seriously badass skills, including tracking, rising and leading. There's simply nothing like it.
In a nutshell:
- Clay rifles and 20 shells each
- Ear protection
- Instructors and guide