Tyumen oblast is located 2500km east of Moscow, it stretches from the Arctic Ocean to the boundary with Kazakhstan and divides the Russian Federation into two parts: Ural and Siberia. The nature of Tyumen land is rich and various. There are various natural climate zones: the Arctic tundra on the Far North changes into the typical tundra and forest-tundra, then into taiga, forest-steppe and steppe in the south. The largest rivers of the region, the Ob and the Irtysh, are navigable. Most part of the territory (about 43 million hectares) is covered with forests.
In the southern part of Tyumen oblast, where hunting is organized, average temperatures during a day time in August/September is from +10 to +20°C, night time from +5°C to +10°C. October from +5°C to -10°C.
Hunting area is located in Eastern part of Kazansky district. Close to Kazakhstan border, also borders with Kurgan oblast. On arrival to Tyumen town, ground transportation to hunting area, this takes around 5 hours. Area is low landed and rich with forests.