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At one time, estancia El Rincon, which extended to over three million acres, was one of the largest in the country. River Plate refurbished and upgraded the original home, which was built in 1890, to restore it to the glory of its early days. It offers 8 bedrooms and 4 baths and can comfortably accommodate a group of up to 14 hunters.
Action-filled days, impeccable organization and highly competent guides place El Rincon and its sister estancia, Santa Rosa, a notch above all other regional lodges.
Day 1: Depart U.S
Day 2: Arrive to Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital city, where you will be met by River Plate’s ground transfer team and driven to the estancia (3 ½ hour drive). After lunch and siesta, 15 minute drive to the high volume duck area. Back to the estancia for drinks and dinner with briefing by your host on the hunting days to come.
Days 3-5: Three full shooting days. Wake up call around 6:00 a.m., breakfast and transfer to different duck areas; all at a 15 minute drive radius. Back to the estancia for cocktails and lunch. After a siesta, return to the duck blinds, or alternatively, Dove and Perdiz both optional are available within 1½ hour drive.
Day 6: Morning Duck hunt. Transfer to Buenos Aires International airport after lunch.
Day 7: Arrive U.S.