Travel Guard and Global Rescue protection insurances are highly recommended on all adventure travel trips. Speak with us when booking your trip for up-to-date details and cost.
You and your guests are cordially invited to come experience the best Wing Shooting in the world! With thousands of doves, liberal and consistent daily limit of ducks, and pigeons by the hundreds, more hunters travel to Argentina annually for bird hunting than to the entire continent of Africa.
The name Argentina comes from the Latin term “Argentum” which means “Silver.” The origin of this name goes back to the first voyages made by the Spanish conquerors to the Rio de la Plata. The survivors of the shipwrecked expedition mounted by Juan Diaz de Solis found indigenous people in the region who gave them silver objects as presents.
The Pampas, in the center of Argentina, is the largest and best-known area of plains. Agricultural and livestock activities are performed in this area, which includes the province of Buenos Aires, the northeast of La Pampa, south of Cordoba and south of Santa Fe. The most outstanding feature of Argentina is the diversity of climates, landscapes ecosystems and culture it contains, defining an array of beauty and contradictions that has always attracted and dazzled travelers.
Argentina ranks fifth in the world of wine producers. Among its stock, some of the most precious grapevines in the world are found such as the Malbec and the Torrontes. The climate and soils here have attributed to Argentina’s wine becoming world class. In addition to wines, Argentina is the world’s 5th largest consumer, 6th largest producer and 11th largest beef exporter.
We want your trip to Argentina to be a first class, memorable experience. In addition to enjoying the scenery, local culture and its people, we are certain your palate will love our wines, beef fit for a king, “Dulce de Leche” a wonderfully delicious caramel sauce enjoyed on toast, cookies, ice cream or fruit, empanadas (a traditional baked or fried turnover or pastry filled with meat, fruit, vegetables, etc.) and traditional Argentine barbecue cooked to order in the field while shooting if you would like. Even if you don’t consider yourself a beer drinker you must try a cold Quilmes cerveza, Argentina’s number one requested beer.
Want to visit Buenos Aires before or after you shoot? We have staff in Buenos Aires to meet you upon arrival and escort you while you enjoy shopping, sight-seeing, dining, tango shows, city tours, beautiful hotels, motorcycle tours, tours to Iguazu Falls, Mendoza Vineyards, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and more.
Dove season is open 365 days a year and there are no daily bag limits. The climate here yields an enormous grain crop forage base that supports millions of Doves. On a typical day our guests shoot between one and two thousand rounds of ammunition. Our dove shooting lodge will accommodate up to 12 guests and is a 90 minute drive from the Cordoba Airport.
Duck season is open May 1st through July 31st annually. The Duck limit is 25 per person in the morning and 25 per person in the evening. Common species are Muscovy, Comb, Southern Wigeon, Yellow Billed Pintail, Speckled Teal, Red Shoveler, Cinnamon Teal, White-Cheeked Pintail, Silver Teal, Rosy-Billed Pochard, Brazilian Teal, Ringed Teal, Black-Headed, Lake Ducks and Masked Ducks.
During most of the season we offer Perdiz shooting in addition to Duck shooting. Each hunter can expect to shoot 8 to 10 Perdiz per day.
We have two areas to select from allowing us to shoot pigeons from early April until early November. One of our areas offers excellent shooting for Doves and Pigeon from the same “post” or “stand.” Daily harvest of 250-300 pigeons per guest is normal.
Questions Often Asked:
What temperatures can we expect in the Southern hemisphere?
Summer: December, January, February & March – This is the warmest time of the year with highs being in the 90’s.
Fall: April, May & June – Normal day time temperatures will reach 70 to 80 degrees.
Winter: July & August – Temperatures often drop into the low 30’s at night and depending on wind, clouds, rain or sunshine up to 60 degrees for day time highs.
Spring: September, October & November – Day time temperatures will climb into the 70’s and 80’s.