Argentina Duck and Dove Hunts
Buenos Aires is a top tourist destination, and is known for its preserved Eclectic European architecture and rich cultural life. It's definitely a trip that should be on your bucket list.
Our controlled areas in Argentina are home to millions of migrating waterfowl and offers some of the best hunting in the world!
We can also export your trophy to you for lasting memories!
Our duck hunting in Argentina takes place in the rich bottom lands of Pedro Luro near the Colorado River.
The Duck season during the winter, May - August is mild. Early morning temperatures rarely fall below 40 degree with temperatures rising to the mid- 70s during the day. Clothing in layers is recommended.
Duck species in Argentina consist of local varieties as well as migratory ducks, depending on weather patterns. Migratory species include Rosy Billed Pochards, several species of Teal, and Pintails. The local species which are not affected by migration are Brazilian Teal, Ring Teal, Speckled Teal, Silver Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Red Shoveler and Whistling Ducks. All of our duck hunting properties are in the most ideal duck habitat in Argentina due to the fabulous amount of fresh water it possesses in rivers, marshes and ponds.
"This is the best trip I've ever taken for waterfowl hunting!...Ben Moss, Atl, Ga.)
White faced Whistling Duck, Cinnamon Teal, Red Shoveler, Red Crested Pochard,
Yellow Billed Teal, Patagonian Crested Duck, Yellow Billed Pintail, Silver Teal
We have several packages to choose from and all of our hunts include:
5 Star Lodge, excellent gourmet meals, room service daily, guns, experienced guides field transportation and airport transfers.(Shells and tips not included)
5-day Duck/Dove package with 6 full hunts including airport transfers $2400
(Tips and shells extra)
5-12 day packages available ..........$780.00 pp per added day(2 hunts per day)
Fly into Buenos Aires and connect to the Ezeiza airport in Bahia Blanca
We welcome you to join us for the adventure of a lifetime.
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