No visit to Argentina would be complete without partaking in the infamous dove shooting, so round out the day and the bag with your fill of the estate’s 20 million eared dove.
KIT & CLOTHING
No specific clothing is required for the dove shooting. Neutral colours are best, and wearing lots of layers to take into account the extreme range of temperatures which can be experienced during the day is adviseable.
Duck shooting requires better concealment and a camouflage outer layer is recommended.
While the perdiz over pointers is carried out on relatively easy terrain, we still recommend a good pair of walking boots.
12-28 bore double or semi-auto shotgun
We recommend renting a suitable semi-auto from the lodge on arrival
Cartridges are supplied by the lodge
Two to eighteen guns
AIRPORT OF ARRIVAL
VISAS & LICENCES
Hunting licences arranged by Outside Days.
Contact your GP for the most up to date recommendations
We ask all our clients to ensure they hold third party liability insurance.
For foreign trips we recommend that individuals take out holiday insurance.
Tipping practices vary between lodges. At our primary lodge, the lodge manager collects $100 USD per day per person and distributes it between the lodge and field staff. No additional tipping is required.
The peso is the currency of Argentina, but almost all establishments prefer US dollars