Hunting in Neuquen

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5 hunting trips from 3 outfitters starting from $3,500

5 hunts
$3,500 starting from
13 animals
5418mi to the nearest trip

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Neuquén is situated in the western part of Argentina and is part of the Patagonia region. It borders Chile to the west, across the Andes Mountains. Within Argentina, it's surrounded by the provinces of Mendoza to the north, La Pampa to the northeast, Río Negro to the southeast, and Chubut to the south.

About hunting in Neuquen

Located in the west of Argentina, where the Andes reach to the skies, Neuquén is a prime destination for hunters seeking a challenging and scenic hunting experience. Read more...

Neuquén's geography is diverse, starting with the Andes in the west, where most hunting opportunities are found, and transitioning to plateaus and valleys towards the east. The region is known for its stunning landscapes, including forests, rivers, lakes, and volcanic formations. The province is also home to several national parks, including Lanín and Nahuel Huapi, which showcase the natural beauty of the Patagonian Andes. Neuquén’s varied terrain supports a wide range of plant and animal life. The Andean region has dense forests with native species like the Patagonian Cypress and Arrayán. The province is popular for big game hunting, particularly for species like red deer, European wild boar, and cougars. It also offers good opportunities for small game and bird hunting, including species like ducks and geese. The province’s unique geography offers diverse hunting environments, from dense forests to open valleys. Big game hunting is the main attraction of Neuquén, which is especially renowned for its red deer hunting, set against the backdrop of the spectacular Andean scenery. There are also fallow, axis and Pere David deer hunts, as well as wild boar, blackbuck and mouflon. Some outfitters offer free-range hunting after "Texas" and "Patagonian" Dall sheep and the Balearean goat. International travelers typically fly into Buenos Aires and then take a domestic flight to Neuquén City or San Carlos de Bariloche in neighboring Río Negro. The province can also be reached by road, offering scenic routes through the Patagonian landscape. Beyond hunting, Neuquén offers a plethora of outdoor activities, including hiking, skiing, and fishing, particularly for trout in its many rivers and lakes. The region is also known for its thermal springs and rich paleontological sites, like the famous dinosaur discoveries in the Neuquén Basin. Wine tourism is another attraction, with the province being part of the renowned Patagonian wine route. Hide details

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BYH Exclusive: Patagonian & Dall Sheep

10 1 review
Neuquen, Argentina
Other sheep, Patagonian Dall
Trip duration: 6 days
Season: 1 Mar 2025 - 30 Jun 2025
Package price
$6,500
$8,000
for 6 days, 1 hunter

5 Days x 6 Nights Big Game Hunt 2x1 '25

10 1 review
Neuquen, Argentina
Axis deer, Balearian goat, Blackbuck, Dall sheep, Fallow deer...
Trip duration: 5 days
Season: 1 Mar 2025 - 30 Jun 2025
Daily rate fee
$3,500
$5,500
for 5 days, 2 hunters

Exciting Red Stag Hunt in Patagonia

Neuquen, Argentina
Red deer
Trip duration: 4 - 7 days
Season: 1 Mar 2024 - 30 Jun 2024
Price from
$5,700
for 4 days, 1 hunter
Neuquen

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