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82 hunting trips from 19 outfitters starting from $790

82 hunts
$790 starting from
25 animals
6,490km to the nearest trip

About hunting in South America

South America is the world’s most popular hunting destination for foreign sportsmen and women, with more than 20,000 hunters visiting annually. The majority of them come to experience South America’s legendary bird shooting. But South America is the best of both worlds for a hunter, offering outstanding big-game hunting as well as world-class bird shooting. Ducks, geese, pigeons, and perdiz (partridge) draw hunters to bird-hunting meccas like Argentina and Uruguay, but it’s the doves, estimated in the hundreds of millions, that have made this region famous. Doves and pigeons are considered agricultural pests in some countries and can be shot year-round. A South American dove hunt is an unforgettable experience and one that should be on every serious hunter’s wish list. South America is also known for its red stag hunting. Red stags were released into the Patagonia region of Argentina about 100 years ago, and they have thrived. There are many other free-range introduced species to hunt, including wild boar, water buffalo, blackbuck antelope, and fallow deer. In addition, in some countries you can hunt some of South America’s native species, such as capybara, collared peccary, brocket deer, and puma.

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All In One Package '19

All In One Package '19 Argentina

Parque Diana could be called one of the pioneers in the quest for record trophies in the Americas. Founded by German Consul Dr. Carl Adolf Vogel, who was in search of wide open spaces which could no longer be found on the European continent, acquired 85,000 hectares in the virgin woods of Patagonia. Conservation might have been Consul Vogel’s main motive to build Parque Diana, but his quest for excellence is easy to notice when he began his search for the best (and ONLY the best) trophy Red Deer in England, Austria and Hungary. Over 5 species of deer, goats and wild sheep were selected in the European tradition and shipped by boat first to Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina) and then 1,600km by land to the new reserve he decided to name Parque Diana. Red deer adapted well to Patagonia and found an environment which nurtured record/monster stags. Free range red stag season: 10th of march to 15th of April. Estate red stag season: 1st of march to 31st of July. The package includes one 380-400 SCI Red Stag, one Mouflon Silver Medal, one day of Quail Hunt, one day of Trout Fishing.

Trip duration: 5 days

Trip available on: 1 May 2019 31 May 2019

$14,000 for 1 hunter
High Volume Dove Shooting

High Volume Dove Shooting Argentina

Enjoy best high volume dove hunting while staying at our lodge. Our privileged location for dove hunting activities guarantees a great hunt to any visitor. The amount of doves flying each day our skies, can easily prove it. Hunters can easily shoot up to 1000 rounds per day and even more while enjoying best services and hospitality of our lodge. Below is a typical hunting day at Benedicta Outfitters Lodge: 7:30 a.m. – Waking up call. 8:00 a.m. – Breakfast is served. Every great day, starts with a great breakfast !. Enjoy variety of fresh fruits, cereals, toast and eggs, dulce de leche and much more. Enjoy great breakfast at our outside dinning terrace before a 5-15 minutes walk/drive to de blinds. 8:30 a.m. –Head to hunting area - Dove hunters will be guided to the hunting area. Morning hunt activity lasts 3 to 4 hours and is adjustable according to each client preference. 12:30 p.m. – Lunch time - Enjoy a traditional Argentinean asado (BBQ) field lunch.Taste wonderful empanadas,ribs, pork sausages, dove brochettes, and much more combined with excellent beverages. 1:30 p.m. – The nap time - Enjoy relaxing afternoon nap on our hammocks. 3 p.m. – Afternoon shooting - 4-hour shooting activity. 7pm - Cocktail or picada Argentina. - After full day activity we head back to the lodge for a snack or typical picada argentina. Recount the day stories with fellow hunters. Optional we can head to a local bar with gauchos to have a fresh beer. 8:00 p.m. – Dinner is served. Taste our great cuisine with traditional menu including our best cuts of Argentinean beef.

Trip duration: 3 days

Trip available on: 1 March 2018 1 March 2019

$1,200 for 1 hunter
Parque Diana Free-Range and Estate Hunt

Parque Diana Free-Range and Estate Hunt Argentina

Parque Diana could be called one of the pioneers in the quest for record trophies in the Americas. Founded by German Consul Dr. Carl Adolf Vogel, who was in search of wide open spaces which could no longer be found on the European continent, acquired 85,000 hectares in the virgin woods of Patagonia. Conservation might have been Consul Vogel’s main motive to build Parque Diana, but his quest for excellence is easy to notice when he began his search for the best (and ONLY the best) trophy Red Deer in England, Austria and Hungary. Over 5 species of deer, goats and wild sheep were selected in the European tradition and shipped by boat first to Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina) and then 1,600km by land to the new reserve he decided to name Parque Diana. Red deer adapted well to Patagonia and found an environment which nurtured record/monster stags. Free range red stag season: 10th of march to 15th of April. Estate red stag season: 1st of march to 31st of July.

Trip duration: 3 - 10 days

Trip available on: 1 March 2019 31 July 2019

$2,550 for 1 hunter
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