Around 97% of all hunts in Argentina are organized in private hunting grounds. Most of the big game species have been introduced here from other countries. Endemic species include Pecari and Capybara, which can be harvested only in Argentina, and of course, Puma. The country is also blessed with large numbers of wing game that inhabit its fields and farmlands.
The hunting season in Argentina lasts from the end of February till the end of June. Several species are legal to hunt for all year round. The wingshooting season is from May till August.
Buenos Aires is a city of arrival. From here, you will need to take a short domestic flight and then the car transfer to the hunting area will follow.
Argentina has both free range and fenced hunting grounds. Horses or 4x4 vehicles are used for transportation around the area. The stalk is completed on foot.
The wing game is hunted at the fields or waterbodies. Hunting dogs help to collect the game.
Comfortable hunting lodges with en-suite double rooms are used to accommodate the guests. There is also a living room, dining room, bar and billiards.
La Pampa province: one of the main hunting territories in Argentina with excellent numbers of game.
Southeast of Buenos Aires province
North of Argentina, Tucuman province
Southwest of Argentina, Rio Negro province, Patagonia: the only place in Argentina where once can hunt the Pere David deer free range.
Pere David Deer
South American Coastal White-tailed Deer
South American Mountain White-tailed Deer
South American White-tailed Deer
Argentina is a birthplace of tango, real stakes and the most southern glaciers of the continent. The guests enjoy the variety of its natural sites, vibrant culture and unique cuisine. The rich tourist infrastructure surely promotes interest. Argentina holds the top spot when talking about fly fishing and many other activities available for its guests.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” Albert Einstein
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a visa to enter Argentina?
Citizens of many countries, including the USA and EU do not need a visa to Argentina. Please check if your country is on the list.
Can I import my gun to Argentina?
Officially there is no prohibition, but the process is complicated and takes a lot of time. That is why we offer rented guns for citizens of most countries.
Can I both hunt the big game and go fowling at the same time in Argentina?
Yes, the hunting seasons for the big game and wing game interlap from March till June.
Are all hunts in Argentina conducted in the fenced areas?
Many of the hunting grounds of this country are fenced, however there are free range regions in Patagonia, where you can hunt deer and other big game species.
Is Puma hunting legal in Argentina?
Hunting for Puma is allowed strictly within one fenced region. You will be able to export only a trophy harvested in this area.