Red Stag and Fallow deer – March and August.
Other species – Year round.
Trout season is November – April
Hunting red stag on horseback makes for a great adventure afield. These hunts are comparable to Western US horse-back hunts for mule deer and elk. These sure-footed horses and comfortable Argentine saddles provide unbeatable access to this rough wild terrain. You will ride out directly from the lodge and be in game the entire day as you pick your way through the valleys and saddles as you check in each draw for the perfect trophy. The professional guides and horsemen know this large private 30,000-acre ranch located South of Cordoba, Argentina by heart. They also have excellent 4-wheel drive vehicles for those that prefer modern horse-power transportation however due to landscape this may limit access to parts of the concession. This family owned and run destination features huge mountains, deep valleys, amazing ravines and wide winding rivers making this a challenging hunt with magnificent scenery. It is perfect habitat for the majestic red stag and hunters typically see trophy stags everyday as they are very abundant. Prime roar is March – Mid-May and there is no doubt that listening to the deer roaring is an experience hunters should not miss. However, post roar the hunting is still excellent and you will glass up trophies and plan your stalk to get around the 200-yard mark. Water buffalo are also very plentiful and these behemoths can weigh up to a ton, making this a very exciting up close and personal hunt. These beast can be hunted year-round and recommended caliber is .375 or larger. The pretty blackbuck antelope is always a client favorite to spot and stalk along with Mouflon sheep and fallow deer. Two large rivers flow across the ranch and are filled with rainbow trout, fishing the innumerable pools that can be found in the rivers is a really unforgettable experience in itself. Right in the heart of the hunting area is their world-class lodge that offers all the comforts of home including spacious, warm rooms, large living room with big cozy fireplace, quite reading room, game room, equipped bar and satellite TV. Three private rooms with magnificent views to enjoy are fully equipped with king-size beds, private bathrooms, Jacuzzi bath tubs and daily maid service. Delicious meals made by their international chef feature wild game and traditional barbecue (Asado Argenitno). They can easily accommodate about any special health and dietary needs. Their wine cellar is full to the best Argentine red and white wines, here you will taste and enjoy and explanation of the different kinds of grapes grown in Argentina. Non-hunters are welcome to enjoy outdoor activities including: nature walks, treks, horseback riding, fly-fishing, wildlife viewing, photography and ATV rides or simply relaxing and enjoying the beautiful scenery that surrounds you. If you’re looking for a tremendous red stag hunt in Argentina, look no further and book your hunt today.
Red stag up to 320 SCI – 4-day hunt
$5,500 – 1×1
$4,900/person – 2×1
Premium package hunts:
Red stag (360 – 400 SCI) and blackbuck – 5-day hunt
$14,900 – 1×1
$13,900/person – 2×1
Full Luna Package:
Red stag (400 – 400 SCI) +Water Bufallo and blackbuck – 6-day hunt
$20,900 – 1×1
2 Hunters Special – June and July only
2 Red stags up to 320 SCI – 5 day hunt
$8,500 for two hunters – 2×1 ($4,250/hunter)
Day rate hunts
$550/day – 1×1
$450/day – 2×1
$350/day – observer
$110/day Additional Prime Rut Fee (from March 15th to April 15th).
Trophy fees on additional species:
Red stag up to 320 SCI $3,500
Red sag (321 – 340 SCI) $5,500
Red sag (341 – 360 SCI) $7,500
Red sag (361 – 380 SCI) $9,500
Red sag (381 – 400 SCI) $12,500
Red sag (401 – 420 SCI) $15,000
Red sag (421+ SCI) $POR
Fallow deer $3,000
Water buffalo $3,000
Multi-horn ram $1,200
Scottish blackface ram $1000
Wild Pampa mouflon $2,000
Texas dall ram $1,200
Wild boar – male $700
Wild boar – female/non-trophy $400
Wild goat $1,000
Trophy fees subject to change
$65/day – hunting license
Professional guide, transportation to and from Cordoba airport, meals, beer-wine-whiskey and field care of trophies
Ground transfer services in Buenos Aires between airports
Hotels and meals before and after hunt, if needed
$300 – gun rental full hunt – includes 1 box of ammo
Argentina firearm permit stamp(s) – If taking firearms, not recommended
Expediting trophies for shipping
Shipping trophies home
$100 – C.I.T.E.S. on blackbuck
Day 1: Depart from home for night flight to Santiago de Chile, Chile or Buenos Aires, Argentina
Day 2: Arrive and take flight to Cordoba where you will be met by the outfitter and transfer to camp
Your scheduled safari – full hunting days
Day 1: Depart camp for flight home
Day 2: Arrive in USA, clear customs and continue home
WTA can assist you with hotels and tours pre and post safari. Please call for further information at 1-800-884-9332
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.