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Argentina Dove Hunting Adventure
Our Gage Resort is located in Entre Rios Province just a 2.5 hour drive outside of Buenos Aires. While Cordoba became widely popular in the early in the early 2000’s as the hot spot for hunting dove in Argentina, Entre Rios offers an arguable more consisteant dove population with our outfitter having solo access to three roosts to choose from all within a 40 minute drive from the resort.
The easy access to the hunt avoids potential delays upon arrival in Buenos Aires. Making the arrival day a REAL half day of hunting and even makes possible a day of hunting from hunting!
Doves start leaving the roost to find food at sunrise. The day starts with an early arrival to the filed where you will be set up with your bird boy to assist you. Once the shooting starts, it will only stops when you want it to. The doves come in steady and consistently throughout the morning. We operate with two guns at a time per hunter with your bird boy reloading as you shoot and swapping out to keep the guns cooled down and the pauses as short as possible. Once things slow down a little in the afternoon, you will break for lunch in the field. Enjoy a variety of Argentina meats, salad, bread and dessert in the field to refuel for your afternoon hunt. After lunch you will move to your afternoon hunting position to catch the doves as they fly back into the roost for the evening. This provides a change in pace or when you are ready to call it a day, you will head back tot he resort for dinner and to relax for the evening.
Nothing kills the excitement of a quality hunt more than worries about shooting too much due to the shell bill at the end of the hunt. We have designed an all inclusive package so you can enjoy shooting LOTS of shells with no thoughts about a huge shell bill at the end of the hunt. Our all inclusive dove hunting packages include everything so you won’t get hit with a barrage of charges when it’s time to head home!
We invite you to come and visit one of the finest wing shooting destinations on the planet, we look forward to seeing you soon!
- Operates in 3 different lodges and use them in conjunction with each other depending on where the birds are
- One of our lodges is set footsteps (walking distance) away from one of the largest roosts in all Argentina!
- Longest drive for us is 15 minutes to find the birds
- World-class and experienced staff
Day 2 Arrive in Argentina, transfer to the lodge, afternoon shoot
Day 3 Dove shoot in the morning, mid day siesta, afternoon dove shoot
Day 4 Dove shoot in the morning, mid day siesta, afternoon dove shoot
Day 5 Morning dove shoot, lunch, transfer to airport for evening flight back to the USA
Let our team know that you are interested and want more information. Our team will be in touch within 24 hours.
Starting at $3,295.00
*Non All-Inclusive Packages starting at $1795.00
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WHY GAGE OUTDOORS
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Our resort is a popular all-inclusive destination. The property features an outdoor pool, indoor spa pool, hot tub, nightly entertainment, gourmet meals, tennis court and indoor/outdoor bar and more! Enjoy your nights roaming the grounds, watching the nightly entertainment and relaxing outside our private casita.
Rob & Jen
One of the things our customers love most about a Gage expedition is that we take care of all the details, so they can focus on the good stuff: the hunt, the camaraderie, the adventure, the total experience. When it comes to your hunting trip, we aim to please.
US citizens no longer need to pay the reciprocity fee to enter Argentina. As of 2018, all you need to visit Argentina, as a United States citizen, is a valid passport.
Whether traveling to Patagonia or through Buenos Aires to our other hunting destinations, guests are greeted at the airport by bilingual staff, professionals in effortless travel throughout South America. We will assist with customs, gun clearance(not recommended to bring guns) and transfers. Throughout your stay, you are accompanied by bilingual hosts who will do everything possible to make sure your trip is flawless.
Argentineans are known for their excellence in wine and cuisine. Our partners take great pride in sharing all the flavors, tastes and traditions with their guests.
The day begins with fresh-squeezed orange juice and a hot breakfast including eggs, bacon, cereals, pastries and fruit.
For lunch, hunters are treated to a fine dining experience —right in the field —including any combination of barbecue pork, beef and sausages; freshly baked breads; fruits and fine wine.
At the end of the day, guests enjoy a relaxing cocktail hour with appetizers. Dinners in Argentina showcase regional and fine world cuisines and vary from shrimp, salmon and other seafoods to the best of Argentinean beef filets, steaks and tenderloins.
The highlight of the trip is the traditional Gaucho Barbecue Feast including locally prepared sausages, tenderloins and pork.
This area is quite warm in summer (January and February).
December to February the temperatures may reach the 90’s during the day cooling down at night. These months we spend the noon hours by the swimming pool at the lodge unless you wish to continue shooting.
March and April (Fall): 65º F to 80º, with some rain.
June, July and August (Winter): 35º F to 65º F. Cool mornings and warm days. Dry.
September, October and November (Spring): 65º F to 85º F, with some rain.
Bringing a firearm to Argentina
We do not recommend bringing a firearm on your hunt but if you decide on it we will assist you. If you have never brought a firearm to Argentina in the past or it’s not a breach loading firearm, the process is pretty simple.
If the above does not apply, you will need to get approval by mail or in person appointment from the Argentina consulate closest to you.
Ammunition must be purchased on-site at $13.00 per box of 25 for dove and $15.00 per box for partridge, duck and goose. We ask our guests to clear the shell charges prior to their departure. Payment must be in the form of a personal check or cash – US Dollars are fine.
Common liquors, such as scotch, gin, rum or vodka are available. However, if there is special liquor you want (bourbon for example), please let us know in advance or buy it at the duty free store in Miami or the Buenos Aires Airport. Never drink the tap water in Argentina.
BIRDS FOR MOUNTING
Birds cannot be exported from Argentina in 2018
Cash and major credit cards are acceptable for purchases in most of the stores. At the Lodge we accept only cash or personal checks. It is a good idea to let your credit card companies know you will be traveling in case you need to use your credit cards. Check with your credit card company to make sure there are no fees to use your cards while in Argentina.
Cell phone service should be available in Buenos Aires and you can speak with your Gage Outdoor agent about WIFI or cell service at the lodge you will be visiting. Most estancias are equipped with WIFI service. Check with your service provider about data or cell usage packages in Argentina. Whatsapp is an app you can download on your phone to communicate with friends or family. They would need this app on their phone also. You can text, phone, and send photos and video for free.
Proceed to the baggage claim area to secure your luggage and follow the lines to clear customs. A Four Seasons staff member will be holding a sign with your name outside of customs – look in the area next to the McDonalds. If for some reason you do not see the Four Seasons representative wait in this area.
Voltage in Argentina is 220 volt, differing from the USA 110 Volt. You will need an adapter but most appliances or charges do not need converters. Adapters can easily be purchased in Buenos Aires if you do not get one in advance.
As a guideline, standard tips for bird boys are $50 per hunter per day. For the house staff, a standard tip is $ 40 per day per hunter. Tipping your host is optional.
Check-out time at the hotels is 12:00 Noon. The hotel has a secure area to store guns and luggage.
Spanish is the spoken language in Argentina. However, one of our bilingual hosts will accompany throughout your stay in Argentina. Please communicate any concerns during your trip to your host. He is there to ensure that everything runs smoothly.
Travelers clearing customs with medication are selectively stopped and referred to Federal Narcotics Agents for questioning. They must prove that the medication is what they claim it is and has been prescribed by a physician. Since this may cause undue delay and the possibility of missing connections, it is suggested that you make sure the container is labeled and has the prescription number from the pharmacist who supplied the prescription to you, plus the date, your name and the name of your prescribing physician.
U.S. citizens must have a passport that does not expire within 90 days of your return date to the USA. NEVER PACK YOUR PASSPORT IN YOUR LUGGAGE.