Wing-Shooting Lodge and Hunting Outfitters in Argentina
Hunt Duck, Dove, Giant Perdiz, Black Buck Antelope and Axis Deer near Buenos Aires
Los Crestones Lodge is located in Castelli, province of Buenos Aires, on the banks of the Saldado River, in one of the most traditional Estancias in the country, among slopes, plains and 60 hectares of fully preserved natural woodland. In a stunning natural frame, four are the landscapes featuring Los Crestones Lodge:
Argentina Black Buck Trophy Hunts
Brought from India to Argentina in the late 1800s, Blackbuck antelope quickly established a foothold across the fertile countryside south of Buenos Aires. In the early 1900s, they were introduced to other areas of the country where wild, free-ranging Blackbucks continue to flourish—especially in la Pampa province. Today, prolific Blackbuck herds can be targeted within a short 45-minute drive from Los Crestones Lodge. And here we hunt the area where Blackbucks were first introduced thanks to leases and hunting rights at local ranches. Typical hunts involve spotting and stalking trophies along established routes between feeding grounds. Ground blinds and, sometimes, tree stands can be set up for archery hunters near known watering holes and fence crossings. For the ultimate challenge, there’s nothing like stalking Blackbucks with a bow in the field.
Axis Deer Hunting In Argentina
In addition to Blackbuck options, the lodge has Axis deer. Axis deer thrive in the bushy areas of east central Buenos Aires province. Similar to Blackbuck pursuits, one full day on these animals adds big game diversity to your bird hunting adventure. But in order to harvest a trophy buck we suggest two to three hunting days on productive local ranches. Our experienced guides will cater to all your hunting preferences. We have accurate rental rifles. We also have archery gear, but since a bow is something personal, we strongly suggest bringing your own.
In complete agro productive activity and in a modern enterprise management exhibits a complete cycle of livestock-breeding and wintering-and agriculture – wheat, corn, sunflower, sorghum, soybeans which make it possible to offer various landscapes productive depending on the season.
Designed more than a century ago, articulates a landscape of native and exotic species, areas and buildings have been revalued since 2000. The arboretum, the Central Park oval with their “Tipas” and the lagoon, the fruit trees, the path of “Robles” and the Interpretation Center allow an investigation of the Botanical Pampeano´s Universe.
The mighty Saldado River zigzags through the pampa and is home to an array of birds, including herons, cigueñas, flamingos, and spoonbills. Here, you’ll also encounter otters and capybara, as well as many different native fish species.
A woodland of 70 hectares; this area includes native trees emblematic of the region, such as talas, sombras de toro, ombúes, saúcos and coronillos; birds including the Zorzales, Calandrias, and Picazuros; plus Axis Deer and Black Buck Antelope.
Reaching Los Crestones is easy. The lodge is a convenient two-hour drive from Buenos Aires, via route N2 (104 miles) followed by about 5 miles on good roads through stunning Argentine countryside. Helicopter access from the airport to the lodge can also be arranged as well as private plane charters to our closest landing strip (25 minute drive).
Los Crestones Lodge
$1150 – $1350 per person per night – based on single occupancy & shared blind
Capacity: 10 hunters
Rates at Los Crestones Lodge fluctuate between $1150 and $1350 per shooter, per night. These rates are flexible based upon month of the season, number of hunters in the group, and lodge availability—please CONTACT US for an accurate quote.
Lodging, meals, all wines, beer and local spirits; Professional guide service and field assistants; Hunting license; Payment to land owners for hunting rights; Horseback riding.
Transfers to and from the airport; Gratuities for guides and house staff; Airfares; Gun entry permits; Gun Rental; Shells; Masseuse; Laundry service; Phone calls; Tours, shopping trips, etc.; Any items of a strictly personal nature; Baggage overweight charges; Personal and baggage insurance; Cost of itinerary modifications requested by passenger; Buenos Aires transfers and hotels.