Fair Chase Hunting Safaris in Argentina and Wing-shooting in Cordoba
The #1 Hunting Lodge in the World for High-Volume Dove Shooting Trips
We offer the best fair chase hunting adventure through more than 20000 acre of pure and virgin nature.
Red Stag Trophy Hunts
Prime roar (rut) is March – mid April. However, post roar (rut) hunting is still excellent, exciting and challenging.
Hunting on HORSEBACK in Calamuchita’s Valley surrounded by enormous mountains, deep ravines and hidden valleys makes for a great fair chase hunting adventure. The horses provide unbeatable access to this beautiful land and the view from the saddle is amazing. Horses not your style? You may also choose to hunt from a 4X4 truck.
Our professional guides know this massive ranch by heart. The use of binoculars is essential and we recommend a quality pair of 10 x 40 optics. The preferred method of hunting is spot and stalk.
You will be able to hunt red deer until July 31st.
Fair Chase Water Buffalo Bow-hunting
This dangerous game are also very plentiful, making this a very exciting up close and personal hunt. They can be hunted year round.
Rincon de Luna also features BOW HUNTING and DANGEROUS GAME. Due to the size and type of terrain bow hunters are urged to be patient and allow for an adequate number of hunting days to ensure a successful hunt.
Argentina Hunting Season
The hunting season starts in March with the roaring of the majestic Red Stag. This is an experience you cannot miss and it will last until middle April. After the prime rut has passed, you can still hunt red deer until July 30th. The hunt will be more interesting and challenging as the deer are fully aware of their surroundings. We hunt during the morning and afternoon in this time period. For Fallow Deer, you can hunt them until August 31st.
These months are fall/winter in Argentina.
The beautiful Blackbuck Antelope is always a client favorite along with the dangerous Water Buffalo can be hunted year round and may be combined with other species like the Mouflon Sheep, Fallow Deer, or Multi-horn Ram.
High-volume Bird and Big Game Trophy Hunts
- Red Stag
- Water Buffalo
- Fallow Deer
- Blackbuck Antelope
- Mouflon & Rams
- Multihorn & others
A Typical Hunting Day
You will start your day with a friendly wake up around 6:00 a.m. The smell of fresh brewed coffee and the aroma of breakfast will await you in the dining room. Your guide will meet you to formulate your plan for the day. After breakfast, you will head out on your hunting search of your dream trophy.
Game is plentiful and your guide will expertly help you decide which trophy animal should be pursued. Lunch is served from noon to 2:00 p.m. or you may enjoy an outdoor lunch in the field with your guide.
Siesta & evening hunt
Later in the afternoon you may take a moment to enjoy a traditional siesta. This is a welcomed break at mid-day until you resume your evening hunt. You might be chasing a trophy that you saw in the morning or be hot on the trail of a newly spotted trophy that has your adrenaline flowing. Generally around 7:00 p.m., you will be back at the lodge for cocktails and dinner and hopefully celebrating a successful hunt!
The ultimate outdoor experience
The helpful and friendly staff will provide a first class service in and outside the lodge. Our guides will ensure the ultimate outdoor experience while the lodge manager, chef, waiters and housekeeper will take care of the rest with a very personal touch that it will make you feel at home during your stay. Every one of the staff from housekeeper to our chef and guides take pride in what we do without forgetting to have fun along the way.
From the moment we pick you at the airport, we promise to make your trip to Argentina a safe, incredible and unforgettable experience.
Parque Rincón de Luna – Hunting Lodge is run and managed by its owners. The family is outdoor lover, very passionate about hunting and fishing. They have built this beautiful lodge to share with the people from all around the world this passion they have in common. The family hopes that every guest that visits this unique place will fall in love with the magic of Rincon de Luna in the same way they are.
Parque Rincon de Luna is located in the Calamuchita Valley in the Province of Cordoba, Argentina. This valley belongs to the Sierras de Córdoba and is known for its “Tour of the Great Lakes”. This region is reknowned for its forests, craggy terrain with narrow side valleys (ravines) and the highest peaks in the area.
Calamuchita Valley is an important tourist destination in the southwest of the Córdoba province. The center of this region is the small city of Santa Rosa de Calamuchita. Northwards toward the Sierras de Cordoba, the town of Villa General Belgrano is well known for its European Alpine look and it’s Oktoberfest.
It has a temperate climate year round, with frequent snowfalls in the winter (the austral winter so snowfall is mainly in July). The terrain is hilly and mountainous and the South Valley area is of volcanic origin. There are several active faults in the west central part of the valley.