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It gives us great pleasure to introduce Santiago del Estero Lodge, located in the northern province of the same name, this is a new frontier in dove and pigeon shooting, in an unpressured, rural area where the local folks are happy to make your acquaintance, where the pace of life is still tied to the land, and where the doves and pigeons can at times literally darken the sky.
Here we have rebuilt a home of great consequence, a Spanish-styled manse, with sprawling courtyards, which lends rural elegance to the exciting shooting at hand. Join us as we embark on a new destination that is both compelling and unique.
This area was first explored by a noted Spanish outfitter Paco Riestra, a guide with more than twenty-five years in the shooting industry. It was his dream to build a Spanish- styled hunting lodge in one of the finest areas of Argentina, which he did when he constructed a twenty thousand square foot lodge in the middle of inhospitable forests and wetlands near the Rio Dulce.
To get to Santiago del Estero Lodge there are daily direct flights from many U.S. or European cities to Buenos Aires (Ezeiza Intl. Airport). From the EZE Intl. airport hunters will need to make a connection to SDE airport (1.30 hr. flight) or transfer to the Domestic airport (AEP) and connect there to SDE.
Typically teams would arrive for lunch on the first day, they would enjoy an evening flight before dinner. Then two full days of shooting, we always stop for lunch and enjoy plenty of breaks throughout the day. On the fourth day we would shoot in the morning, then followed by departure after lunch. Smaller and longer trips are available on request.