The province of Córdoba is centrally located in Argentina and enjoys a mild climate that changes little throughout the year. Thousands of acres of grain crops, coupled with suitable roosting conditions have produced a dove population that is sustained at 25 million birds. Guests return from Córdoba saying, "You have to see it to believe it!"
Offering a true year-round season, dove shooting is an excellent extension to other shooting in Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay or Uruguay and can be paired with dorado fishing at in the Ibera marsh, or even with trout fishing in Patagonia and Chile.
Doves blacken the skies in the region and novice shooters will hone their skills to exhaustion. Veterans can target challenging scenarios with high birds going, coming or sheer numbers and shoot at the waves of doves undulating along the hills and tree lines.
Built with 100% client comfort at the forefront, La Dormida offers 7 luxurious rooms ideal for single rooms, small groups or couples. Dining and services are unmatched in the dove shooting world. Relax at the end of your day in the soaking pool or sit fireside sipping a cocktail.
Top-end Beretta, Benelli and Browning semi-auto and O/U shotguns are available for hire. Guests may bring guns to Argentina; however Frontiers suggests using lodge guns due to restrictions and logistics. Quality eye/ear protection, shooting gloves and a shoulder pad are a must.
Córdoba City - 2nd in size only to Buenos Aires - offers numerous international and domestic flights arriving/departing the nearby Córdoba's International Airport. Frontiers in-house airline staff can quote the best rate/route. Cartridge bills and gratuities can be charged to a credit card with a small surcharge and are process in the USA and not abroad. Wi-Fi is readily available and mobile phone service is generally available. Inquire about exclusive group and father/son incentives. An excellent addition is a few days of decoyed pigeons at Montaraz.
2015 nightly rate is $830 per hunter. Guests are welcome to shoot as many days as they wish. Non-hunters are welcome at $450 per day. Hunting licenses are $65 per day. $150 surcharge (one way) for single passengers or off day transfers. Shells and gratuities are not included.
Two of the hottest species going in Argentina are the hard hitting ravenous golden dorado in the northeastern provinces and the nimble flights of eared doves that darken the horizons in Cordoba, Argentina. Alone each species is a unique sporting adventure, combined they are a sportsman’s reverie. Rolled into one discounted all-inclusive departure – well – that is what legends are made of. ...