5 day Water Buffalo

Santo Domingo - Santiago

We have many blinds that allow us to hunt many different species for those who can´t walk too much all along the field, so we can avoid a good physical training. Everyone can. All our programs in this area include birds and small animal shooting in spare time at no cost.

Dias: 5

All Year Long

Package Includes:

1 Water Buffalo

Itinerary:

Day 1 - Sunday Arrive - Pick up airport, connection to Santiago del Estero - Evening Hunt
Day 2 - Monday Hunt
Day 3 - Tuesday Hunt
Day 4 - Wednesday Hunt
Day 5 - Half Day Hunt - Pack / Shop - depart in early evening
** charter air service available - additional cost involved.

Upgrades (Adding on Trophy Fee Basis): Red Stag, Water Buffalo, Wild Goat, Wild Boar, Blackbuck, Axis Deer, Fallow Deer, Capybara, Mouflon, 4 Horn Ram, Scottish Black Face, Feral Hog.

All packages include:

Complete accomodations
All meals and beverages (Soft Drinks, Beer, Wine and Whisky)
All Ground Transportation
Reception at the airport (Int´l/Domestic)/ Hotel Pick up
Customs Clearing / Assistance for guns entry

English speaking guide 1 x 1 and Assistant
Doves shooting during spare times
Guns

Package does not include:

Items of a Personal Nature (phone calls, Laundry, etc.)
Tips
Cartridges
Gun importation fee of US $75
Local Flight $ 350

** charter air service available - additional cost involved.

  • Puma
  • Puma
  • Puma
  • Puma
  • Puma
  • Puma
  • Puma

Pumas (Puma concolor), also called cougars or mountain lions, are large wild cats that live on the west coast of Canada, in the western half of the United States, and Florida, and most of Central and South America. Pumas are mainly tan­coloured, and can be up to 9 feet long although average length is 6 – 8 feet. They can weigh from 29 kilograms to 90 kilograms. (The males are larger.) Most pumas live 21 years. Although pumas are very large and some are larger than humans, the puma is classified is a small cat. Unlike the big cats in the genus Panthera, the puma cannot roar. Instead, it can growl, hiss, screech, and purr. Since pumas are, in the biological sense, small cats, they are capable of purring continuously. The big cats can only purr while breathing out.

  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer
  • Brocket Deer

Brockets or brocket deer are the species of deer in the genus Mazama. They are medium to small in size, and are found in the Yucatán Peninsula, Central and South America, and the island of Trinidad. Most species are primarily found in forests. They are superficially similar to the African duikers and the Asian muntjacs, but unrelated. There are about ten species of brocket deer. The genus name Mazama is derived from Nahuatl mazame, the plural of mazatl "deer"Depending on species, the brocket deer are small to medium­sized deer with stout bodies and large ears. The head­and­body length is 60–144 centimetres (24–57 in), the shoulder height is 35–80 centimetres (14–31 in) and they typically weigh 8–48 kilograms (18–106 lb), though exceptionally large M. americana have weighed as much as 65 kilograms (143 lb). When present, the antlers are small, simple spikes.The pelage varies from reddish, to brown to gray.

  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary
  • Collared Peccary

The collared peccary (Pecari tajacu) is a species of mammal in the family Tayassuidae found in North, Central, and South America. They are commonly referred to as javelina, saíno or báquiro, although these terms are also used to describe other species in the family. The species is also known as the musk hog.Collared peccaries are diurnal creatures that live in groups of up to 50 individuals, averaging between six and 9 members. The collared peccary stands around 510–610 millimetres (20–24 in) tall at the shoulder and is about 1.0–1.5 m (3 ft 3 in–4 ft 11 in) long. It weighs between 16 and 27 kg (35 and 60 lb).

  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary
  • White Lipped Peccary

The white­lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari), is a hog­like animal[vague] found in Central and South America. Most of its range is in rainforests, but it is also known from a wide range of other habitats such as dry forests, grasslands, mangrove, Cerrado and dry xerophytic areas. It lives in herds of 20–300 individuals that on average take up about 120 km2 to fully function. This species is omnivorous, feeding mostly on fruit, and are usually found traveling great distances to obtain it. If this resource is in demand and difficult to find, peccaries will eat leaves, stems, or animal parts. White­lipped peccaries have several unique attributes that allow them to stay with and identify their herd, which is essential for their survival in the wild.The white­lipped peccary lives to be an average of 13 years old and can give birth to two young at a time. The head and body length ranges from 90–139 cm, the shoulder height is between 40 and 60 cm, the tail length is from 3–6 cm, and the adult weight is 25–40 kg

  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat
  • Wild Goat

(Capra aegagrus hircus) : Its average size is 27 inches high and it weighs 121 pounds. Both horns, which are big, long and twisted, rise vertically from the head curving to the laterals parallelly to the ground with a separation between the points that can be up to a 39­inch distance.Species introduced by the Spaniards during the sixteenth century. Strongly gregarious and organized into large groups. It adapts well to semi­desert areas and mountainous type, being this the main type of habitat in which it is located.

Hunting period: March 27­ December 31.

Province: La Pampa.

  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned
  • Four Horned

It is also known as Multi­horned sheep. It is believed to come from the Middle East. It is an old breed.Jacob's four­horned sheep are perhaps the most easily identified sheep species in the exotic world. It's name is derived from the two sets of horns (or "4 horns") protruding from the sheep's noggin'. Some have only two horns or even 6, but 4 is most common in rams. Ewes will often have zero or 2 small, irregular­shaped horns. Horn configurations can vary greatly. Horns in 2­horn, and the lower horns in 4­horns, usually grow in a classic curl. Upper horns usually grow upward, but may curl as well. The horns are black or black/white striped.A smaller sheep species, rams weigh from 120 to 180 lbs and ewes 100 to 120 lbs.

Hunting period: March to December.

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