Argentina Mixed Wing Hunt - Dove, Duck, & Partridge

1-14 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


Wing Shooting in Argentina

Dove, Duck, & Partridge

What We Hunt

Dove - We offer a large volume of doves and specialize in finding exceptional places where these migratory birds are found. Enjoy dove hunting on the field in the afternoon.

Ducks - We have both dry and in-water stands. This way everyone can enjoy a hunt of the highest level of success. This hunt takes place in the morning, providing an unforgettable experience.

Partridge - Our hunts are conducted with the help of our sighthounds, who are instrumental in locating these birds. Enjoy morning and afternoon hunts, maximizing your chances of success

This Package Includes

  • 4 full shooting days (8 shoots)
  • 4 nights lodging
  • Professional and experienced guides
  • All meals & beverages
  • Duck Morning Hunt | Dove Afternoon Hunt (2 shoots per day)
  • Gun Rental
  • License Included

Choose from 3 of our Luxury Lodges

El Angel - The ideal place to share unforgettable moments with large groups of people. (max 14 hunters)

La Escondida - The perfect match between modern and rural. (max 6 hunters)

Santo Domingo - A remote lodge with the wildlife you're looking for just 10 minutes away. (max 6 hunters)

Not Included:

  • Airport Transfer - Can be added if you contact us for an additional fee per group.
  • Shells
  • Tips
  • Gun Entry Permit (add on available)

Base price is per person for a 4-Day hunt

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Gun Entry Permit


Your Host

Gina's Trip

Gina D

Every moment spent in nature is a celebration of our legacy. We invite you to become a part of it. Welcome to our family, a world where passion knows no bounds.

from $5280/Experience

Base Price

$5280.00 Per Person Per Experience


$110.00 Per Item


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Experienced Local Guide
  • Abundant Hunting Opportunity
  • Luxury Lodging
  • Private Bathroom
  • Living Room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
  • Traditional Food
  • Housekeeping Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Gun Rental
  • Bird Boys



Gear List

  • Personal Gear
  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire

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Rules & Guidelines


1) What documentation do I need to enter Argentina?

  • VALID PASSPORT: check the expiration date on your passport. It mustn’t expire within six months of your departure date. Citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa, New Zealand and other Western European nations do not require a VISA for tourist trips of up to 90 days to Argentina. Make a copy of your passport. Keep the original in your packed luggage and only take a copy with you when you are outside your hotel room or hostel. The only time you might need your original passport would be while shopping and paying with a credit card or exchanging money.

2) How to arrive at the Lodges?

  • To get to any of the Lodges in Argentina, you will first need to travel to the main hub which is Buenos Aires (Ezeiza International Airport – EZE, Ministro Pistarini Airport). There are direct flights from Miami, Dallas, Atlanta, Los Angeles and New York in the United States and many major cities in Europe also have direct flights (Madrid, London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Rome, etc.). Once you arrive in Ezeiza you can stay one night in Buenos Aires to get to know the city or we can pick you up to go directly to the lodge. In case you choose one of our Patagonia experiences, you must take a local flight and will most likely depart from the local airport (Aeroparque – AEP, Jorge Newbery Airport). Please contact us so we can recommend the best flights for you. The local airline in Argentina is Aerolineas Argentinas.

3) Who will pick me up at the airport?

  • For all our experiences a De Bernardis Hunting staff member will meet you upon arrival at the local airport with a sign with the name of the lodge so that you can easily identify it. If you are delayed or miss your flight, please let us know.

4) Do I need hunting licenses?

  • Yes, our team will apply for all the required licenses for you, so you don’t have to worry and no confusion will occur. We will contact you well in advance of your visit to obtain the necessary information so that we can obtain the hunting license prior to your arrival.

5) Can I get a single room?

  • Some of our lodges offer single rooms by default, others offer shared rooms, based on double occupancy. Single rooms are subject to availability and may incur an additional charge. Please ask us for more details when deciding on your hostel.

6) What should I pack?

  • Prior to your arrival, we will send you a pre-trip information packet about the hunting program, including a list of our recommendations on what you should pack.

7) Is it difficult to enter weapons into Argentina?

  • Bringing guns into the country is a bureaucratic process and is only recommended for those who have specially adapted guns. We take care of the paperwork for you. All you have to do is send us your gun and personal information and pay a fee of $120. During certain months, the waiting time to register your gun when entering the country can be up to 45 minutes. Please note that you will be asked to show your documentation several times at different airports, so you should allow extra time to register for flights.

8) Are guns available for rent?

  • Yes! We have a wide variety of guns for you to choose from depending on the hunting experience you are looking for.

9) Do you have left-handed shotguns?

  • Yes, please check availability.

10) Do you provide fishing equipment?

  • There are quality fly rods and fly lines available at the Lodges for you to use if you wish. Please inform us of your need for the equipment prior to your arrival to ensure availability. A charge of $125 will be charged if any of the equipment provided breaks (this covers the cost of shipping and repair).

11) What personal information do you need before the trip starts?

  • We will contact you one month prior to your arrival with an online form that functions as our “registration form” requesting all necessary information from you. We want to learn a little about your preferences, dietary restrictions, medical conditions or any special requests you may have. Flight information should also be included here.

12) Is it usual to tip at the lodge?

  • Gratuities for the lodge and field staff are not included in our prices. Tipping is discretionary. Tips for lodge staff are distributed evenly among all staff. For the guides, we recommend $65 per day per hunter. And another $65 for the lodge staff. Gifts such as camouflage hats, shirts and other hunting related items are also very much appreciated by the guides.

13) Can I combine my trip with other packs?

  • If you join us in one of our experiences, you can easily complement your sporting adventure by combining your trip with hunting or fishing for other species.

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