Argentina Wingshooting

Argentina Duck Hunting Los Ceibos Combo

duck hunt in argentina los ciebosArgentina duck hunting Los Ceibos combo package offers superior shooting for ducks, doves and perdiz, this combo is unrivaled in sheer convenience to Ezeiza International Airport.   Importantly, this combo program is completely customizable based on your group’s shooting preferences –  choose ducks each morning, or season your adventure with high-volume dove hunting and some of Argentina’s very best perdiz hunting. The Los Ceibos Argentina duck hunt combo is super easy, super convenient.

Getting there requires very comfortable 3-hour drive (or less) up the 4-lane International Highway 14, the smoothest highway in Argentina.  Situated in the eastern portion of Entrés Rios, throughout the fertile Uruguay River valley, Los Ceibos utilizes several charming estancias from which a vast amount of farmland is hunted.  Regardless of group size, at no time will hunting parties be mixed with other groups. Lodging (view here) includes the simply contemporary La Pradera; the rustic Estancia El Carmen, with fireplaces in each bedroom; and the historic 10-bedroom La Candida, which overlooks the Uruguay River and the first presidential palace is literally the Mount Vernon of Argentina.  Meals are an authentic sampling of Argentina to include plenty of grilled beef, a hint of Italian, and excellent wines.

The Los Ceibos Argentina duck hunt is very easy, perfect for hunters with limited mobility. Whether for ducks, doves or perdiz, hunting fields are rarely more than 20 minutes distant from the estancia.  Ducks are hunted in tight potholes. Waders are completely optional (leave them at home if you prefer). Dry blinds are usually accessible by trucks driven only to within a few feet.  A myriad of species are common, but white-faced whistlers, Brazilian teal, speckled teal and ringed teal predominate the bag.

The opportunity for hunting perdiz daily is only made possible due to the sheer amount of high-quality habitat available for hunting.  Hunt them each morning if you prefer, top-notch pointers will keep you busy.  And there’s nothing “mini Cordoba” about the afternoon dove hunting, either. Expect to easily put away a flat of ammo per hour if that’s what you want – most hunters quit way before the doves do!

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