dove hunting in Argentina, there’s “good” and then there is Sierra
Brava. Dove hunting at Sierra Brava is in a world-class league of
its own. From the beginning Sierra Brava had access to the best
fields in Cordoba due to personal relationships with local farmers.
For this reason the lodge was strategically located only 15 minutes
from the heart of Argentina’s most desirable hunting region – the
Macha roost. This allows for short drives and access to fields where
high volume dove records are set. In 2010 Todd White from Dallas,
TX broke the Sierra Brava record of over 11,000 birds shot in one
Even though clients are blown away by the quantity and quality of
the shooting, the thing that separates Sierra Brava apart is its
legendary service. Clients feel right at home at Sierra Brava. The
atmosphere around the lodge is very relaxed and fun. The bird boys
are the fastest loaders around and are always up for a good laugh.
The staff strives to make every Sierra Brava dove hunt a trip of
a lifetime even though clients usually return year after year. Finally
the food and wine at the lodge are first class. Sierra Brava offers
mouth-watering steaks, both in the field and in the lodge and serves
the finest Argentine wines. It’s what legendary hunting trips are
Best Bang for Your Buck
Your Home Away from Home
Memorable Field Lunches
Most Fun Hosts Around
The 7-bedroom lodge was built knowing that many demanding clients
would be attracted to the world class shooting. The accommodations
are luxurious yet still maintain the feel of a hunting lodge. The
rooms are very spacious and each has its own private bathroom. A
beautiful pool was built since clients spend more time around the
lodge and less on van rides. Finally a great fire pit was placed
behind the lodge where clients recount the day’s events.
January 1st - August 30th
U$S 1620.- Suggested Package / Per person
3 nights / 3 hunting days
/ September 1st - December 31st
U$S 1320.- Suggested Package / Per person
3 nights / 3 hunting days
Accommodation in double-occupancy rooms with private baths, breakfast,
lunch, soft drinks and beer, welcome drink when you arrive at the
lodge, typical dinner served with wines from Argentina, birdboy,
transport to and from hunting locations, transfer in/out from Cordoba
airport. Not included: Hunting
license, gun rental, shells, gratuities, clothes, personal insurance
TO GET THERE
Because Córdoba City is second in size only to Buenos Aires, there
are numerous international and domestic flights, arriving and departing
the nearby Córdoba’s Pajas Blancas International Airport from all
other major airports in Argentina. Although there is no nonstop
flight service from the U.S, connections in Santiago, Chile and
Buenos Aires will generally put you in the fields by 2:00 PM on
arrival day. Domestic and private flights can be arranged.
The following comprehensive list should be used as a guide when
preparing for your dove hunting trip to Sierra Brava. Most of the
items are not necessary but may make your stay more enjoyable. Keep
in mind that the temperature will vary not only between the seasons,
but also between morning, afternoon and evening hours. Depending
on the time of year it can be 40 degrees (F) and windy in the morning
and in the high 70s with calm winds by the afternoon.
> Recoil reduction equipment: Shoulder pads, Kevlar lined vests,
> Lockable travel gun case: Stainless steel or heavy duty fiberglass
> Oil, choke tubes, tools and accessories. We will supply cleaning
rods & patches.
> Modified chokes, improved cylinders (or improved-modified).
> Dark-colored or camouflage hunting clothes and hats.
> Gun cleaning equipment.
> Upland hunting boots (comfortable sneakers may substitute): Waterproof
recommended, Both wool and cotton socks, Please note that there
are no cacti or thorns on our property!
> Hearing protection.
> Clothing for layering: sweaters, long sleeve cotton shirts, polar
fleece zip-up tops Lightweight thermal underwear recommended from
1 July through 30 September.
> Comfortable clothes for relaxing in the lodge Jeans, sneakers,
t-shirts, caps, etc.
> Side-carry shooting pouch or shell vest.
> Leather shooting gloves are strongly recommended to avoid blisters.
> Lightweight rain suit and waterproof hat.
> Shooting glasses, sunglasses, sunscreen and lip balm.
> Toiletries Stomach/diarrhea medication.
> Painkillers/headache medicine
> First aid cream Bandages
> Vitamins and prescription medications
> Toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo, soap
> Alarm clock Camera and accessories
Electricity runs on 220 volts in Argentina (like the electricity
in Europe) and we have electricity converters for 110 volt appliances
from the US like: laptop computers, digital cameras, Palm devices,
electric razors, etc. Please note that the hotels in Buenos Aires
and the airports do not have these converters available.