Big Game Hunting

Argentina has a large variety of free-ranging animals. In the 1900s the animals were brought to Argentina by wealthy Europeans. The animals range through certain provinces of Argentina. They are usually hunted by the “spot and stalk” method through pastures and heavily wooded areas.
Great News: Rancho Salvaje has just leased a 200,000 acre ranch close to our lodge. This is a “free range” ranch with no high fences. The ranch has a good population of red deer, black buck antelope, buffalo, wild sheep, goat and others. This is a spot and stalk hunt that can be incorporated in your six-day combo hunt.
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Water Buffalo $3,600
Red Deer $2,000 – $4,500
Wild Boar $570 – $940
Axis Deer $3,200
Black Buck Antelope $1,400
Fallow Deer $3,200
Ram $750
Goat $750
Patagonian Muflon $2,200
Muflon $3,200
4-Horned Sheep $1,375
Puma $3,000 – $6,570
Daily Rate $450 Non Hunter $220
Please note-the following charges are not included in your package:
Airfare $900 and up from Miami
Gun Permit -approximately $120
Tips, hunting license- complete $550
Gun Rental $50 per day
Miscellaneous: long distance phone calls, personal items.