7500 acres in the heart of The Andes 2500m high, in the Northwest of Mendoza City, Argentina.


This Lodge is ideal for families and groups of friends who wants to have the Best Hunting Experience mixed with a desire of comfort and service in a private atmosphere.

It's located at the foothills of our Mountan Range, at the bank of a thaw River. It constitutes one of the most exclusive private places for Red Stag in Argentina, 7500 acres that will make you unplug and rediscover nature, finding the peace you are looking for.






Andes Lodge has two main houses, each of them has three suite double rooms, all different one to the other. 

All six suite rooms are tastefully furnished with traditional Argentinian artworks and local fabrics which are combined with a typical Argentinean style: colorful ponchos, fringe throws, leather handcraft ornaments, spurs and riding crops give a personal seal to this friendly place. This is just what you need after a day spent outdoors: a cozy and harmonious atmosphere, with spectacular views to the mountains and river.


Characteristics of the lodge

• 12 people capacity (max 4-6 hunters, depending on availability). 

•  Private bathrooms in each bedroom

• Fully and Professional Guiding Service (2x1) 

• Delicatessen cuisine

• Variety of wines

• A complete private open-bar, and the most exclusive alcohol brands for sale as an option.

• Wi-Fi Internet access

• Massage service


**Single Room at extra cost (upon availability)



The culinary experience at Andes Lodge that you will have will be the best they tried so far in Argentina, we can ensure that.

We personally select the different meat cuts for the ASADO, getting sure they are tender and savory. Fresh salads, local sides, and excellent wines from the Mendoza wine region will be the perfect match.

Also, we´ll honor you with homestyle meals, old family recipes, and delicious local dishes, giving you the opportunity to dive into Argentinian culinary culture.



The Hunting

 Andes Lodge is managed by its owners, who are experienced hunters and admirers of the cynegetic activity. The family members host each guest personally to make your hunting experience in Mendoza the highlight of your journey through Argentina.

 In addition to the Hunting you will have the option of enjoy a great fishing time. Guevara stream is perfectly fishable all along the 18 km it runs inside the lodge, offering water ponds, perfect to sink your line catching rainbow trout.

We have two different species. Red Stag which can be hunted from March to July (high season March and April), and Wild Boar (all year round).




We have available gun rental at the lodge.

- Ruger .300 magnum carl zeiss
- Remington .300 ultra magnum Leupold
- Remington .375 ultra magnum Docter
- Mauser 7.65 Bushnell
- Winchester .375 H&H carl zeiss

Gear and Equipment

Because of the huge temperature range between day and night, it’s advisable to carry warm clothes in summer as well as in winter, specifically cold weather hunting clothing. Hunting clothes should be light green, green or brown. Camouflage is the best option. 

BOOTS – Waterproof leather type with good ankle support and deep cleated soles (vibram type) suitable for Alpine hunting.

SOCKS – Warm socks for hiking in cool conditions – minimum of 4 pairs, preferably woolen type. Cotton socks for casual wear.

TROUSERS – 1 pair of warm hunting pants (camo fleece type), 1 Pair of light hunting pants for our warmer months (February, March & April). 1 pair of thermal underwear for our colder months (May, June, July & August). 2 pair of casual trousers to wear in town or in the lodge.

SHOES – 1 pair of casual shoes for town and lodge wear.

SHIRTS – 2 warm medium to heavyweight (wool or fleece). 1 lightweight shirt for warm weather. 2 casual shirts to wear in town or the lodge. 1 thermal undershirt.

JACKETS – 1 Lightweight windproof/waterproof pack able jacket in case of wet weather. 1 warm fleece or wool type jacket for cool/cold weather.

HAT – Sun hat or cap for warm weather and a woolen type beanie for cold weather.

GLOVES – Lightweight gloves for our warm months and heavyweight gloves for our colder months.

GAITERS – Optional.

BACKPACK – A small daypack suitable for carrying daytime gear (camera, sunglasses etc).

SUNGLASSES – 1 pair of sunglasses is recommended for all times of the year.

SUN BLOCK – Recommended for our warmer months.

UNDERWEAR – 2 thermal t shirts for cold conditions. 4 pair of underpants.

HEARING PROTECTION – 1 pair of ear plugs.

BINOCULARS – 1 pair of high quality binoculars in 10 x 40 class are essential.

CAMERA – 1 digital type for photos - scenic and trophies.

Travelling Here


Final destination for this hunting option is El Plumerillo Airport (MDZ) in Mendoza, the best connections are through Buenos Aires, Argentina or Santiago de Chile.

All airlines flying to Argentina arrive mainly at Ezeiza (“Ministro Pistarini”) International Airport, which is 23 miles away from the City of Buenos Aires. Since you will be arriving at the international airport, you will need to drive to the domestic airport in Buenos Aires (we can offer you a driver, at an extra cost). Then, you need to fly to El Plumerillo Airport, which is approximately 2:00 hs flying time. 

Right now, 1 airline operates out of El Plumerillo Airport (MDZ): Aerolíneas Argentinas. 

From El Plumerillo Airport the lodge it is a 1:30-hour drive. 


In order to make the most of your stay here in this beautiful country, partnered with Beagle Tours, our sister company with amazing professionals that will be greatly happy to assist you if you are interested in doing some kind of non-hunting activity in Argentina.

Our focus is to offer our guests the type of travel experience they wish in terms of hotel accommodation, activities and city tours. 

We work every day to satisfy the needs of sophisticated and luxurious travelers and guests, as well as small private groups of friends seeking for a mid-rate trip, and even larger groups planning to have an affordable and nice experience. We specialize in custom itineraries based on your group's wishes and budget keeping in mind that anything that your heart desires can be found in our country: From the award winning wine to the highest mountain in the western hemisphere, salt flats and even glaciers. Tourist attractions in Argentina offer something for every traveler.

Thus, if you feel like visiting the one and only Iguazu Falls, doing a wine tour in Mendoza province, amaze yourself navigating around the Glaciar Perito Moreno at the very end of the continent in Santa Cruz province, letting yourself go while you enjoy watching a Tango Show in Buenos Aires province, or you just simply need hotel reservations, please, contact Beagle Tours manager Vicky Fallotico at and she’ll be glad to help you.



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