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It is located 62 miles from Santa Rosa city, in the province of La Pampa, Argentina, and around 400 miles from Buenos Aires Capital City.
The lodge rests on a natural balcony by the hills and the ravines of Quehue Valley, that is the reason why it allows us to enjoy a unique and magnificent landscape. The combination of this and the great Big Game trophies available here, make of this lodge the best place for your next hunt.
$ 7,750 (Low Season)
$ 9,750 (High Season)
All-inclusive 5 nights, 4 full hunting days.
Full accommodations based on double.
1 Red Stag up to 320 SCI.
These rates are flexible based on the number of hunters in the group, month of the season, and availability. Please do not hesitate to contact for an accurate quote and further info.
- World-class cuisine, game meals, drinks, wines, beverages, staying in double-based rooms.
- Field preparation and transportation of the trophies to the broker in Buenos Aires.
- Professional guiding service (2x1).
- Transportation to and from the hunting fields.
- English-speaking host.
- Full use of Lodge facilities.
- Free WIFI.
- International and Domestic airfare.
- Ground Transfers in Buenos Aires
- Phone calls, laundry/dry cleaning, and other items of a personal nature.
- Baggage overweight charges, personal baggage insurance.
- Expenses incurred obtaining a passport.
- Departure taxes.
- Rifle importation into Argentina.
- Trophy’s exportation & delivering costs, taxidermy services.
- Airport Transfer to and from the lodge.
- Hunting license ($ 260 per hunter)
- Gun rental. ($ 300 per hunter)
- Ammunition. ($ 50 per box)
*Prices subject to changes.
Terms and Conditions
- A payment of 50% of the total invoice should be made to secure dates, and the remaining balance should be paid 60 days prior to your arrival.
- This deal is for up to 8 hunters for a full experience.
- Valid deal until filling available spots.
- There are NO refunds (credit for a future trip).
- Red Stag Score upgrades available.
Up to 300” SCI: $ 4,500
300 to 320” SCI: $ 5,500
321 to 340” SCI: $ 6,500
341 to 360” SCI: $ 8,000
360 to 380" SCI: $ 10,000
From 380 onwards request prices.
Up to 80" SCI : $ 2,500
81 to 90" SCI : $ 3,800
More than 90" SCI : $ 5,000
Axis Deer $ 3,500
Fallow Deer $ 2,800
Blackbuck $ 1,200
Blackbuck gold medal $ 2,500
Moufon $ 3000
Wild Boar $ 1,000
Four Horned Ram $ 1,200
Wild Goat $ 1,000
San Eduardo Lodge has 4 double rooms, half of them with a private bathroom. We have an international chef that prepares Argentine cuisine and special delicatessens for our guests. The menu is based on the game we hunt in the ranch. Among other important services for our guests, we provide Wi- Fi connection and laundry service.
The ranch has a private hunting area of 8.820 acres. La Pampa landscape is mainly flat, with soft hills and thick bushes.
Characteristics of the lodge:
- 4 double rooms (they all can be matrimonial or twin)
- Private bathrooms in two bedrooms and two externals
- 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
- Maid and laundry service
**Single Room at extra cost (upon availability)
Enjoy our gourmet and traditional cuisine every night after your shooting day. Our professional chef will delight you with amazing Argentinean and international dishes. We will have special appetizers for your drinks before dinner every night. You have to experience our special goat or lamb “a la cruz”, which is a very local and well known way to prepare this unique delicatessen. Normally, it takes more than three hours on the fire, to get it tender and with that unique taste you wont forget.
Pointer Outfitters wants to welcome all hunters to have an amazing experience while hunting with us. San Eudardo Lodge has been guiding rifle and bowhunters since it was founded. We have different species available and all of them can be hunted from March to July: Red Stag (high season March to April), and then Wild Boar and Wild Goat.
It is usually stalking trough the bushes, one hunter – one guide (PH). Shots are usually no longer than 150 yards, except with the blackbucks, which usually seek for open areas.
For bowhunters, the hunting method is different. We do waits in tree stands, blinds and water holes. In the rutting season we also stalk.
We have different species, such as Red Stag, Wild Boar and Wild Goat.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you shoot any game that was already wounded by natural causes, trophy must be paid in full.
Guns available at the lodge
- Tikka cal. 30-06
- Tikka cal. 300
- Sako cal .300
- Sako cal. 306
- Ruger cal. 308
- Benelli cal 30-06
- Remington cal. 300
- Remington cal. 30-06
- Mauser cal. 7 mm
- cz cal. 30-06
- cz cal. .270
- cz cal. 308
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.
San Eduardo lodge is located 62 miles from the city of Santa Rosa, in the province of La Pampa, Argentina, and 400 miles from Buenos Aires Capital City.
Final destination for this hunting option is Santa Rosa city (RSA)
The best connection is through Buenos Aires (Argentina), Ministro Pistarini Airport (EZE). Right now, 31 airlines operate out of Ministro Pistarini Airport. It offers nonstop flights to 51 cities. Every week, at least 126 domestic flights and 833 international flights depart from this airport.
Important airlines to be considered for international flights: American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines, Copa Airlines, Lan Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Iberia, and British Airways.
Santa Rosa Airport (RSA)
Right now, only 1 airline operates out of Santa Rosa Airport: Aerolineas Argentinas.
Consider also private charters from Buenos Aires to La Pampa. We will be pleased to send you further information and budgets.
When connections are through Buenos Aires (Argentina) you arrive to Ministro Pistarini Airport in Ezeiza and you will have to change airport to Aeroparque (AEP). At least 4 hours between flights are needed, due to traffic delays. We will organize your ground transportation in Buenos Aires to make it hassle free. There are great connections to Buenos Aires from Miami, Dallas, Houston or Atlanta.
From Santa Rosa airport to the lodge it is a 1:30-hour drive.
The following is a sample itinerary:
Day 1: Arrival at Santa Rosa Airport, transfer to the lodge (1:30 hours drive), overnight stay.
Day 2: Breakfast, morning hunting, lunch, afternoon hunting, return at the lodge, cocktails/dinner and overnight stay.
Day 3: Breakfast, morning hunting, lunch, afternoon hunting, return at the lodge, cocktails/dinner and overnight stay.
Day 4: Breakfast, morning hunting, lunch, afternoon hunting, return at the lodge, cocktails/dinner and overnight stay.
Day 5: Breakfast, morning hunting, lunch, afternoon hunting, return at the lodge, cocktails/dinner and overnight stay.
Day 6: Breakfast, morning hunting, lunch, return at the lodge, departure to Buenos Aires airport, departure to US.
In order to make the most of your stay here in this beautiful country, we have partnered with Beagle Tours, our sister company who works with talented professionals which will tailor your every need if you are also 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 for 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.
That is why, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll be glad to help you.
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