The Best Way to Start the Year

On the 7th of January, I met an amazing group from New York; Tim Kilgallon and his friends Daniel, Dean and Ben. They arrived in Cordoba on that same day, saturday morning, and I went to the NH Panoramic Hotel to pick them up in the afternoon to accompany them on a walking city tour in Cordoba city.

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One of Cordoba’s main attractions is the Jesuit Block, a series of colonial buildings that has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The Jesuit Block is a city block of buildings constructed by the Jesuits during the 17th and 18th centuries, including schools, temples and residences. Among the more impressive features are a crypt at the underground novitiate temple, the Company of Jesus Church (the oldest temple in Argentina), and Argentina’s first university, which has been converted into a historic museum by the Cordoba National University.

The city’s most important religious building is the Catedral de Cordoba. Its architecture combines neoclassical, romantic and baroque elements fused with indigenous details. The interior design highlights vault paintings and a variety of contemporary adornments.

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Another thing we went visiting was the amazing Paseo del Buen Pastor, a cultural center in the historic district. Modern and functional, it includes a beautiful colonial chapel (Capuchinos) and conserves original pieces such as porticos and columns, combining contemporary and historic elements. It is made up of diverse spaces designed to house art exhibitions along with various galleries, theaters, cinemas, concert halls and dancing fountains that perform a light and music show in the evenings. There are spacious gardens, terraces, plazas and open-air areas for relaxing, surrounded by excellent restaurants and cafes. El Paseo del Buen Pastor is a true delight for art lovers!

Los Capuchinos church, just in front of the Paseo del Buen Pastor, is a true example of Gothic Revival architecture, designed and made by the famous Italian artist and engineer Augusto Ferrari. He brought specialized staff from Rome to build this structure. The interior and exterior are incredibly beautiful!

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So, it was a hot day but they were really happy about our summer weather since snow is the main character in NYC these days.

It was 6 pm and the tour guide started to telling us all about Cordoba’s history, and after an hour of interesting facts, the group was feeling thirsty – but excited still-  so I took them to a beer place called Antares in Nueva Cordoba neighbourhood, to grab some beers before dinner.

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Beers, laughter, happiness, camaraderie, everything was going great. At 8:30 pm we had reservations made for the group to have and amazing Argentine Barbecue in Alcorta Restaurant for dinner.

Red wine, the most important part of the night, appear to delight our clients palad. Let me tell you a little bit of Argentinean Wine.

Aromas and colors of Córdoba’s wines are closely related to the work of both Jesuits and Friuli immigrants that inhabited the province. As in almost all winemaking regions in Argentina, the Jesuits were those responsible for introducing wine in the province, mainly for mass celebration. Our wines’ handwork can be perceived in their intensity, a flavor enhanced by those of pork meats, cold-cuts and cheese from Colonia Caroya, where the largest local winemaking production is concentrated.

Dan and Dean are chefs, so they were really into this part of the day. They told me lots of stories of all kinds of food they’ve tasted around the world, but nothing compares to the meat and wines we have in Argentina, they said.

Dinner time was over and so I took them back to the hotel, so they can rest and relax before starting the hunting trip with us.

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The next morning, Martin, one of our main guides, went to the hotel at 11:00 am to pick them up and take them straight to the field. 

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It was a rainy morning, but Martin managed to escape the storm and arrive to the field right on time for lunch.

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After lunch the gentlemen took a quick nap in the shadow of the trees on the hammocks, had coffee ,and chatted before they headed to their afternoon hunting locations.

Once the afternoon hunt was over, Martin took them to the Plaza Real Lodge so they can relax and have a massage session after such a long day of hunting.

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The football game was on the TV, so they were all watching that. After some snacks, drinks and the game, we had dinner and then went to the firepit, and, a few hours later, we all decided to go to sleep so we can be ready for the day we had ahead.

The next morning we woke up at 7 am and went to the dining room to have an energetic breakfast to be good to go. Martin arrived at 8am with the van and everything ready for us. We got in there and started that unique experience they were really excited to have.

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On that cloudy and hot day we arrived to the field, after escaping from the dark clouds full of water, and the team was waiting for us with everything prepared to hit the hunting spots.

We heard the shots and we knew everything was going great. By the time they finished the morning hunting, lunch was ready.

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Our amazing and professional chef Federico, prepared for us a really tasty lunch. We had the traditional Argentinean barbeque known as “asado”. A light salad composed of cabbage, tomato, and lettuce was our first course. It was doused with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, giving it a sweet tang. Juicy sausage was served next. Then came the pork flank. Seasoned with salt, pepper, and lime juice; it was the perfect consistency of fat and muscle. It is akin to eating a large succulent piece of bacon. The main entrée was tenderloin. Slow cooked to perfection with a moist pink center and a charred exterior. The two textures playing off each other exceptionally. Lastly, chicken thigh and breast seasoned with lime juice, salt, and pepper. For dessert we had Tiramisu. It was light and airy providing a sweet but not overly filling end to our meal.

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The sunny afternoon was waiting for them, so, they took a quick nap to relax a little bit and went back to their hunting spots.

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I don’t think I can really put in words how much fun this group had while hunting here with us. They were having a blast! Doves were everywhere and flying really fast, the challenge was on!

It was my first time hosting a group from New York City, and I have nothing to say but good things about them. An amazing group of people, full of energy and fun, open to other cultures, trying to make everyone to feel comfortable, Tim’s group.

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You should be the next one !

Victoria Fallótico

Host & Lodge Manager

Pointer Outfitters

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A Trip of a Lifetime

My phone says it’s time to start a new day. The outside temperature is very warm, which is a prediction for a beautiful day. This time, we have an amazing group of four people, two lovely couples; Gary and Kimber, and Jordan and Kiera.

 

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So, as the day starts, our guests had an early breakfast to start the day the best way possible. They decided to stay at Jesus Maria Deluxe Resort, a place where every guest feels at home.

Once they finished this amazing breakfast, Gary and Jordan prepared everything they needed to go straight to the field, and us, we have our shotguns, cartridges, camping equipment and everything ready for a great day.

Kiera and Kimber, in the other hand, were non hunters, so for them we had prepared many different activities to enjoy their trip in Cordoba.

 

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Talking about our non-hunting activities, we can mention activities from horseback riding to a spa day, going through museum visits, Shopping center visits, wine tasting, and many other things Cordoba has to offer and that you can chose from, depending on your likes.

If you would like to get to know this amazing city, let me tell you a bit of what a City Tour in Cordoba looks like. First we would visit Plaza San Martín & surrounding areas; Cordoba’s central square. Its western side is dominated by the white arcade of the restored Cabildo and close to it there is the architecturally impressive Catedral.

Then, we would continue with the Córdoba’s magestic Manzana Jesuitica. The Jesuit block contains the core buildings of the Jesuit system: the university, the church and residence of the Society of Jesus, and the college. In this area we can also visit some stores or boutiques where you can find our well known leather, nice souvenirs and silver crafts.

After visiting the museums, we are ready to have lunch in a traditional restaurant in the area, preparing ourselves for the one and only Paseo del Buen Pastor and Sacred Coeur Church. There are a couple of hip cafe-bars in the central patio area where you can kick back with an Appletini or two. The attached chapel (which has been desanctified) hosts regular live-music performances to finish a nice afternoon.

 

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We would also go to the city’s best contemporary art museums: The Emilio Caraffa Museum, and Palacio Ferreyra Museum. There you will enjoy paintings, sculptures and a Beaux-Arts mansion designed by French architect Ernest Sanson and built between 1912 and 1916 for Dr. Martín Ferreyra.

Finally, ten blocks away from the Córdoba urban historical shell, we get deep into the renowned Bohemian neighborhood called Güemes to visit Paseo de las Artes (artisan flea market).This area is a meeting place and a hot tourist spot that grows constantly.

So, going back to the hunters now, around 8:30 Gary and Jordan are ready to take the field. This time, we are taking them to a place that is less than 30 minutes away from the lodge. As usual, we are taking them on our comfortable toyotas trucks.

 

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As soon as we arrived, the field assistants are waiting for us. The field is full of doves everywhere and, after five minutes of having started the hunting, I hear the first shot. “Buenoooo” screams the assistant.

From what I can here, they are already having a great time, but now, it’s the time to check if each of our new friends is in a good shooting place.

In terms of shotguns, we like recommending Benelli Montefeltro cal 20 since this are amazing machines that work perfectly for dove shooting. Our guest are very happy about them because the shotguns itself and the cartridges worked very well, and they are happy about the manners of our field assistants and how professional they are, always taking care of every detail.

A couple of hours later, I received the first shooter in the tent. Federico, our chef, is ready to receive him with a glass of wine and a special appetizer, which in this case is a bunch of tasty pigeons prepared as a Taco with a traditional chimichurri sauce or well-known as chimichanga.

 

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After all our guests are at the table, lunchtime started with some fresh pigeon wrapped in bacon onion and peppers, and following, we have some ribs, flank steak, pork, and other meat cuts grilled, and all together making the one and only argentinean Asado, accompanied of course, with Malbec wine.
After lunch, we like preparing the hammocks for a quick nap before the afternoon hunt. Meanwhile, Francisco and Emanuel, the assistants, are checking new positions for the afternoon hunt.

In October, the weather is very good as we are in the spring time, so we have a very pleasant temperature. At 2:30 pm we have the first doves flying, which means it’s time to start.
Our field assistants with each shotgun clean and ready, are already positioned to guide our clients to the shooting area.
After an amazing day of shooting, at 5.45 pm, and after picking up everything they needed, our guest were good to go.
Returning to the lodge, I remember listening to them talking about the memories of the day, happy about every single dove they killed.

Once they arrived to the lodge, the host and their wives were waiting for them to enjoy some appetizers before dinner and, of course, a massage session to ease the shoulders.
Now, knowing that customers are safe in the hands of our chef and staff, I will leave the lodge and prepare everything for another day.

I hope to see you again soon !

Martin Andrada

Head Guide

Pointer Outfitters

 

An Unbelievable Trip

This group came in October, which is my favourite month of the year for wingshooting. They are a very particular group since it is their first time in Argentina and in our luxurious Lodge, Estancia La Paz.

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We recommend our guests using guns like Benelli Montefeltro cal 20 and our new units from Beretta 400, as well as Beretta Silver Pigeons Over and Under, and Beretta 391, since those are really light and with a high performance when you shoot. These are really fast shotguns for shooting as many doves as we have here on our fields.

Just in case you did not know, we are located in northern Cordoba, place that has many fields and highlands filled with doves. In our case, we like taking our guests to the lower part of this zone, since doves are flying close to the rivers and that works great for us.

So, as I mentioned before, I really like October because it’s the most recommended month for wingshooting. The weather is amazing, doves are everywhere, everything is perfect.

Even though this year the corn harvest was a bit delayed, and doves stayed a little longer in the hills, they are already nesting on a particular zone that is strategic for dove shooting, with some inner roads that make everything easier.

We also count on a professional field staff that is always taking care of your needs, making your trip an amazing experience.

Our guests Paul, Michael, Brad, and Danny choose to stay in one of our favourite Lodges; Estancia La Paz.

This places is a traditional estancia that exisists since the nineteenth century, and looms large in Argentina’s history, as it was the place chosen by the President Julio A. Roca to spend his days off. Through this legacy, Pueblo Estancia La Paz, became a unique development that combines history, nature, and style.

 

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Nestled in the heart of the Sierras Chicas in Cordoba, Argentina, Estancia La Paz is conceived as the best urban accommodations available, featuring comfort and services offered by luxury hotels.

This beautiful Estancia rests on 501 hectares, of which 268 are parks and nature reserves, and the remaining 232 devoted to a Residential Area.

Another thing that is worth mentioning, is lunch time at the field. Our cheff prepared some doves in red wine with sauted vegetables, dove tacos with Tabaco sause and, of course, as a main dish he made traditional Argentinean Asado with many different cuts of meat, always accompained with red Malbec wine from such great wineries as the ones Argentina has.

After three days of non-stopping wingshooting action, our new friends, before leaving the country, decided to do a city tour around Cordoba City, a great option to get to know this beautiful and full of history province.

We hope to see you guys again soon.

Martin Andrada

Head Guide

Pointer Outfitters

MIO HOTEL – Buenos Aires

Stepping through the stunning six meter-high door made of French oak from wine barrels, on the distinguished Quintana Avenue, at the heart of distinct Recoleta, MIO BUENOS AIRES stands apart. A blend of daring design, comfort and meticulous service with state-of-the-art technology stands out as a fusion of luxury, high-tech functionality and pleasure. Fine materials such as calden wood, glass, cotton, oak, steel, marble and silk, all combine beautifully to create a unique aesthetic that stands apart in a tangible sensation of warmness and intimacy in each and every one of the thirty rooms and suites of MIO BUENOS AIRES.

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MIO BUENOS AIRES’ rooms will definitively take you aback. Every detail has been conceived to generate a sense of warmness and intimacy, with a strong emphasis in comfort so that you can feel at home, with the advantages of the impeccable service of the hotel. King-size beds with deluxe comforters, oversized bathtubs and shower with large and powerful shower heads, the perfect light for every setting and delicate gourmet amenities.

Every room features:

  • Led TV
  • DVD Player
  • Micro Component System with IPOD Dock
  • Cable TV

 

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MIO BUENOS AIRES is only a few meters away from exclusive designer stores, cultural centers, museums, shopping centers, art galleries, renowned restaurants, the city gardens and points of tourism interes.

*Ezeiza International Airport: 45 minutes by car

* Jorge Newbery Airport – Domestic Flights: 15 minutes by car

* Port of Buenos Aires: 10 minutes by car.

Closer points of interest:

  • San Telmo
  • Av. de Mayo, Plaza de Mayo, Cabildo and Pink House
  • La Boca
  • Recoleta Cemetery, where Evita Peron’s remains rest.
  • Colón Theater
  • Xul Solar Museum
  • Puerto Madero
  • Fine Arts Museum
  • MALBA (Latin American Museum of Art of Buenos Aires)

MIO BUENOS AIRES stands out as an icon of distinct identity that combines luxury, elegance and original design, with customized care and an exceptional service, featuring a blend of luxury, hi-tech functionality and pleasure.

 

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Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel – Buenos Aires

Loi Suites has been offering hotel services for the last 40 years. It’s strong commitment with high quality and personalized service started in 1972.

In 2000 the first 5 stars hotel was opened as Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel in Buenos Aires, also offering distinguished rooms for events and excellent international kitchen.

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LOI SUITES RECOLETA HOTEL is located in the heart of the exquisite neighborhood of Recoleta, at walking distance from the historical Recoleta Cemetery, the hotel shares the area with art galleries, restaurants, bars and beautiful parks.

All rooms are equipped with Internet, flat TV with cable, Frigobar, microwave oven electric kettle, Desk for working and Safety box.

 

In the hotel, the Winter Garden extends to 400m2 including the swimming pool. Ideal ambiance for relaxing with natural light and vegetation during your stay.

 

POINTS OF INTEREST:

  • Aeroparque Jorge Newbery: 5,09 miles
  • Aeropuerto Internacional de Ezeiza – Ministro Pistarini: 31 miles
  • Terminal de ómnibus de Retiro: 1,55 miles
  • Puerto Madero: 2 miles
  • Plaza de Mayo: 2,17 miles
  • San Telmo: 2,79 miles
  • Obelisco: 1,11 miles
  • Teatro Colón: 1,11
  • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes: 0,55 miles
  • MALBA (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires): 1,24 miles
  • Peatonal Florida: 1,24 miles

 *Best quality in hotel services in different marvellous sceneries*

http://www.loisuites.com.ar/en

Spa Day

A spa day can be an optimum plan for relaxation and revitalization. We all need to be pampered from time to time. This experience will make you feel completely renewed.

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You can enjoy a session of relaxing massages while breathing the fresh air of the countryside, surrounded by the impressive landscape of surrounding mountains.

The swimming pool and the solarium are the perfect places to disconnect and escape for the day. There is a heavenly view of the Sierras of a Cordoba. You will also enjoy the sauna, jacuzzi and whirlpool in the most charming and hospitable atmosphere.

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Here are a few great options to spend a day taking care of yourself.

Relaxing Massage

Getting a massage is probably one of the first things you think of when considering a day of pampering. It triggers a host of brain chemistry responses that can result in long lasting feelings of relaxation, lowered stress and improved mood.

You will get the choice of trying different methods such as aromatherapy massage, hot stone, shiatsu, back massage and a lot of more. After taking one of these you will see how easy, affordable, and beneficial a little pampering can be. 

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Facial Massage

A facial will renew your skin and give you a healthy and youthful glow.

Facial treatments typically include deep cleansing, exfoliation, treatment products, and massage.In addition to being incredibly relaxing, facials help maintain the health of your skin to diminish the signs of aging, and help treat acne breakouts.

You’ll feel energized and ready to conquer everything you have to do with a new sense of renewal.

Beauty finger nails treatment

Manicures and pedicures can help give your hands and feet a youthful appearance by getting rid of dead skin and hangnails.

Nail technicians apply creams and oils to moisturize and nourish your skin and cuticles to help maintain young looking skin.

The spa is an ideal place to reflect on your life and focus on personal rediscovery, health, and healing. A little bit of time away, in the peace and quiet can do a world of good.

A sample itinerary for your Spa Day:

One of our team members will pick you up in the morning at about 8.30 am.

Then we drive about forty minutes to one of the nicest places to have a spa day “Jesus Maria Deluxe Resort”. There you have a morning full of massages and relaxing activities.

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At lunch time you enjoy our Argentinian cuisine and great red wine at this amazing and comfortable place.spa7.jpg

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After lunch you also have the option of a city tour in Jesus Maria, do some shopping and explore this scenic city.Or you can choose to get some more massages and enjoy the sauna and the swimming pool.

At about 5.30 pm we will go back at the lodge ready to meet the rest of the group that has been hunting.

 

 

The One and Only Bland family

We started with the arrival of the family Bland on their first time in Argentina. They are a lovely family with two girls, huge fans of the dove hunting; Dirk and his family from Texas.

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Upon arrival in Buenos Aires, Liliana, our experienced guide, picked them up in Ezeiza, and then left the luggage at the hotel. Everyone was ready to start learning about this amazing city of Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires is a magical city. Legally called City of Buenos Aires or Buenos Aires, is the capital of Argentina and the main urban center of the country. It is located in the central-eastern region, on the western shore of the River Plate, in the Pampas plains. From Buenos Aires there is many flight to Cordoba city with Aerolineas Argentinas or LAN Argentina airlines.- It is About 1 hour flight.

They had lunch with Lili, and from there, they went to make sightseeing around the city. They were fascinated! The most important thing was going to the zoo; Cory and Dirk walked around and enjoyed the moment.

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The next day Cordoba is waiting! The hunting party begins! I picked them up at the airport and gave them a welcome speech, telling them about this beautiful city as Cordoba is.

Around 12 am, after one night in Buenos Aires, we welcome them to our city. I told Dirk, Mary, Cory and Lacy that we were 40 minutes far from the field where we first had lunch. I get in touch by radio on my way to the lodge, with our chef David, who is waiting for us with lunch ready.

When we arrived to the lodge, they could not wait to have lunch, since they knew they were going to try the best Argentinian Asado, made with loin, chorizo, pork ribs, chicken etc.

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After lunch, I offered Mary and Cory two shotguns short cylinder heads we have;Benelli Montefeltro and Beretta 391 Urika, both cal 20. They were surprised when placed on their shoulders; those are very comfortable shotguns that fit very well in people of average height. We talked about security and we are ready to start.

Pigeons are flying in all directions and our field assistants are prepared to take them to each hunting spot. Each attendee prepares, before the hunt, the blind or hunting spot with branches and bushes from the area. In order to do that, each one has a bowie knife INCOLMA of high quality, which is sharpened every week. The hunting spotshould be of about 1.50 meters or 1.65 meters depending on the client and place so that they are well covered and camouflaged from the doves. It is commonly armed with piquillín and other branches of autochthonous trees.

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The doves are coming to the roost at 3:30 pm, as at this time of year birds migrate to lower areas searching for food. It is a special moment, and after a few harangues, as if they were a football team, the hunt begins. We quickly realize that they are experienced and very good hunters.-

Gaby and Santiago are the field assistants of our guests. About 3 hours and a half, after more than 750 shots fired, Dirk comes and says “it’s amazing how many doves there are at this field! I feel amazed by the service in the field, I feel like a king!

Then we returned to the lodge where Maidel is waiting for us, like Cory’s masseurs, eager for her first massage after 750 shots fired. We can say it was an excellent day. Our friends are at the lodge, very relaxed and happy, I say goodnight and retire to organize the next day of hunting, leaving everyone with Maidel.

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Cory returned renewed from her massage, recommending them to all her family.

Did you know that massages after hunting are very popular? In every group, each person takes massages once or twice, it feels very, very relaxing and refreshing, finishing the evening with one of our experienced masseurs staff.  There are two types of massages. Both massage seeking release muscle tension and combat pain.

Dirk, shoot a parrot and when I grabbed it, he was alive! It bit him and Cory startedlaughing a lot! I remember Lacy and Cathy telling the anecdote; so fun!  

After the spectacular dinner at Plaza Real Lodge, laughing and drinking, we went to sleep to enjoy a new day.

Martin Andrada

Head guide

Pointer Outfitters

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TESTIMONIAL

The experience I had with my family at Pointer Outfitters was more than we could have asked for.

The travel experience was made great from purchasing the tickets and hotel for a night in the capital to rides to and from the airport. Every day we woke up to an amazing breakfast. We had so many dove and some of the best bird boys you could ask for. The lunch in the field was always something amazing. When we arrived back at the lodge we were always greeted with a friendly staff and a glass of orange juice. The dinner was always great and it made a perfect time to share our hunting experience with the other hunters.

The lodge offered an amazing massage that was perfect after a long day of shooting at more dove than you could count.

Our staff was always friendly. Pablo and Maidel were both so friendly and did everything in their power to make our family hunting trip the best. All of the staff made our trip more than we could ask for.

This was the best hunting trip ever and that was all thanks to the amazing staff. 

Regards,

Lacy Dee Helen Bland

 

If you want to experience a hunt that will keep you driving for more, this is the place to go. As a female hunter I was skeptical about hunting with a bunch of guys, but I was treated like any other hunter, royalty. I currently struggle with Celiac disease, and cannot consume foods with gluten, or I become very ill. The staff went out of their way, driving all over town, just to find snacks for me. Oh and every meal was absolutely delicious, especially lunch in the field! The hunting and staff service is amazing. The bird boys work so hard to build blinds and track the best spots to hunt. Everyone is so friendly and helpful with anything you might need. Let’s not forget about the option for a massage after each hunt, best decision EVER. I recommend this hunt to any hunter out there that wants to have a lifetime experience that they will NEVER forget. I plan on making another trip back to hunt in the future!

Sincerely Corybelle Bland

Pablo

We came to Argentina for a Dove hunt with Pointer Wingshooting. They helped us out every step of the way. Pablo and Maidel helped us out every step of the way from the moment we started planning until we left .They have a Great staff. Martin is a great guy he was at the airport to pick us up and take us to the field . He took us to the field every morning and brought us back in the evening. Plus he would come check us threw out the day. I can say we had the Best Bird Boys Gabby (#1) and Leon. They were a great help the whole time. We laughed a lot and had a great time. Everyone was always smiling . Everybody worked hard for our Family. We made a lot of new friends and memories. Everyone from the field to Lodge worked hard to let my family have a great time. We flew in a day early to Buenos Aire and LiLi picked us up and gave us a tour . She did a great job. She made sure we got to our Hotel and took us for lunch. Then Juan took us the next day to the Airport for our Hunt. The food was fantastic in the field and at the Lodge. The staff at the Lodge always greeted you with a smile. Everyone with Pointer Wingshooting worked hard and we appreciate everyone and everything they did for The Bland Family. Hope to come back and Dove Hunt again. Words are hard to describe how much fun we had because it was so awesome! Yall have the best staff anyone could ask for.

 Thank You

 Cathy Bland

Royalty! If you are looking to go to a fine place to hunt doves these guys treated me and my family like Kings! Words cannot describe what a great job Pablo and his crew did for the Bland family! From start to finish Pablo and his crew helped me arranged our flight plan, tour of the city, special meal planning for my daughter, wonderful bird boys, great guns and ammo, meeting new friends, meals and commendation fit for a King! I could not be any happier, the whole trip was unbelievable. Pablo and all the Pointer Outfitter crew is Superior, this trip was are first ever family trip out from our country we had many different new experiences, I am so proud that I found this crew to be so helpful. The dove hunting is amazing with many many birds but this hunting trip would not be as great if it wasn’t  for the positive attitude everyone had, I was excepted as a friend not a customer. Many thanks to all, I know everyone worked really hard! Pointer Outfitters is the finest group of people you can meet, people who care with their hearts ! Argentina dove hunting at its finest, a hunters dream come true enjoyed with my wife and two daughter.

Love you guys!!!!!

Dirk Bland