Species: Duck

Programs

Five Feathers

For over 25 years Luis Brown’s River Plate Wingshooting has selected the best shooting grounds in Uruguay and Argentina, and perfected service and logistics like no one else in the business to ensure that you enjoy the trip of a lifetime.

Best of 3 Duck Destinations

For over 25 years Luis Brown’s River Plate Wingshooting has selected the best shooting grounds in Uruguay and Argentina, and perfected service and logistics like no one else in the business to ensure that you enjoy the trip of a lifetime.

Three Feathers

Our three feather program offers the possibility to hunt for the perfect mix of feathers granting a serious challenge to our savvy guest hunters.

Lodges

Santa Elena

Estancia “Santa Elena” is our latest addition to our premium lodges, it is a traditional luxury state house built in the 1920´s that is being thoroughly refurbished, actually with 6 suites with private bathroom each and all kind of amenities, including stables, swimming pool, very well stocked bar, and even a chapel, etc.

Santa Rosa

Description In River Plate’s quarter-century of experience, El Rincon and Santa Rosa were selected as the logistically best for superb mixed-bag shooting. They provide access to an enormous duck population in a variety of marsh, pond and river habitats, an ever-increasing dove population, and large concentrations of perdiz, well-pointed by excellent bird dogs. All of […]

La Bellaca

Estancia “La Bellaca” is considered the most luxurious dove destination in South America and the easiest to reach . It is located only 45 minutes drive from the International Airport of Montevideo with direct daily overnight flights from the US and Europe.

La Escondida

This is a true high-volume duck destination for serious water fowlers. Other species are available within a 1½ hour drive, but the emphasis is mainly on ducks. La Escondida, a 100-year-old traditional estancia, is located at a convenient 3½ hour drive west from Buenos Aires.

El Rincón

At one time, Estancia El Rincon, which extended to over three million acres, was one of the largest in the country. River Plate refurbished and upgraded the original home, which was built in 1890, to restore it to the glory of its early days.