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Caza Pampa

, La Pampa, Argentina

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Caza Pampa

, La Pampa, Argentina




Deer, Water Buffallo, Puma, Mouflon, Fallow Deer, Wild Boar, Feral Goats, Hybrid Sheep, Multi Horn Ram, Juan Fernandez Goat, Collared Peccary


We offer world class accommodations accompanied by warm South American hospitality.
Everyone at Cazapampa will go the extra mile to ensure that all of our guests leave the ranch with fond memories that will last a life time. For those guests not interested in hunting we also offer other outdoor activities such as horseback riding, photographic safaris, hiking, cooking lessons, between others, that will allow non-hunters to enjoy one of the most beautiful hunting destinations in Argentina.

Come and enjoy great hunting with knowledgeable professional guides, world class accommodations, outstanding food and wine, and the warm friendly service provided by our attentive staff.


Meals: We include full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for hunters and non-hunting companions. You will enjoy the delicious typical Argentine dishes, especially barbequed meats, as well as the finest wines from Mendoza and Patagonia. Both lunch and dinner include assorted beverages (bottled water, beer, soft drinks and wine) free of charge. We also offer a get-together by the bonfire before dinner, where everyone enjoys delicious regional products while sharing unforgettable anecdotes.

Bedrooms: Each detail has been carefully planned so that your stay would be as pleasant as possible, large rooms with private bathrooms await you for a very well deserved rest. We also offer 24 hour in room laundry service.

“La Pulperia”: Come and have dinner at an old-days grocery store, where the gauchos went for their supplies (such as salt, jerky, eggs, among others), and to catch a break from long hours of hard horse riding and cattle herding. It was also the place where gauchos used to come together to enjoy a “mate” and share stories of day-to-day and work, making “La Pulperia” one of the most typical gathering places in the Argentine Pampas.


More and more, traveling to exotic destinations to hunt and experience the local customs and culture of the local people is becoming an activity that is enjoyed by both hunters and non-hunters alike. With this in mind, Cazapampa has developed a program of non-hunting activities that is designed to provide those in the group who do not wish to hunt with an opportunity to experience and enjoy the natural beauty that is found in the wild places on the pampas. Activities such as horseback riding, hiking, photo safaris, observing and participating in everyday gaucho activities and cooking lessons with the local chef allow the non-hunter to truly appreciate the beauty of their natural surroundings as well as experience the customs, culture, and way of life of the local people.

Location & Transportation

Cazapampa is located at 1,5 Hours from Santa Rosa’s Airport, the meeting point of the hunt. For getting here, you will first have to arrive to Buenos Aires, the Capital of Argentina and where all International Flights arrive. Once in BA, a Domestic Flight has to be taken to Santa Rosa City, in La Pampa Province, where a member of Cazapampa’s Staff will be waiting for all the hunters.

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