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The Estancia has engaged a Chef and housekeeping staff to attend our guests every need, where the highest standard of cuisine is presented from the early morning breakfast to lunch and then again at the evening dinner.

Our Estancia caters for the hearty who may wish to enjoy a swim in our pool that is situated close to an area of Olive trees, Vineyard and many fruit trees. You will be mesmerized while enjoying the serine, calm and beautiful surroundings of our magnificent pool.


Argentinean hunting at “Los do Hermanos” ensures our guests the opportunity to spend time actually hunting instead of traveling many hours a day to and from the various hunting grounds. The Migueles family has a 2,500 acre privately owned island as well as hunting rights on two other adjacent Islands that are all set in the middle of the Parana River. (11 kilometers from our Estancia) Upon arriving at the wharf, we take a five- minute cruiser to the island where our team eagerly awaits you, our guest, for a once in a lifetime duck shoot.

The Island boasts three large Laguna’s where there is an abundance of fresh water trout. Our guests can fish the River Parana instead of an afternoon nap or choose to make a morning of fishing allowing your shoulder to heal from the previous day of hunting; fishing gear will be provided. The fish include Dorado, Piranha, Surubi, Boga and Sabalo, just to mention a few. The Island can also provide Horseback riding and an old fashion cattle “round up” that takes place each afternoon where as many as 800 cows are herded into corrals for safekeeping.

The Island

The Province of Entre Rios is very well known for its relentless amount of Ducks, Doves and Perdiz. The doves fly overhead in flocks anywhere from 10 to 200 at a time. This will mesmerize even the most ardent and experienced of hunters. There are many articles and advertisements from various outfitters that proclaim they have all the birds. The fact is; there are literally millions of birds in Entre Rios…

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