Big Game By Destination
Red Stag Patagonia operates fine big game lodges in two countries, Argentina and Chile, where each lodge raises the bar for the great big game hunt, accommodations, and regional services. In addition, all of our well-appointed outposts have been uniquely designed to complement the setting in which they are located.
Red Stag Patagonia is proud to offer a hunting program on one of the best red stag preserves in South America: Red Stag Tupungato. Owned by one of the oldest families in Mendoza province, your hosts have been breeding and managing red stag herds for the last 30 years. By interbreeding local stock with some of the very best bloodlines from Europe and New Zealand, they have today some of the biggest and healthiest herds in the country.
Red Stag Junin is located within a 100,000-acre family owned estancia in the high desert foothills of the Andes, Argentina. Situated in the province of Neuquen, approximately 40 miles southeast of San Martin de Los Andes, the ranch is a 2hr drive from Bariloche and San Martin airports.
Located in the Province of Buenos Aires, just 85 minutes from the Ezeiza International airport, Los Crestones Lodge was named for the Rosy Billed Pochard—Argentina’s most distinctive and sought‐after duck. Set in a mature parkland and surrounded by fertile countryside, Los Crestones will offer discerning guests a combination of the best bird hunting with the best Wild Black Buck and Axis Deer Hunting in South America.
Our Chilean program, Red Stag Chile, offers a truly unique opportunity to hunt for the enormous Red Stag that roams this part of the Central Valley of Chile. The area combines abundant food, great cover and more than 80 years of selective herd management, producing some of the biggest wild stags in the world. Indeed, over the years many have found the top of the record books. The Stags are completely wild and all hunts are fair chase on an unfenced ranch. No more than 6 mature stags are harvested each year, so availability for these hunts is extremely limited.