Estancia La Catalina

Estancia La Catalina

Architecturally, La Catalina is a classic Argentine estancia (working ranch headquarters) with an Old World flavor and appeal. The lodge looks like a classic one-hundred-year-old home, but it is actually only five years old, so it has all of the modern touches, including wi-fi throughout!

La Catalina has also been designed from the ground up to be the exact lodge that an international sportsman would enjoy on a trip to Argentina. The interior features appealing living, dining and bar areas, supported by hand-hewn, beams, tile ceilings and thick walls. The exterior has lovely landscaping with beautiful hanging gardens and patios and a deck with a huge outdoor hot tub. The great room features comfortable seating/cocktail areas, which flow into the spacious dining room and the bedrooms extend out in two wings from the main area.

Dining is uniformly terrific, featuring famed Argentine beef, Italian and German specialties, delicious game dishes, homemade deserts and of course, delightful Argentine wines.

Ten oversize bedrooms with private bath, with either king or double beds. One last luxury item: a professional massage therapist is available at all times to relax and reinvigorate exhausted limbs and sore shoulders.
The lodge is located near the village of Tortoral, within 15-30 minutes from some of the region's largest dove concentrations.


What do Our Guests Say?

"On behalf of our entire group, I want to thank you and your staff for the wonderful dove hunt.
The hunting, accommodations, menu and service exceeded our expectations. We where made to feel a thought we where more like friends than guests. It will certainly be our honor to recommend your operation to our friends and acquaintances."
Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys

"I have hunted ducks, dove, pigeons and perdiz in Argentina for the past 20 years. I´ve hunted with a number of outfitters and have found what I consider the most outstanding outfitter of all. The Miles Brothers and their staff have presented more quality hunts than any outfitter I have ever worked with."

James E. Upfield

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