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Los Chanares Lodge, Argentina #7406496 01/16/19 08:43 PM
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Heading to the Los Chanares Lodge in Argentina next month to hunt dove with a large group of guys. This will be my first trip and was wondering if there is anything else to do in the area if some of the guys don't want to hunt dove every morning and evening.

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I googled "Los Chanares dove hunting" and their website pulled up.

On the website I hit the button "Cordoba, Argentina" (where you are going)

That pulls up a page that includes, "historical sites to see", "food in Buenos Aires", "seeing the sights", "it takes two to tango!". (seems to be what you are looking for)

You're welcome.

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and if you keep scrolling, "music and festivals".

Re: Los Chanares Lodge, Argentina [Re: Esh and Hattie] #7406728 01/17/19 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Esh and Hattie
I googled "Los Chanares dove hunting" and their website pulled up.

On the website I hit the button "Cordoba, Argentina" (where you are going)

That pulls up a page that includes, "historical sites to see", "food in Buenos Aires", "seeing the sights", "it takes two to tango!". (seems to be what you are looking for)

You're welcome.



When I googled I saw a couple web sites that looked like they belong to the lodge but I donít see the button for ďcordoba, ArgentinaĒ. I must be blind.

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E&H is big on the condescending answers. Don't sweat it JTS

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If you have extra time Iím BA go to the national cemetery. There some 5* restaurants on the river and I will see if i can find the name of the one we went to.

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Originally Posted by brazosboyt
If you have extra time Iím BA go to the national cemetery. There some 5* restaurants on the river and I will see if i can find the name of the one we went to.


Agreed with this. Go check out La Recoleta.


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Originally Posted by JTS
Heading to the Los Chanares Lodge in Argentina next month to hunt dove with a large group of guys. This will be my first trip and was wondering if there is anything else to do in the area if some of the guys don't want to hunt dove every morning and evening.



The lodge is pretty remote as far as day trips are concerned. Most add a day or two at the beginning or the end in either BA or Cordoba. Your group needs to be honest amongst themselves and the lodge and they can make happen whatever y'all want...late nights in Cordoba..."local tourism", etc.

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I'm going two days earlier than the rest of the group and laying over in Santiago Chile and renting a motorcycle to ride in the mountains. Then I am flying into Cordoba to meet the rest of the group.

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Take a tango lesson with a smoking hot instructor

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Originally Posted by JTS
I'm going two days earlier than the rest of the group and laying over in Santiago Chile and renting a motorcycle to ride in the mountains. Then I am flying into Cordoba to meet the rest of the group.


Go to ski resort la parva
Its 36 miles west of santiago
The ride to there is truly amazing
If i had 2 days, i would fly from santiago to the desert of atacama and stay overnite
Most beautiful place in the world by FAR and i have seen a lot
https://chile.travel/en/where-to-go/north-and-the-atacama-desert

I would skip the motor ride and fly to calama (2hrs from santiago)
Flights are cheap $89 one way
You can rent a car from avis and drive 60 miles and stay overnite in san pedro de atacama
You will arrive in atacama before noon and you would not want to leave at all

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Re: Los Chanares Lodge, Argentina [Re: beaversnipe] #7408231 01/18/19 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by beaversnipe
Originally Posted by JTS
I'm going two days earlier than the rest of the group and laying over in Santiago Chile and renting a motorcycle to ride in the mountains. Then I am flying into Cordoba to meet the rest of the group.


Go to ski resort la parva
Its 36 miles west of santiago
The ride to there is truly amazing
If i had 2 days, i would fly from santiago to the desert of atacama and stay overnite
Most beautiful place in the world by FAR and i have seen a lot
https://chile.travel/en/where-to-go/north-and-the-atacama-desert

I would skip the motor ride and fly to calama (2hrs from santiago)
Flights are cheap $89 one way
You can rent a car from avis and drive 60 miles and stay overnite in san pedro de atacama
You will arrive in atacama before noon and you would not want to leave at all


I checked out the link. It looks beautiful.

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