The province of Corrientes, located northeast of the territory of Argentina, is one of the most important areas for Water Buffalo hunting in Argentina. There you can find different species of this beautiful animal, certainly one of the most appreciated by hunters around the world. This variety of species is due to the different ecosystems that are part of the province of Corrientes, where we can find both forests and swamps where much of the region’s wildlife lives.
Our company owns the best land for buffalo hunting in Argentina, and especially in the province of Corrientes. We grant the region perfectly, and that is why we can offer the client a safari like no other. TGB Outfitters will be at your side at all times, helping you and providing you with all the necessary tools to ensure you a unique hunting experience.
These are some of the reasons why our company has a solid reputation. We have the best water buffalo hunting packages in Argentina, precisely because we work in all the provinces where this magnificent animal lives in the wild. For the hunting of each species we have properties specially located in Corrientes, La Pampa, Buenos Aires, and other provinces of Argentina.
Water buffalo have been established many years ago in all the territories near the Paraná River, one of the largest in South America. Our guides know the area perfectly, and will take you to explore the best areas according to your preferences, where you can find the most notable specimens. It is also important to mention that there is no specific hunting season for the water buffalo in Argentina. In fact, it is one of the few animals that can be hunted throughout the year.
We have a long experience organizing safaris in Argentina, and that is why we consider that our hunting packages have everything necessary, and even more, to assure our clients their satisfaction at the best price.
|Red Stag||MAR 01||AUG 31||Without limit|
|Male Boar||JAN 01||DEC 31||2 per day per hunter|
|Female Boar||JAN 01||AUG 31||2 per day per hunter|
|Cougar||JAN 01||DEC 31||1 adult per season|
|Blackbuck||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Fallow Deer||MAR 01||AUG 31||Without limit|
|Axis Deer||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Mouflón||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Multi-horn Ram||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Wild Goat||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Water Buffalo||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Brockett Deer||MAY 01||AUG 31||1 per season|
|Capybara||MAY 01||AUG 31||1 per season|
|Hybrid Sheep||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
Temperature averages are of 18 C during the day from March until April. From June through August daily temperatures average 10 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected at nights and early mornings throughout these months, especially from April forward. Rain is ocassional and doesn't usually extend for more than a day.
Temperature averages are of 20 C during the day from March until April. From June through August daily temperatures average 14 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected at nights and early mornings from April forward. Rain is common and can extend for more than a day.
Temperature average is of 24 C during the day from March until May. From June through August daily temperatures average 18 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected occasionally at nights and early mornings starting in May. Rain is frequent and can extend for more than a day.
Temperature averages are of 10 C during the day from March until April. From June through August daily temperatures average 7 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected all day from April forward. Rain is common and can extend for more than a day.