Pica ZuroLodge Córdoba, Argentina
Dove Hunting

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Despite its stately 19th century facade, Pica Zuro is a modern launch pad for dove hunters. It’s grand, it’s comfortable, and it’s close to the doves. At Pica Zuro short drives are the norm: the lodge is positioned to reach hundreds of private-access hunting locations within minutes. There are never ending flocks, all year round.

Each day, hunters leave the pastoral setting on the lodge and move to the hills and fields, where doves fly in spectacular numbers.

Upon returning to the lodge, our skilled chef assures that meals are fit for a king. Pica Zuro’s staff–including guides and tenured field assistants–see to every detail, so your focus remains down the rib of your gun.

WHY CHOOSE PICA ZURO LODGE?

  • Branded by David Denies, the pioneer of dove hunting in Argentina since 1984.
  • Stylish refurbished 19th century estate, with high ceilings, spacious rooms, and marble-accented baths. All amenities are 5-Star.
  • Pica Zuro for twenty years has set the benchmark for others to follow.
  • Daily à la carte menu, premium wine selection, and open bar are all-inclusive.
  • Game room, outdoor hot tub, lap pool, dry sauna, and massage room.
  • Outdoor fire pit for afternoon and evening relaxation.
  • Ideal for large group (up to 15 guests), couples, and corporate trips—expect great value without sacrificing comfort.
  • More than 250,000 acres of land means that we hunt a mix of steep hills, sunflower fields, creeks beds, and sorghum plots so you can enjoy variety and quality hunting year round.
  • Ideally located for shorter drives to the best shooting grounds.
  • Safari-style tented lunch in the field assures a full day of hunting and no time lost driving to and from the lodge.
  • Personalized service: from welcome drinks every day and cool towels in the field to turn down service at night, and a steadfast commitment to local communities, we have redefined the meaning of “customized”—for the better.

LODGE LOCATION

Coordinates 30°32’31.5”S, 64°13’47.3”W

Pica Zuro Lodge is located in the province of Córdoba, in Central Argentina, 60 miles (100 km) North of the Córdoba City International Airport. The driving time from the airport to the lodge is about an hour and fifteen minutes. For more than 25 years, seasoned international bird hunters have recognized Córdoba as the world’s leading destination for high-volume dove hunting. Córdoba offers hunters easy access, with direct flights from Miami (USA), Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires, Lima (Peru) and Panama City (Panama). Pleasant weather is also a bonus, with more than 320 days of sun per year.

GETTING THERE

Located midway between Santiago, Chile, and Buenos Aires, Pica Zuro Lodge can be reached from either west or east. There are daily direct flights from many U.S. cities to Santiago, with connecting flights to Córdoba City. You will be dove hunting at midday on the day of your arrival. Hunters may also fly into Buenos Aires (Ezeiza International Airport), transfer to the domestic airport and take a 1-hr flight to Córdoba. There is a new non-stop flight from Miami to Córdoba ,which departs on Saturdays and Sundays. It’s great option if you can make it match your schedule.

THE LODGE

Photographs of Pica Zuro have never done it justice. Some great old buildings are like that. This one is. The rooms are bigger, the ceilings higher, and the chairs are softer than they seem in photos. It is peaceful and tidy in the rooms, quiet on the outside verandas. After a hunting day you may want some quiet, or a place to laugh with friends while our professional waiters bring drinks and snacks. A photo doesn’t capture the wisper of the fan blades overhead, or the tinkling of ice in glasses. You have to visit to enjoy it. And photos don’t come close to explaining the dove hunting either. Even video doesn’t do that. Since 1983, you still have to see it to believe it… When you arrive at the swinging gate outside Pica Zuro, you’ll proceed up the winding drive and sense at once that the lodge has had time to settle and amass ambiance. Things look comfortable here, geese swim in the pond, and fan blinds swirl on the porches. There’s a feeling of old world elegance that starts outdoors and extends throughout each room of the property. Our gift shop offers local artwork and crafts, logo wear and accessories. We can easily arrange historic tours, shopping trips and horseback riding.

FOOD AND DRINK

At Pica Zuro, we take your dining experiences seriously, and we strive to make every meal as wonderful as every trip to the field. We offer a la carte dining to our shooting guests. Our kitchens come to life through the use of fresh and regionally representative meats and produce. By combining these elements, we create delicious flavors and varied textures that harbor hidden stories and package traditions on each plate. A top-notch team of experienced national and international chefs, trained in both classic and avant-garde culinary techniques, execute our food. With an artisan’s touch, chefs prepare every dish by scratch to be served at a minute’s notice. Days start with a hearty breakfast composed of a variety of homemade breads, jam, meadow honey, fresh fruit, natural yoghurts, cereals and eggs prepared any one of six ways, including porridge, French toast and the daily special. Our legendary field lunches at Córdoba are all about asado-style cooking. Lunch is served al’ fresco in the hunting area each day featuring a variety of choice meats and salads, grilled dove breasts, short ribs, plus lamb, grilled chicken, etc. Bread comes from our own bakery. Beverages and delicious deserts are included. The evening meal is a celebration of fine dining in a casual setting, and it is a chance for our house chefs to really shine. Again, options are a la carte, so if you are enjoying our famous beef and wish to enjoy a steak each evening, we’ll happily grill one to order, but if you’d dare be a bit more adventurous and wish to try Risotto with calamari ink, or grilled trout with tomato puree, then we’d encourage you to sample our specialty dishes. Finally, there are the desserts. Each day brings a new creation, from flan to our local delight, dulce de leche, plus fruit, homemade ice creams, and pies.

WINES

Our inspired lunch and dinner menus are paired with some of Argentina’s— and the world’s—best wines, from Bodega Catena Zapata. We celebrate our Argentine heritage with a wine partnership that brings truly world class wines to our lodges. We feel that the food we present and the wines we serve should mirror the sporting opportunities we offer—and be the very best available. We feel our offerings from Bodega Catena Zapata blend perfectly into our harmonious niche in the sporting environment. Boasting many accolades from the wine community at large, a Bodega Catena Zapata wine recently received a “number four in the world” icon ranking from Wine Advocate. These are truly great wines that compete on the world stage and in addition to enjoying your sporting holiday and our excellent menus, we hope you will also take note of our wines. They hold a special place in our culture and we are proud to serve them to you.

 

Alcoholic Beverages / Tobacco Importation

Two bottles of liquor and two cartons of cigarettes can be taken into Argentina duty-free. Our suggestion is that you purchase these at the airport before departure. If there is any special brand of liquor that you like we recommend that you purchase it at the duty free.

PICTURES

RATES

$595 – $830 per person per night.

Rooms: 9

Capacity: 14 hunters

Rates at Pica Zuro Lodge fluctuate between $595 and $830 per shooter, per night. These rates are flexible based upon time of year, number of hunters in the group, and lodge availability—please CONTACT US for an accurate quote.

SPECIAL PRICE FOR PRIVATE TEAMS (11 hunters)

INCLUDED: Meet and assistance on arrival and departure; Transfer to and from the airport only for parties arriving and departing together; Lodging; Meals, all wines beer, and local spirits; Professional guide service and field assistants; Payment to land owners for hunting rights.

NOT INCLUDED: Gratuities for guides and house staff; Airfares; Gun entry permits; Gun Rental; Shells; Masseuse; Laundry service; Phone calls; Tours, shopping trips, horseback riding, etc.; Any items of a strictly personal nature; Transfer to and from the lodge for clients not arriving or departing with the whole party; Baggage overweight charges; Personal and baggage insurance; Cost of itinerary modifications requested by passenger; Buenos Aires transfers and hotels.

*Prices are in USD

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SEASON

LODGE SPECIE JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
PICA ZURO Doves
LA DORMIDA Doves
CORDOBA Doves
MONTARAZ Pigeon
JACANA Ducks
LOS CRESTONES Doves
Perdiz
Ducks
Wild black buck & Axis deer















SAN JUAN
URUGUAY
Perdiz
Ducks
Doves
























EARED DOVE

 

This bird was named Eared Dove for a dark patch of feather on the side of the bird’s upper cheek that looks like an ear. These doves are the size of the North America’s popular mourning dove, and in the hand, it’s difficult to tell the two species apart. In the Cordoba region, farming practices and vast roost areas allow these birds to thrive at epic population levels. Various recent estimates put the Eared dove populations in excess of fifty million birds.

TESTIMONIALS

Dove Hunting in Córdoba

Forget what you’ve heard about dove hunting in Mexico, or what you used to hear about the doves in Colombia. Simply put, the dove hunting available in our part of Córdoba is, on its worst day, amazing, and more typically is beyond comparison with any other dove hunting resource around the globe.

Córdoba is considered the Dove Hunting Capital of the World for good reason. More than 50 million non-migratory doves inhabit the area around our lodge. Furthermore, these 50 million birds reproduce at an average rate of five times a year. So that is the dove resource we have available. To utilize this staggering resource, the lodge has 55 hunting locations located within a short drive through the region’s rolling farmland. Some locations are field edges, some are dry creek bottoms, and others are the edges of wood lots or hill country with high brush. Each offers a different hunting challenge, and we have the ability to dial up or dial down the difficulty of the hunting within each location.

 

The daily hunting program generally starts at 8 a.m., with a hearty breakfast and a short drive to the shoot.

In the field you will be assigned a pick-up boy, who provides you with shells and refreshments and directs you to your hunting stand. Once you are placed and ready, hunting begins, and either one or two full-time bird boys will assist you. Additionally, our head guide will also be available to assist or provide tips on your hunting if desired.

Depending on the time of the year, you will hunt till noon, when you’ll be treated to an incredible Asado-style lunch, served in the shade of a comfortable safari tent, featuring Argentina’s wonderful beef and superb wines. Many hunters like to enjoy a nap after lunch, with afternoon hunting sessions beginning at around 2 or 2:30, and continuing until late in the day. There is no required quitting time, good sense and tired shooters dictate when the day is through. After hunting there is time for showers and cocktails at the lodge prior to dinner.

Each day the lodge donates hundreds of doves to a local food kitchen that serves the area’s needy children. (Read more about this: WHAT HAPPENS TO THE BIRDS?)

The Perfect Time to Visit Us

This information from our outstanding staff in Córdoba will prove handy if you’re planning to visit us in Argentina. The following separates the year into quarters, and each section highlights perfect times for hunting:

Perfect Time #1: July 15 through Feb. 15 — “The Glorious Hills”

Weather: This season includes the end of winter, the entire spring, and part of our summer—almost half our year. For the end of winter and most of spring we experience mild temps and blue skies carrying easterly winds. During our mid-winter and early spring we can find challenging birds due to a combination of deep valleys and wind, especially in August. The tail end of this block is our summer, when we can experience tropical showers late in the day with a predominantly northerly wind. Temperatures: 65-95F.

Doves: We can present every bird in the book during this broad time of year, from sky-scraping high doves to low and slow birds perfect for beginners—and all flying at every possible angle. We’re situated in the hills daily at this time of year, changing hunting scenarios every hunt, and we can use our location to our advantage to produce just about any hunt a client or a group might prefer. We can also “duplicate” every game bird shot in the book—from high pheasants, crossing ducks, or incoming grouse. If hunters want low birds we hunt the ridges; and if they want high doves we go deep into the valleys. We also hunt an array of local farms, which provide a nice variation from day to day.

Also, hunting with double guns can be offered, our professional field assistants can stuff or double gun every day. Driving distances from Pica Zuro range 15 to 35 minutes. La Dormida is about 25 minutes. Córdoba Lodge is about 15 to 25 minutes.

Perfect Time #2: Feb. 15 to March 15 — “In Transition”

Weather: Sunny and dry, with occasional light showers.

Doves: A combination of the hills and flat hunting, with the best hunts occurring early in the morning and after 3 p.m. until sunset at 8 pm. Much like our June/July hunting, but with the benefit of longer days and warmer temperatures. This season is short because the doves will stop hatching due to lack of food and start holding in temporary roosts in the flats close to the production areas. As David Denies is the only outfitter holding 250.000+ acres of land, we can still guarantee incredible customized hunting while other outfitters close their doors during this time. This is the opposite movement from our June/July hunt in that we are now moving from the hills back to the flats; two great hunts per day, often with a long lunch and time for a nap at midday. Beautiful, warm weather. Driving distance from Pica Zuro varies from 10 to 45 minutes. La Dormida averages 25 to 35 minutes. Córdoba Lodge from 20 to 30 minutes.

Perfect Time #3: March 15 to June 15 — “The Flatlands”

Weather: This is our autumn, and while we can have some rain in March, April, and early May it’s rarely more than a day or two of rain per month. Then our dry season begins.

Doves: During “The Flatlands” period we find a high concentration of low-flying birds feeding or in temporary roosts. We can see high birds depending on the wind and how far we’re located from the feeding or roosting areas. The main reason the birds fly this way at this time of year is because they’re following combines that are harvesting sorghum, soy bean, and corn. During this time of year we also shoot feedlots and water holes where the birds gather to eat and drink. Driving distances from Pica Zuro are from 25 minutes up to 1 hour. From La Dormida, about 15 to 45 minutes. From Córdoba Lodge, about 20 to 30 minutes.

Perfect Time #4: June 15 to July 15 — “The Transition, Head for the Hills”

Weather: Cold in the morning, comfortable in the evening; blue skies every day with a predominant south wind.

Doves: A combination of low and high-flying birds depending on where we find the better hunting conditions (flatlands or hills) or both. One day we can be hunting in the flats; the following day in the hills. This time of year is what we call our winter transition, and it only lasts a month. We continue to hunt the flats and we start hunting the hills as well, depending on the flight pattern of the doves from day to day. Driving distances from Pica Zuro will be 15 to 45 minutes, unless we are lucky enough to be able to use the field right next to Pica Zuro which is only 5 minutes away. It can be “red hot” at times and makes for a nice bonus. Driving distance from La Dormida is 20 minutes to 45 minutes. Córdoba Lodge, 20 to 35 minutes.

TABLA

Hope to see you in the dove field soon!

GUNS AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL

Many of our guests find that renting guns from the lodge they are visiting to be an easier solution than applying for consular permits and traveling with their own shotguns. It's easy to rent a gun from the lodge. We have a good selection of guns that are appropriate for the destination at each lodge. Just browse the gun rack until you find a gun that you like. Then, the lodge manager or your guide will note the specific number of the rental gun. That gun will be yours for the duration of your stay. However you are welcome to change guns along the way and try something different if you wish. You are only charged for one rental so you can switch guns if you wish. We want you to shoot a gun you are comfortable and effective with! You will settle up for the rental at the end of your stay, when you are charged for shells and other expenses.

Here is a listing of the guns we have at the lodge presently:

Over & Under
  • Make
  • Model
  • Quantity
  • 28 Gauge
  • Beretta
  • Silver Pigeon
  • 2
  • 28 Gauge
  • Beretta
  • Onix
  • 2
  • 28 Gauge
  • Browning
  • Citory 525
  • 5
  • 20 Gauge
  • BERETTA
  • BLACK WING
  • 1
  • 20 Gauge
  • BERETTA
  • SILVER PIGEON
  • 10
  • 20 Gauge
  • BROWNING
  • CITORY 525
  • 5
  • 12 Gauge
  • Browning
  • CITORY 525
  • 5
  • 12 Gauge
  • BERETTA
  • BLACK WING
  • 2
  • 12 Gauge
  • BERETTA
  • SILVER PIGEON
  • 3
SemiAutomatic
  • Make
  • Model
  • Quantity
  • 20 Gauge
  • Beretta
  • Ulrika
  • 7
  • 20 Gauge
  • Benelli
  • MONTEFELTRO
  • 3
  • 20 Gauge
  • BREDA
  • ECHO
  • 14
  • 20 Gauge
  • Winchester
  • SX3
  • 5
  • 12 Gauge
  • BENELLI
  • M1
  • 2
  • 12 Gauge
  • BENELLI
  • MONTEFELTRO
  • 1
  • 12 Gauge
  • BENELLI
  • SUPER SPORT
  • 3
  • 12 Gauge
  • BENELLI
  • Urika
  • 4

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