The adventure unravels in a setting of hills, ravines, rocky sierras, deep valleys and crystal water creeks, 2300 ft. above sea level, in the heart of the humid Pampa region. Cerro las Tunas peculiar geography demands the use of effective ambushing techniques. The landscape offers no shelter for the game and the hunter has nowhere to hide, resulting in long silent prying as well as long distance shooting. During the rut season, in the heart of the winter, it is cold and with an average amount of snowfall. Nevertheless, the reward for enduring such harsh terrain and adverse weather conditions is majestic: red stags of the highest scores, exceptional Fallow and Axis deer, Blackbuck, Himalayan Thars, Wild boars, Mouflon sheep, four horned sheep, wild goats and rams.
Duck hunting over decoys, morning and afternoons. Morning hunts depart the lodge in the dark, but after a hearty breakfast.
Drives vary depending on water conditions, but range from ten to forty five minutes.
Hunters are placed in dry blinds, or large dry, sunken "buckets" of the style of an individual pit blind, or on platform-pallet blinds.
Shooting over decoys starts at first light and continues until 10 am or after. Most days, duck hunters return to the lodge for lunch and a siesta before afternoon departures at about 3pm for evening duck hunts.
Evening hunts last until dark.