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Shooting Holidays Abroad

Our extensive resources and expertise in the game shooting world covers shooting holidays abroad in places such as Spain (partridges), South America (duck and dove), Turkey (wild boar and ibex), Iceland (Ptarmigan and Goose) and Africa (plains game).

For further details about hunting holidays or to simply register your interest, please contact Sean Scott on 01494 883227 or email sean.scott@ejchurchill.com



Famous for its driven partridge shoots, we are able to offer you some of the best there is, as well as driven big game shooting on some of the country’s most famous and beautiful estates. We organise everything from VIP holidays to individual gun itineraries year after year.


Argentina and Uruguay

Through E.J. Churchill’s affiliation with Argentina’s most respected shooting lodge operator, we’re delighted to be able to offer the finest quality shooting Argentina and Uruguay has to offer. Whether you wish to try your hand at high volume dove shooting in Cordoba, spectacular sport with the migratory ducks of the pampas of Buenos Aires province or experience the rustic culture of walked up wild Tinamou of Uruguay, our operations are unrivalled for their levels of sport, comfort and service.



Through our exclusive rights in the UK for Turkey’s top shooting agency, we are able to provide the higest quality wild boar hunting and stalking for ibex. Wild boar can be stalked at night under the moon or driven to small groups of hunters and the boar shot in Turkey are always amongst the largest trophies shot in Europe every year. We can also provide the very best stalking for the famous Anatolian Bezoar ibex, the biggest species of ibex in the world.



This is one of our most elite hunting holidays abroad that is only available for a certain number of weekends throughout the year, and we have exclusive rights to all Ptarmigan shooting combined with some incredibly exciting goose shooting, while staying in luxury lodges. If you are a hardcore shooter this really is a trip not to be missed.