CAICHUE HUNTING PRESERVE - RULES AND REGULATIONS

 

I. RESERVATIONS

Hunters shall inform Caichue what they want to hunt and the length of their intended stay. Based on these specifics Caichue will set the amount of the reservation deposit required. The deposit shall consist of 50 % of the package value. Reservations shall be effective upon proof of payment of the deposit. All reservation deposits are non-refundable. Changes in reservations, for any reason, shall be notified by hunters 60 days in advance, and will be rescheduled, subject to Caichue’s room availability, either within the same season or else during the following one. The package contracted shall be paid in full, regardless of any motive, in the case of hunters’ late arrival or early departure.

 

II. CAICHUE HUNTING PRESERVE HOURS

Check-in: 3 p.m. Check-out: 11 a.m.

 

III. PROCEEDINGS CARRIED OUT BY CAICHUE ON BEHALF OF THE HUNTER AND PAYABLE BY HIM.

Obtaining hunting licenses. Security sealing of trophies. Shipment of trophies to the specified location. Telephone services (please inquire about applicable fees).

 

IV. SERVICES PROVIDED BY CAICHUE.

Primary preparation of trophies. Cape and quartering of trophies. All transportation within the preserve. Wi-Fi Internet connection, and satellite TV in the barbecue area (the “Quincho”).

 

V. PACKAGES

Packages are special offers put together by Caichue. However, they may be modified to meet clients’ requests. Packages include trophies and stay (accommodations with private bathrooms, food and beverages). Packages contracted shall be paid in full, regardless of whether clients hunt all the trophies or not, except when the guide decides otherwise for not having spotted trophies.

 

VI. TROPHIES

Caichue Hunting Preserve shall determine the value of the trophies in accordance with the scoring methods and protocols of either the CIC or the SCI, whichever the client requests, and in his presence. These scores shall be registered in the Caichue values table to determine the price of the trophies.

VII. ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS

  • The bellowing season, March 1st through April 30th, is considered high season.

  • Prices do not include tips.

  • If a client fails to hunt for reasons exclusively attributable to Caichue Hunting Preserve (lack of game, negligence of the guide, etc.) the deposit shall be reimbursed, but the stay shall be payable in full.

  • The decision to fire is the hunter’s own, after having consulted with the guide and getting his consent.

  • The guide suggests a trophy, but does not guarantee its score. Therefore, once killed, a trophy shall be priced according to its scoring results.

  • Every animal killed without the guide’s consent shall be paid in full.

  • If a client reaches the end of his stay without making a hunt, for reasons exclusively attributable to himself (his neglect of hunting hours, or his decision to search for a larger trophy or await better weather conditions, etc.), he shall lose his deposit.

  • Blood trails shall be considered hunted animal, therefore payable. The animal will be searched for thoroughly even after the hunter departs and, if found, shipped to the specified location.

  • The third shot fired shall be considered hunted animal, therefore payable.

  • Hunters’ stay at Caichue Hunting Preserve shall keep within good manners and decorum. Caichue reserves the right to admit or dismiss clients on these grounds.

 

​VIII. LIABILITY

Caichue Hunting Preserve shall not be liable for hunters’ guns or for damages which hunters may cause to third parties. Caichue urges hunters to get a temporary hunting insurance for the length of their stay. Every hunter arriving at Caichue shall have their weapons’ paperwork in legal order and their weapons in perfect working conditions. Caichue reserves the right to prohibit their use, due to either bad state of the weapons, unauthorized calibers or lack of legal paperwork.

 

IX. PRINCIPLE OF GOOD FAITH

We always think with the good faith principle.

 

X. IMAGE RIGHTS

Caichue preserves the right to publish all photographs and/or videos taken in its lodge unless explicitly stated by the hunter.