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Rancho Leonero Resort East Cape
On the Sea of Cortez side of the sun-drenched
southern Baja, where the legendary peninsula juts into the tropical zones, the
palm-thatched, king-sized guest rooms and "main house" of Rancho Leonero
punctuate the broad green lawns of a tropical clearing of a 350-acre corner of
"Old Baja", nose-to-nose with the pristine blue sea.
Fishing and sportsman's paradise, where coconut
palms bend gracefully over two miles of dazzling unspoiled beaches; it's a place
like no other. Set well apart from other "East Cape" hotels, this handsomely
tropical flower-studded resort stands in intimate relationship with the sea
itself. Cradled by the mythical Laguna Mountains, it provides a comfortable and
friendly sanctuary for those who want to truly experience the Cortez.
Even without the big-time game fishing, Rancho
Leonero would be a vacationer's dream. The sit-down family-style meals are
spectacular and the laid back, intimate style of the place is truly unique in
the entire world. Owner John Ireland is likely to greet you personally; the
staff is friendly and available; and the service is first rate. Like Cheers,
it's a place "where everybody knows your name."
If you are seeking a memorable family-fun
vacation in the unique atmosphere of one of the world's last great nature
frontiers, or intent on setting a new game fishing record (or both), Rancho
Leonero has all the facilities for full participation in your Cortez experience.
Not only do 1,000-pound black and blue marlin prowl these waters, but striped
marlin, sailfish, dorado, huge yellowfin tuna, yellowtail, wahoo, grouper,
snapper, roosterfish and dozens of incidentals swarm over undersea canyons and
drop-offs within a mile of shore.
Surf fishing along the famous "double reef"
directly in front of the ranch is spectacular. If big game fishing is what you
are after, Rancho Leonero sports a complete fleet of inexpensive pangas (Mexican
skiffs), larger center console "super pangas", and roomy sport-fishers up to 40
feet, all at affordable prices, all with superlative local guides who know how
to put you on the fish.
Writes Neil Kelly, author of the definitive Baja
fishing book, The Baja Catch, "This 40-mile stretch of the Cortez is the Grand
Premiere class of all of Baja's waters, and few if any places in the world can
Scuba or snorkeling in the waters right in front
of the ranch is like diving in an aquarium, and the astonishing Pulmo Reef
nearby (the only living coral reef on the pacific side of the Northern
Hemisphere) is something no diver should miss in a lifetime.
5 Days / 4 Nights / 2 Days Panga Fishing
Daily Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
$485.00 per person /
Extra Nights $75.00 per person / dbl.
* Rates are plus tax and vary by season, Rates
shown are low season and include 4th Night FREE Promotion.
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