Baja California Working Ranches, Adventure Resort & Wilderness Camps
Rancho Cacachilas spans 14,000 hectares in the Greater La Paz region of eastern Baja California Sur, Mexico. It is comprised of private historic working ranches and wilderness camps, that together offer you a unique and extraordinary eco-adventure vacation and educational experience.
All the facilities are gated, off-grid with solar power, and operate in a self-sufficient manner without reliance on public utility services. Our ranches and camps are bound together by our comprehensive land management plan that protects and rejuvenates the land, from mountains to sea. We’d love to show you how!
YOUR LODGING OPTIONS AT RANCHO CACACHILAS
There are three separate and quite different lodging options for your eco-adventure getaway at Rancho Cacachilas: the adventure resort and camp with Wifi and electricity powered by solar, the remote wilderness camp high up in the Sierra Cacachilas with wall-cabin tents and solar power, and the historical mining camp with an outdoor kitchen and tent camping area.
All ranches and camps have eco-designed composting dry toilets and bucket showers, with solar-generated hot water.
Chivato - Adventure Resort & Camp
This is our primary overnight location at Rancho Cacachilas. The resort includes a large comfortable community room with wifi, a fireplace and small library, a large multi-purpose palapa (circular meeting room, great for events), an indoor and outdoor kitchen, as well as a small swimming pool overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Sleeping options at Chivato include cabin tents, bunk rooms, and regular resort rooms.
Minimum 2 night stay. Most adventure tours are based out of Chivato.
LOS PISOS - Remote Wilderness Camp
This is a remote group camp with wall-cabin tents spread out along the mountain ridge lines, with 2 centralized camp kitchens. Solar powered, off the grid and no WIFI—you’ll love this! 360 degree views of Baja California Sur’s mountains and the Sea of Cortez. The dark night star-filled skies alone make this camp a favorite with guests.
Minimum of 2 nights and 6 guests. Enjoy hiking and birdwatching here.
LAS CANOAS - Historical Mining Area & Day use area
Set in a deep canyon near historic mining ruins, Las Canoas whispers the stories of 300 years of miners, families, and long-ago towns. It’s the heart of the mountain biking trail access at Rancho Cacachilas. Outdoor kitchen and day use picnic area. No wifi. Solar-powered electricity.
Hiking, biking, and bird watching can be enjoyed here.
WORKING RAnches AT RANCHO CACACHILAS
These working ranches are historical and still as active as ever; they are where you have the opportunity to experience a variety of different agricultural and physical activities. There is no lodging available at our working ranches; they are strictly your destination for getting an inside look into the processes that sustain the Rancho Cacachilas ecosystem.
DOS HERMANOS - Cheesemaking, Organic Seed Garden Ranch
Where award-winning artisan cheeses are hand-crafted, and guests are delighted with cheese and wine-tasting gourmet lunches. You also have the opportunity to visit our local organic seed garden, along with its resident goats, chickens, and cows.
A must-stop on a day or multi-day Rancho Cacachilas experience.
GASPAREÑo - Cowboys, Livestock Management, Farm to Table Ranch
The cowboy center of Rancho Cacachilas! All daily and multi-day mule riding trips base out of Gaspareño. It’s also home to the Farm-to-Table sustainability workshops and the largest organic gardens of the ranch complex. Livestock management for the Rancho Cacachilas cattle herd is based here as well.
SAN MARTÍN - Beekeeping & Honey Production Ranch
This working ranch is located on the plains at Ventana Bay and houses the beekeeping and honey production operations. You can tour San Martin on your day or multi-day visit to Rancho Cacachilas. It’s also an amazing birdwatching location.
Rancho Cacachilas Resort & Camps Map
Rancho Cacachilas is a private working ranch with resort & wilderness camps across its complex of over 14,000 hectares of rugged mountains and valleys of the Baja California Sur peninsula. Get around the complex by Ranch shuttles, biking, or hiking.