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All cabins are detached with attractive

woodwork interiors and have porches offering

spectacular views. Decorated with authentic

western artefacts such as saddles and wagon

wheels, each cabin has a fireplace or heater and

a bathroom with bath or shower. Daily maid

service is included.

Capture the spirit of the American West and

experience centuries-old traditions of the

American Cowboy. Learn about the plight of the

Buffalo, Red Indians and the Mormon Wagon

Train pioneers, all in the shadow of breathtaking

Spirit Mountain and North Arizona wild-west

scenery. Savour authentic western cuisine while

basking in the glow of an open fire and candlelit

tables in the historic ranch house; then chill

out with a drink and experience some true oldfashioned

cowboy entertainment in the Diamond

Bar. Relax in the privacy of your en-suite pine

cabin or join the ranch cowboys around a blazing

log fire with the backdrop of Spirit Mountain and

a canopy of stars, in some rousing

campfire songs.





Experience a once in a lifetime

opportunity to ride at sunset with a

guide through the Joshua Trees lining

the historic Mormon Trail. A cowboy

entertainer will serenade you as you

ride up to Buffalo Point to see the

buffalo herd roaming in their natural

environment, with the chance to

photograph the Arizona mountain

range and silhouetted buffalos against

the setting sun. All the horses are

well-trained and suitable for beginners

aged over nine years.


Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, this city has some of the

most luxurious resorts and is known for its pristine white sandy beaches and beautiful transparent waters that

offer some of the best snorkelling in the Mexican Riviera. It is home to the iconic golden Arch, where the Sea

of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet, as well as a world-class marina and the biggest fishing tournament in

the world.

Mazatlan, Mexico: The Colonial City on the beach! Enjoy the rich art and culture of this city that was founded

in the 1500s, and still preserves most of its historic buildings in the original architectural style. This 'Pearl of

the Pacific' has breathed new life into its historic centre, resulting in a wonderful colonial old town district only

a short walk from a 20km-long crescent of sandy beach. There are a number of small museums and plenty of

boutiques. Visit the protected archaeological zone with over 600 prehistoric rock carvings that are thousands

of years old.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: This wonderful beach destination is surrounded by the impressive mountains of the

Sierra Madre and the sparkling waters of Banderas Bay. The pedestrianised Malecon is the heart and soul of the

city, where musicians and street artists perform and stall vendors vie for passing trade from those out for an

evening paseo.

Los Muertos beach is located next to the Old Town and is a wonderful place to watch the sun set. Here you

will find a variety of restaurants, bars, galleries, boutiques and souvenir shops. Las Gemelas are a pair of small

beaches distinguished by their fine white sand, clear blue water and gentle onshore waves ideal for swimming,

snorkeling, kayaking, walking and sunbathing under a cluster of palm trees. Perhaps climb the rocks that divide

the beaches and wade through the rock pools to spot crabs and minnows.

Los Arcos National Marine Park, situated next to Las Gemelas, is a cluster of islands protruding out of the sea.

Deep tunnels and colourful coral reefs make this protected area excellent for diving and snorkelling and it's also

the place to spot seabirds such as pelicans and some species of parrots.



Climb aboard a covered wagon drawn by two beautiful Belgian Draft

horses and go back in time as you follow the old Mormon trail like the

pioneers did long ago. Serenaded by a cowboy entertainer at sunset,

you'll climb through the Joshua Tree forest to Buffalo Point to view the

iconic buffalos, then enjoy a champagne toast at Sunset Hill.


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