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Located in the Mexico State Region of Sonora, Rancho El Volteadero is over 24,000 acres of the most diverse terrain dominated by mountains, plains, and rolling hills. The vast geography of broad, flat valleys surrounded by the western mountain ranges provides one of the most unique habitats for hunting in the region.

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Diverse Landscape Surrounding the Hunting Ranch

The landscape of the El Volteadero provides spectacular landscaping views spawning miles and miles. The rocky terrain and sandy soils showcase unique support of naturally mixed Organ Pipe Cacti with Saguaro Cacti and then combined in Palo Verde trees, Mesquite trees, and Creosote bushes to present a dense and foreboding landscape second to none.


Located 30 minutes away from the ranch, The Gulf of California (Spanish: Golfo de California), also known as the Sea of Cortés (Mar de Cortés) or Sea of Cortez, or less commonly as the Vermilion Sea (Mar Bermejo), is a marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean that separates the Baja California Peninsula from the Mexican mainland. It is bordered by the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, and Sinaloa, with a coastline of approximately 4,000 km (2,500 mi). The gulf is considered one of the most diverse seas on Earth and is home to more than 5,000 species of micro-invertebrates.


There is a deep history and beauty in this region. Home to 8 indigenous people, including the O'odham, Yaqui, and Seri. Archeological sites From the Cerro de Trincheras ("Trench Hill") with petroglyphs to El Fin del Mundo, the oldest Clovis site in North America.

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