Plomito Ranch counts with a great diversity of flora and fauna, not to mention hunting species such as the desert bighorn shee, which rank first in our much appraised national wildlife, huge mule deer and sharp coues deer, as well as collared peccary. The Sonoran desert is part of the vast American corridor of dry ecosystems that stretches from the southeast tip of the State of Washington, in the US, south to the State of Hidalgo, within the central Mexican plateau; and from central Texas east to the Pacific coast in the Baja California peninsula, covering almost a million square kilometers.
Our first class accommodations at Plomito Ranch offer high-quality services to provide our clients with the highest comfort. In this enigmatic place you will be lodged in cozy and well-appointed facilities designed and decorated in the traditional Santa Fe style. Our ranch has the capacity for corporate or family groups up to eight people.
Professional cooking and waiting services, as well bilingual guides for the outdoors activities are also available to enhance your hunting experience.
El Plomito is a estate located in the Mexican State of Sonora, northwest of Hermosillo and 43 miles away from Caborca.
This 123,500 acres property has a beautiful landscape of plains, hills and mountains that form the famous “Sierra El Viejo”. Furthermore, Plomito Ranch is a conservation area renowned for its great diversity of wildlife. Here, activities such as hunting and scientific research for habitat improvement are permanently in place. The average temperature during winter is usually between 30°F and 80°F.
Remember that percentage of the obtained income is appointed to finance and support research and conservation project of Mexican flora and fauna through Organizacion Vida Silvestre, A.C.