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WELCOME TO BAJA RANCHO LA BELLOTA

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Rancho La Bellota is a 2800 acre horse ranch located just 40 miles south of the Tecate, California border and 75 miles south of the San Diego, California border in Baja California, Mexico.

Rancho La Bellota offers exciting trail rides and scenic exploration for all levels of riders, all of which are geared towards specific scenic destinations.  Ride through shady oak groves, hidden water pools, quiet secluded valleys and vast mountain ranges as you step back in time to the days when man needed only a good horse, his dog and the simplicities of nature to round out a good day.

Raul Aguiar and Caroline Kane, your hosts and owners of Rancho La Bellota, are always  there to greet you and welcome you into the La Bellota family.    They met in 1986 in Los Angeles, California when Caroline was managing a boarding stables located in the San Fernando Valley.   Along with their son Ricardo Aguiar Kane, Raul and Caroline have been guiding people on adventurous trail rides in Northern Sierras of Baja California, Mexico since 1997.

Raul, is also known for having traveled the Baja Peninsula all his life.  His wife Caroline eagerly joined him on his adventurous expeditions when they married in 1987.  Since then they have driven to beautiful, pristine locations all up and down the Baja in the company of family and friends.

Now, it is a great privilege for Raul and Caroline to share their knowledge, and experience of this wonderous land with others, as guides for those who wish to experience the unique, and captivating natural wonders of the Baja Penisnsula. 

Join us in Baja, and become a part of the Rancho La Bellota Family!

Raul and Caroline doing what they love. Riding horses and exploring Baja.

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