The SpaceWe have 6 identical cabins available in half acre ;)
The cabin is split by 2: The bedroom with restroom and the kitchen with 2 futons as living room.
The bedroom has premium Members Mark sheets and the bed is king size.
The shower is well lighted and very clean.
The kitchen is clean and has 4 chairs and table as well as kitchenware for 4.
The kitchen place is surrounded by two futons on L shape that are meant to be used by the 3rd and 4th guest, when rented for 4 persons.
There is some solar electricity in this cabin. Enough for having a ceiling fan and plug a couple of chargers. Guest AccessWe have:
· A restaurant with regional menu at your disposition (meals upon request with chef Dalí at your arrival),
· Waterfall 24/7
· A shaded rooftop at your cabin
· The restaurant area is great for working with your gadgets too.
· Dozens of acres to go around through the canyon and discover the Fox Canyon surroundings. Interaction with GuestsAfter your arrival, Don Prisciliano and Celeste (his wife) will be regularly at the rancho during daytime (up to 6pm) attending guests and visitors to the waterfall. I (Eduardo) will be managing the communication through Airbnb, while they will be at the ranch.
During the nights they go to town , so you'll have the Rancho all for yourself ;)
They'll come back to the Rancho by the morning.
Make sure you get there before 7pm (it takes 30 minutes from downtown Santiago), otherwise they will be gone afterwards and cabins may be locked.
Remember there is no electricity, so it is highly recommended to get there before 7pm, otherwise the owners will be gone, and there will be no access to your cabin. The NeighborhoodRancho Ecológico Sol de Mayo is a destination with 6 comfortable cabins, human touch, wonderful trails, and a lovely waterfall at a walking distance. Getting AroundDIRECTIONS. (Print them and carry them with you, please. You'll need them)
From San José del Cabo Airport, take the road towards Los Barriles. It going to be a 1 lane each way road, and you'll pass Caduaño, Miraflores and then enter Santiago, about 40km (25 miles north).
Once you get to Santiago downtown, take Francisco J. Mujica street northbound 500 meters and then you'll see the tables listing distances "Sol de Mayo 10 km".
Here put SPECIAL attention.
From there, follow the arrows through the dirt road going up for about 200 meters. Then on the 4-way intersection, take the left dirt road (This is where all the owner-made signage are). Once you turned left, keep straight for about 600 meters. You'll see an ad saying "Sol de Mayo" indicating turning to the right. From there you are about 8 kms away. Follow that path and you'll see another sign after 3 kms indicating turning right, that will be the last ad, from there is just straight.
Remember, when you see tables listing distances, count the kilometers so you can track your location. There will be two or three crossroads so follow carefully the signs. Arrive with sunlight, it will help you drive comfortably. It takes 30 minutes by car from Santiago downtown.
Get there by car.
It is needed to get to Rancho Sol de Mayo by car. It has signals every 3 km and it is a well known destination in the region.
Go up the mountains by mule.
From there you can go up into the mountain renting a mule directly with Prisciliano. His people can guide you through the sierra on board of a mule. Ask me for it in advance.
Also you can go to the hot springs (about 100 pesos entrance fee) which are about 25km (45 mins) from the rancho towards the mountains across canyons. Reachable by car (with patience). Definitely worth it if you have time and an adventurer spirit. Other Things to NoteNote: Consider that since there is no great electricity, after 90 F it may turn too hot to sleep. That said, keep reading :)
The destination is right on the skirts of the sierra, so it is common to see wildlife around. Take your camera and make your perfect picture :)
Celeste is a doctor with extensive career in this rural areas and she can take care of any minor issue that comes up.
Bring all the snacks, beverages and ice you'd like for your stay.
Once there, you can ask Prisciliano and he can bring ice by the mornings for a 25 pesos fee.
RESTAURANT OPENS FROM 12pm to 7pm - Monday closed.
Breakfasts upon request.
This is the menu at the Restaurant Amalia where chef Dalí will be on charge.
We can also prepare something special for you, on demand.
Amalia Salad: Lettuce mix, agave honey, beet, curd, avocado, dates, fried corn. 105 pesos
Sashimi (sliced fish): Purple onion, avocado, cilantro, chiltepin (local hot pepper), rice vinagretta. 120
Papa soup: Fresh rancho cheese, guajillo fried, watercress, ashes mole. 90 pesos.
Pork rind on red sauce: Cheese ranch, avocado, sorrel, riveted tortilla. 180 pesos.
Fish of the day: Chorizo sauce, crunchy leaves, pumpkin flower aioli, okra, popcorn powder. 230 pesos
Roasted chicken: Black risotto, sorrel, basil. 240 pesos
Grilled rib-eye: Pepper roasted sauce, purple carrot, cauliflower, mizuna. 350 pesos.
Corn biscotti: Corn milk, yellow lime cream, arepa sand, basil, mint salt. 90 pesos
Rice with milk: Custard, basil, season fruit. 90 pesos
Zorrillada: Regional cheese, crunchy crackers, basil. 90 pesos