THE LODGE FACILITIES
Rancho Leonero Resort sits along the East Cape area of Baja and over looks the Sea of Cortez. This is a traditional sporting and vacation getaway is located at the junction of tropical beaches and tranquil desert. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The food is a combination of American and Mexican cuisine. This is a true anglers destination!
The resort is well stocked with a good selection of wine, liquor and beer. We recommend you sample the selection of fine mezcal. If you're not staying at Rancho Leonero, there are a number of places to buy alcohol in Los Barriles.
When fishing from our panga’s, we typically leave the hotel by 6:00-6:30AM, and usually be back to the resort between 2:00 – 2:30PM. The night before any day’s fishing trip please order your next day’s lunch (included with your package) with the “Boat Dispatcher” located adjacent to the Bar. You will also need to order beverages for each day of fishing (beverages are NOT included and will be added to your room bill as “boat drinks”).
You can spend U.S. dollars for everything. No need to exchange money. The lodge accepts cash & credit cards. The Guides, Captains, Deck hands, etc all accept U. S. dollars as well.
GRATUITIES OR ADDITIONAL FEES
- Boat Captains/Deckhands ($40-$80 per day)
Staff Tips should be done with each individual that has served you.
- Restaurant/bar staff around 15% of tab.
- Housekeeping staff up to $5 per day.
- If you get bait that could range from $20-$40 per day.
- Fishing license $12 per day.
GUIDE FEE’s are included within this package.
Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are all included. During breakfasts - milk, tea, coffee and juice are included. But generally speaking no other beverages are included with either Lunch or Dinner. Waters, soda, beer or any alcohol etc., are all extra charges.
The final balance for your trip is due 90 days before departure. Please see the enclosed Billing Statement for payment details. Further explanation of Orvis Travel’s terms and conditions is enclosed.
ELECTRICITY, PHONE, AND INTERNET
The electrical system in Baja is the same as the U.S. (110 volts). There is a phone available to make calls on for a fee. Wifi is available as well.