Cactus Cowgirls at White Stallion Ranch
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ULTIMATE WILD WEST CACTUS COWGIRLS
Immerse yourself in the Western Spirit! Start your vacation off with a Margarita welcome party.
There will be lots of trail riding, a guided hike, and a complimentary riding lesson. You’ll have your own horse to groom, bathe, learn to saddle and ride, or leave the work to the professionals and just enjoy the riding. In addition, we’ll have team penning, a breakfast ride, whiskey sampling and target shooting with a gun safety class. Join us for yoga classes, equine safety instruction and methods to increase your communication skills with your horse. With all these activities you’ll still find time to relax with your new friends. The desert will be in full bloom so don’t forget your camera. Limited enrollment.
This five-night/six-day package includes lodging, all activities, meals, horseback riding and airport transfers to Tucson International Airport.
SINGLE: $2,050 per person
DOUBLE: $1,850 per person
*prices include tax and service charge.
CACTUS COWGIRLS COUNTRY AND CULTURE – WHITE STALLION RANCH AND TOMBSTONE MONUMENT RANCH
This exciting 8-night excursion will treat you to the varied activities of two different ranches, one in the magnificent saguaro studded desert and the other in the grasslands surrounding the historic town of Tombstone. Not only will you ride in two totally different eco-systems, you will also visit some of the most renown “must see” sites in southern Arizona. We’ll ride early and late using the middle of the day for special activities and sightseeing. The mood will be set with a Margarita welcome party. Your horse activities will include a riding lesson, scenic slow rides, rides with loping, team penning, a sunset ride and a breakfast ride. There will also be chuck wagon breakfasts, archery, shooting and an opportunity to ride into the town of Tombstone.
The cultural influence will include the following day trips:
- We’ll start out with a shopping trip in Tucson.
- The Sonoran Desert Museum, a world renowned living museum/zoo. This is at the top of your must-see list in Tucson.
- Tumacacori is our first stop of the morning. This non-restored mission was established in 1691, making it the oldest Jesuit mission site in Southern Arizona. The grounds are beautiful and the museum is fascinating.
Next up is Tubac a historic presidio that is now Arizona’s fastest growing artist colony with a 250 year old Spanish history. Lunch is on your own in Tubac. Last stop is San Xavier Mission, founded as a Catholic mission in 1692 by Father Kino. Construction of the current church began in 1783 and completed in 1797. It is the oldest intact European structure in Arizona and is located in the village of Wa:k on the Tohono O’odham reservation.
- The Sonoita Labor Day Rodeo; from mutton-busting to bull riding, barrel racing to bronc riding, it’s a thrill a minute. We are on our own for lunch this day.
- Kartchner Caverns, Arizona’s newest state park. A memorable tour through a living cave and an exceptional spelunking museum.
- Ride to Tombstone, the town too tough to die for historic sites and fun shopping. Lunch on your own at Big Nose Kate’s Saloon.
- Excursion to the AMRIND Foundation Museum (one of the finest American Indian museums).
- An Arizona wine tasting
All of this plus there will be some fun evening activities like line dancing, cowboy singers, a nature program and card games. Both ranches have a beautiful pool and hot tub and there will be time to enjoy them. The best part, of course, will be the wonderful new friendships you will create while experiencing a trip to the Southwest like none other.
Make your reservations now. Participation is limited. Call 520-297-0252
Single: $2,645 inclusive Double Occupancy: $2,390.00 each inclusive
THE CACTUS COWGIRLS RIDE AGAIN!! COME JOIN US FOR THIS SPECIAL PROGRAM.
Indulge yourself, relax, bask in the warm Arizona sun, make new friends, learn new skills and rejuvenate your soul in the beautiful Arizona Sonoran desert while the wildflowers begin to bloom.
Your time can be as horsey or as horseless as you wish. You can have your very own horse that you can groom, bathe, learn to saddle and ride. Or you can just show up for a leisurely trail ride and leave the horse care to the professionals.
What else will make the week special?
Your stay includes a margarita welcome party, guided hikes, country western dance lessons, riding lessons, a hay ride, team penning, cattle sorting, lunch cookout and a wine and cheese ride. There will also be yoga classes, instruction on horse safety and methods to develop better communication with your horse, and other programs of interest. Plus, we will rehearse a mounted quadrille maneuver to perform at the Wednesday afternoon rodeo.
WHAT IS THE COST AND HOW DO YOU SIGN UP?
This seven night-eight day package is:
Single – $2,650 person ($2,131.69++)
Double – $2,392/person ($1,924.15++)
*Prices include 9.315% tax and 15% service charge.
Your package price includes lodging, all activities, meals, horseback riding & riding lesson, airport transfers! Confirming deposit is $250.00/person.
Jan. Repeat: Single $2,600 ($2091.47++) Double $2,345/person ($1,886.34++)
Extra nights get a 10% discount off rack rate.