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About Us

Our Community and Mission

Salineras Ranch is owned and operated by friends who have become a family. We are a loving and collaborative team committed to a lifestyle marked by caring for our community and sustaining our environment. During your stay, we trust you will feel the love we have for both our ranch and our neighbors.  

We have worked hard to create projects that give back to our community, Pichingoto. With the help of our lovely volunteers, we are offering English classes twice per week to the children of Pichingoto; as well as screening educational movies every Saturday afternoon.

This is something we are incredibly passionate about and feel fortunate to offer. As a non-profit organization, 50 per cent of all proceeds generated from the ranch are being put towards educational materials, clothing, and food for those who need them most.

 

The other half is being invested into a reforestation program in the Amazon, planting 1000 new bamboo trees each year. Increasing access to proper education, whilst preserving ‘the world’s lungs’ are vital to creating a sustainable future for our children. If you have any questions or wish to become a part of our project, please contact us!

Sacred Valley, Salineras Ranch

Our Sustainable World

At Salineras Ranch we have made a commitment to being sustainable in every way possible. The beautiful natural environment we live in is what makes our Ranch special, so it is very important to us that we maintain it for generations to come. Read below about some of the ways we pursue this vision.

Horses

Our horses are far more than beautiful creatures, they contribute at the lifeline of our ranch. Completely free, the horses mow the grass on the ranch and in our nearby lands all day long. They fertilize the soil and, as a result, they produce 60-70 per cent of our composted biofuel. A real treasure for the flowers that blossom in harmony with the wild bees in our garden, which in synergy produce a delicate fragrance for your cabin.

 

Our fully nourished soil also helps us produce delicious organic, flavor-rich vegetables. Indeed, it’s a circle of life that respects Mother Nature.

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