Rancho de la Osa’s longest-standing building is also the oldest continually occupied one in Arizona, built in 1725 by Jesuit missionaries. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley

At historic Arizona ranch on the border with Mexico, follow in the footsteps of US presidents and a certain John Wayne

  • Rancho de la Osa’s guests have also included writer Margaret Mitchell and actor Joan Crawford
  • Guests today can experience the majesty of the desert on horseback, visit an Indian reservation and enjoy panoramic views over the wall into Mexico
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Rancho de la Osa’s longest-standing building is also the oldest continually occupied one in Arizona, built in 1725 by Jesuit missionaries. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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