The vast wilderness of southern Chile is an ideal area for horseback riding holidays and adventures.
Spend some time experiencing life in the saddle as many of the local Chile gauchos (cowboys) do.
We have horse riding day tours from cosy lodges, with the horse riding matched to your level, from beginner to expert.
On horseback you have time to observe the breathtaking natural beauty and wildlife of the places you visit.
Can't think of anything that was not great about the trip - great food, great people, amazing scenery, brilliant strong horses, cosy comfy accommodation. excellent trekking great guides, challenges, friendship, and laughter.
M. Benbow, Cochamo
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Dates: From October 2023 to April 2024
Capacity: 16 people
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M. Benbow, Australia, 2010
We did so many excellent and fun activities on this trip its hard to pin it down to one but I think for both of us the most enjoyable day was the half-day cactus valley trek in the Atacama. The scenery was spectacular for the whole time we were in the desert and this walk gave us the opportunity to experience it at close hand, especially the cacti and local flora. We also did a night sky astronomy trip (2-3hrs) which wasn’t included in the itinerary and was really excellent - I would recommend this to anybody as a "must do” whilst in San Pedro.
R Kokelaar, UK, 2016
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