Uruguay is perfect for horse riding holidays – diverse landscapes, lovely people and perfect weather.
Ride in light shirts through diverse landscapes, including the famously deserted beaches of he Emerald Coast.
Uruguay is a country the size of England and Wales with a charming, warm, friendly population of just three million.
In short, this little-known destination is perfect for horse back riding tours.
The riding week was fantastic in terms of the setting / organisation/ quality of leadership / quality of horses and group composition.
R. Balen, Ecuador horse riding
Let our experts put together the perfect Uruguay horse riding holiday to fit your time, budget and tastes.
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a fixed date, guided horse riding tour in Uruguay.
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Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $4,700 / £3,790 per person
Dates: From November 2018 to November 2019
Capacity: 16 people
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Hi Tom - currently at Quito airport waiting for my journey home. Just wanted to let you know that the riding was FANTASTIC and the Galapagos trip was WONDERFUL!
It was all a highlight really! The riding week was fantastic in terms of the setting / organisation/ quality of leadership / quality of horses and group composition.
And ditto in relation to the Galapagos Islands trip!
Sally was an excellent and knowledgeable guide - as was Martha on the Angelito.
Rachel Balen, UK, 2017
» Angelito Cruise Boat, Galapagos Islands
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