Go on a horse riding holiday in South America and enjoy superb routes on beautiful horses.
South America is a continent with deep horse riding tradition, and that makes it a superb riding holiday destination.
Live like a gaucho or chagra of the legendary tales as you saddle up and head off into the wilderness on our top quality horses.
We have small group and private tours from remote mountain areas to isolated beaches, and often you spend the night in cosy haciendas.
You’ll be accompanied by an expert local guide on our tours, all of whom know the terrain and horses like the backs of their hands.
Catering for families, small groups, singles and couples, we offer trips suitable for all levels of horse riders.
There are trips for advanced riders who love to gallop, refresher days for those that are a little rusty and want to get back up to speed, and courses for people that have never ridden before.
Whatever your level, by choosing a holiday on horse back, you’ll be able access remote and beautiful areas of Ecuador, Patagonia and Uruguay.
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $885 / £750 per person
Dates: From January 2024 to December 2024
Capacity: 16 people
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Dates: From November 2018 to November 2019
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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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