Horseback Riding Tours in Costa Rica | Santa Teresa, Costa Rica


Horseback riding, also known as Equestrianism, is one of the most popular recreational activities and a form of competitive sport. Imagine yourself riding across a misty rain forest, crossing creaks and small streams before gearing up for a river rafting excursion. Having a previous exposure to horseback riding is, by no means, mandatory to either hire a horse or enjoy the bliss of beach riding. If you want to do it, there are many horseback riding tour operators who arrange for everything you require. The tours are arranged for individuals as well as for groups. Most of the tour packages are inclusive of lunch and drinks.

You can ride up to the mountains and down the beaches and get amazing glimpse of the countryside. Riding among the ever-green rain forests allows you to have a closer view of the diverse wildlife. Guided horseback riding tours allow you to interact with the professional guides and upgrade knowledge about the bio diversity. It is also a good way to get acquainted with the local life of Santa Teresa. You can choose between morning and sunset rides. Santa Teresa is also known for its beautiful sunsets. Many tourists gather here to watch late surfing, cool breezes and

Horseback Riding Tours in Costa Rica

Horseback riding tours are extremely popular in Costa Rica and there are numerous platforms to try out the fun activity. Whether you are young or old, a professional or an inexperienced rider, it does not matter. Tours can be arranged for anyone either privately or in groups. Some of the famous areas for horseback riding in Costa Rica are Monteverde, Manuel Antonio Nature Reserve, Arenal Volcano National Park, Samara Beach, La Fortuna de San Carlos, beaches and towns on the Nicoya Peninsula including Santa Teresa, Montezuma and Mal Pais on the Pacific region, Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve and Puerto Viejo and k Riding in Santa Teresa

Playa Santa Teresa is long strip of white sand beach and is great for riding horses. You can enjoy views of the shimmering Pacific shorelines and verdurous jungles. Nearby places like Montezuma, Mal Pais, Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve Parks and other beaches are also superb. The tours usually lasts for 2 to 5 hours long. Do wear a pair of long pants, comfortable shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunblock, bug repellent and a camera.

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