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Horseback Riding Adventure

Duration: Half Day

horseback riding adventure

St Lucia’s unique combination of lush landscapes can only be truly captured and fully experienced through the exciting and relaxing activity of horseback riding, the number one way to truly explore the island’s most scenic places.

Whether you’re a complete novice or an experienced rider you can rest assured that our horseback riding tours will include a knowledgeable guide that will accompany you on this fantastic two hour ride along a wonderful trail on the northeast of the island. Prepare to immerge in the pure serenity and lush landscapes along the practically deserted beaches of the Atlantic coastline and indulge in the most splendid panoramic sightseeing St Lucia could offer you.

This amazing trail will begin with a gentle ride from our stables located at Cas-en-Bas beach and continuing along the wildest and most deserted zones of the Atlantic coast where you will be riding an incredible 1 mile long shore. Discover the amazing sights of farmland pastures and impressive rolling hills against the Atlantic Ocean. As you approach this magnificent ocean there will be a 5 minutes stop for picture-taking to make the most of the breathtaking sights that will dismantle before you.

From here you will ride onwards towards a beach where we will remove the saddles as you prepare for the experience of a lifetime: swimming with the horses! You’ll soon be changing into your swimwear and mounting back on these beautiful creatures as you dip your toes in the water with your horse leading the way into these crystalline sea. An amazing one-in-a-lifetime experience that you will love just as much as the horses do! Alternatively, if you prefer not to swim with the horses you can select from a number of other activities like snorkeling, kayaking and paddle boating, all you need to do is make your request at the stable before your trip begins.

Those more experience riders will have the choice of galloping further north instead of the swim with the horses. You will be riding along St Lucia’s one and only 18-hole championship golf course in the Cap Estate Area. The other points of interest will include riding towards the northern tip of the island, the only place from which you can get a unique bird’s eye view of the island of Martinique’s coastline. Then you will continue your ride towards Pigeon Island; St Lucia’s national landmark islet encircling more than 40 years of history. Marked with various trails leading to historical sites, your stop here will show you the best of St Lucia’s past along with the charming fishing village of Gros Islet.

With this variety of activities and trails to choose from with our exciting 2 hour horseback riding adventures, it’s no wonder this has become the number one activity preferred by visitors time and time again! Choose between the amazing combination of riding along a beach and later swimming with the horses or continuing further north for an exciting gallop across other northern sights of the island, the latter being an ideal choice for expert riders! So if you have a passion for horses the only hard part will be deciding which tour to take and our fabulous rides will take care of adding all the fun and excitement!

Travellers tip: Wear long trousers and closed shoes for comfort, always remember your sunscreen, and bring along some swimwear and towels for a refreshing dip afterwards.

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