Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Los Angeles Horseback-Riding Tour to the Hollywood Sign. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was the absolute highlight of our trip. I have never ridden a horse before. Our 2 guides were full of information and very helpful and fun. It is scary because the horses walk on the edge. But have faith, they know where their feet are!
Hands down one of the best tours I've ever booked through Viator. We had a blast seeing L.A this way. Our guide was friendly and so knowledgable and our horses well trained and great for people with less than zero riding experience. If you are heading to L.A this is a must!!!!
Fantastic experience! Highly recommend this, horses are well behaved and you are well taken care of, especially if this your first time riding a horse. Take plenty of sun lotion, as you are in the open and hot sunshine for a good amount of time.
The tour was very good, staff and horses were exceptionally friendly and kind, scenery was beautiful.
What a blast! I had such a fun time on this ride. The views were absolutely amazing and our guide was great. I got some great shots of the Hollywood Sign. Experience is not necessary as the ranch hands ensure that you are paired up with a suitable horse. Sunscreen and water are definitely advised, that California sun is pretty strong!
This was a great day! We were picked up at our hotel in Anaheim and driven up to the ranch right under the Hollywood sign! We were all assigned horses to ride, given instruction and helmets and were off on our way. The views of the Los Angeles skyline were pretty spectacular and we were able to get some great shots of the famous sign! We went on a hot day, so be sure to take water with you! Highly recommend..
This tour was great! Our driver Joseph was very friendly and really knowledgeable. Enjoyed everything about the tour. The airboat ride was lots if fun, the plantations were an interesting peek into the past and history of the South