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This is a wonderful tour! It was a surprise for my mom who is a very experienced rider and we both loved it. The animals are extremely well taken care of (which was important for both of us), our guide was helpful and accommodating, and the overall experience was excellent!
handsome laid-back horses, flat easy ride among desert flora, tricky mount to a rocky point, breezy canter on the beach. with amazing views at every stop. great value. must -do activity in Cabos, definitely.
Tour guide was awesome. This was my son's first time riding and the guide put him at ease and constantly checking to make sure we all were ok. The scenery dramatically changed from back country to mountain to seaside. Kids had a blast. Definitely will be fondly remembered and recommended.
I highly recommend this excursion!! Beautiful scenery!! Our guide was very polite, friendly.
Excellent time! Our guide was very friendly and the horses were very easy to ride.
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Nothing is better than riding a horse along the white sandy beaches in Cabo! Well, maybe a cold beer at the end of it, but do yourself a favor and do this tour!
We had a friendly guide. My husband and I were the only ones on the trip, so we had a private tour. Our guide even stopped by one of the mango trees and picked some mangoes for us.
Wish we were told about the $20 fee to enter the park. Luckily we took some money. The horseback ride was very enjoyable. Wish the guide would have explained more about the area.
Horseback riding was ok. the beach access is now closed so the one thing we were looking most forward to with the event was not available. Our guide was good but quiet. horses looked liked the needed a little care or at least a good vet.
Unfortunately I absolutely do not recommend this trip. When I arrived at the camp after a 30 minute van ride the people who run this "farm" demanded to be paid the $10 entrance fee in exact change, and when I told them I only had a $20 bill he was more than happy to say that that would suffice. Thanks to another tour guest I managed to split the money between $9 USD and $12 Pesos, but when I presented the proprietor the equivalent 12 Pesos/1 USD he insisted that the exchange rate was higher, 15 Pesos per USD. So he was trying to scam me. I was quick to call him out, in Spanish. So that was a terrible start to the trip. The tour itself was not anything great; the horses are tiny and look under nourished. The guides are pushy and at the end they came up to you and asked for tips. Super uncomfortable. After already paying $100 for this trip including the $10 entrance fee (which is bologna), I did not feel obliged to leave a big tip (I left $70 pesos). Then, the van driver expected tips too...wasn't happening. What'd I pay $100 for?!