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Ride a horse at the water’s edge on a 1- or 2-hour riding experience from Ao Nam Mao Beach with pickup from local hotels. Get to know a friendly, well-trained horse that’s well suited to experienced riders or first-timers, then walk, trot or gallop over the sand. Follow a route across the beach into the countryside, passing rural communities and lush farm fields.

Highlights

  • 1- or 2-hour riding experience from Ao Nam Mao beach
  • Visit the countryside with an experienced guide
  • See native wildlife in their natural environment
  • Choose a small-group tour for a personal experience
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Choice of several departures throughout the day

What You Can Expect

Krabi Horse Riding at Ao Nam Mao Beach

Horse riding in Krabi

Meet your guide at a hotel in Ao Nang, Ao Nam Mao or Krabi Town—pickup is also available from hotels in Klong Muang and Tubkaek for an additional 150 THB per person. If you’re traveling from Railay Beach, take the 15-minute boat ride from Railay East to Ao Nam Mao Pier for pickup upon arrival.

Mount a horse that’s bred and trained locally by experienced staff, and learn the basics of safety and technique if you’re a novice rider. Follow the sand to a path that heads inland through small villages and scenic countryside. This is the perfect way to explore the Krabi region off the beaten track, away from the tourist centers and resort hotels. Listen to the sounds of tropical birds and a chorus of buzzing insects as you ride past palm trees and plantations, and enjoy the serenity of traveling by horse.

Finish the ride with a cool drink at basecamp followed by return transfer to your hotel.

Customer Reviews

wbossg

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2016

The tour operator/viator communications clearly broke down as we had to chase this up and only after 1 hour after the scheduled pick-up did some last minute arranged transport turn up. The folks running the horse riding at Ao Nam Mao Beach do not speak any English contrary to the advertisement which was a bit of an issue. Also check on the high-tides as our trip did not end-up on the beach due to the high-tide.
All in all a bit of disappointment.

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