Horseback riding is a great way to explore Los Cabos. The beautiful combination of desert, mountains and ocean creates a fantastic landscape that is easily explored by horseback.
In Los Cabos there are a variety of levels of horseback riding – everyone from beginners to professional riders can enjoy the sites and scenery.
A traditional ranch only 8 miles from Cabo San Lucas, Rancho Carisuva is the perfect spot to ride along the beach as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean.
Rancho Carisuva offers you the chance to discover spectacular ocean side cliffs, lush desert ranges, private untouched beaches and canyon trails. Your guide will teach you about the local flora and fauna and you’ll get a chance to see stunning lookout points.
Beach Horseback Riding – Imagine the sunset as you ride along the Cabo San Lucas sand on your horse.
Desert Trail Horseback Riding – The Cabo San Lucas area offers desert/mountain terrain with views of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. Explore the hills above the Cabo Real golf course or find your own desert trail in the wilderness of the Baja Peninsula.
The following Cabo stables have well-fed, well-trained horses and English-speaking staff.
Most Cabo horseback riding tours are one hour ($30 -$35) or two hours ($60 – $65). The two hour tours are more popular.
tours are usually limited in number and there is one english-speaking
guide per about 7 people. You should reserve your tour ahead of time to
guarantee available space.
Although it sounds hot, you should wear long pants when you are
horseback riding in Cabo. Pants will keep your legs from rubbing against
the horse’s body and the stirrups which can be really uncomfortable.
also want to wear sturdy riding shoes. Tennis shoes or any other type
of closed toed shoe that won’t fall off along the ride are good.