60-Minute Group Horseback Ride in Turks & Caicos

100 Ratings

$110

per person
Spend an hour riding a horse like never before. Take a trot around the beach before heading into the water and swimming with your new friend.
Duration:  1hr - 2hrs
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
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Highlights

  • Head out on a guided sixty-minute group horseback ride on the beach and into the ocean
  • Spend thirty-minutes on the beach and in the water, with the rest of the adventure along trails and quiet roads
  • Enjoy a group tour that’s up to only twelve riders for a more intimate experience, paired with two professional guides to show the way

What's Included

  • Guided horseback tour

Additional Information

  • Please bring the following:
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Fanny pack- if you have one (one can be provided if you don’t have one)
  • Medications you may require. (Benadryl if you are prone to allergies)
  • A good sense of humor and positive attitude!

Rules

  • Long lightweight pants and full shoes are recommended, but not required.
  • Strappy sandals, tennis shoes, reef runners, dive booties are all ok.
  • We do ride through brush and into the ocean, so pants will be getting wet.
  • We have socks and shoes to lend if you do not have appropriate footwear.

Cancellation policy

If you cancel the day before the ride we charge 50%. If you cancel the day of the ride we charge full price.

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Nicole
Mar 15, 2020
Fantastic guides, ver good matching of riders and horses, great experience!
Myra
Mar 7, 2020
The guides were very friendly and knowledgeable. They made us beginners feel comfortable and less anxious. Had a great time and will definitely ride again when we return!! Great experience!
Casey
Mar 5, 2020
I was very hesitant to give this feedback, as hate to complain or feel like a burden in any way. My only hope is that my feedback could help other beginner horse-back riders in the future. My negative experience started the minute I got onto the horse. I’ve never been on a horse in my life and was not knowledgeable about the proper way to get on. The guide (a blonde young lady with a wavy ponytail) instructed me to just put one foot in and sort of swing myself over. I attempted to do so and landed a little harder than I intended to. I felt HORRIBLE about this, as it spooked the horse. The guide immediately snapped at me and said something along the lines of “Yeah, you don’t want to slam your body on the horse. I don’t blame him for running off the way he did.” This was not said in any kind of joking manner, but in a very accusatory and harsh way. When I apologized and explained that it was an accident and I felt badly, she ignored me. I was told my horse was probably the most sensitive horse in the bunch as well. So my interaction with the guide, along with this information put me on edge. I know horses can feel energy however, so I tried to regulate my breathing and hoped that would translate to the horse. But that was just the first of a few negative interactions I had with that guide. Later on in the tour, my horse got spooked again by a kite on the beach and went running full speed off the trail, which I have to admit was one of the scariest things I’ve ever experienced. She then yelled at me again for my treatment of the horse. And I understand the guides must speak loudly and direct, but there was much more to it than that. She also spoke nicely and laughed with pretty much every other guest besides me. She even spoke to the woman directly in front of me along the trail stating that she doesn’t understand why people do this activity if they’re going to be scared the whole time, which I felt may have been directed towards me. I’ve always dreamed of horse-back riding on the beach, I absolutely LOVE animals and never imagined I’d have an experience where I felt this uneasy. Towards the end of the tour, a different guide (a slightly older blonde woman with shorter hair and sunglasses) noticed how shaken up I had become and offered a helping hand. She connected a leash to my horse, to which the original tour guide tried to dispute so that I would have to stay on my own. However, the new guide could tell that I needed a little help to get me back on track. She comforted me and I was finally able to calm down and enjoy the last few minutes of the tour. I want to stress that this guide made a WORLD of a difference for me and I want to thank her from the bottom of my heart. As I said, this is something I’ve always dreamed of. We saved up for a while in order to do this and I am so saddened to say I left shaking and about to cry. Not because of the cloudy/windy weather and not even due to the sensitive nature of my horse (I know it is not his fault, and my nerves definitely contributed to the situation). However, my negative experience was mostly impacted by that original tour guide. I’ve never felt such little tolerance from someone who is supposed to be there to help. I don’t know what I did to offend her, but I really wish I hadn’t because I felt so uncomfortable from beginning to end. I’m so sorry to give negative feedback. I have so much appreciation for what ya’ll do for those horses. Hailey was extremely kind to me, and so was that second guide. And the horses themselves were magnificent. But it is rare that I have an interaction that affects me as badly as this one did. I hope that this tour guide is more tolerant of beginner horse-back riders in the future. A little kindness goes a long way in helping ease a rider’s nerves, which a horse picks up on. Thank you so much for reading, and I hope you have a good day.

Location

Meeting location:  Dolphin Ln

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