Chile travel

Horseback Riding

Feel your own heart resonate with your horse’s heartbeat. Enjoy a quiet trot or a thrilling flat-out gallop. Exploring its many trails and gorges on horseback is one of the greatest pleasures for travelers in Chile.

Ride through dunes and oases in the great northern desert. See the magical landscapes of San Pedro de Atacama and discover the mystical Elqui Valley on intense escapades of up to 4 days, riding through the high mountains of the Andes and sleeping under the stars.

Admire the strength and agility of the Chilean rodeo horse in the central heartland, and enjoy their peaceful companionship as you trek through the National Parks or along the coast. There are few rides as thrilling as bareback expeditions through the volcanoes and craters of Rapa Nui!

Inhale the heady perfume of ripe grapes as you canter through colorful vineyards. Get an authentic view of the ranching traditions of untamed Chilean Patagonia, and enjoy a sense of real freedom as you journey along ancestral trails through the dense southern woodlands.



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