Costa Rica is home to such diverse and beautiful landscapes. From the mountains to the waterfalls, volcanoes, and beaches, there is so much to explore in Costa Rica! What is a better way to explore these landscapes than by horseback? There are countless horseback riding tours in Costa Rica, but we have found some of our favorites to help guide you on your adventures through Costa Rica!
Horseback Riding in Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio National Park is one of Costa Rica’s most alluring national parks. Here you can find beautiful beaches, a dense rainforest, and forest trails. The horseback riding tour leads you an hour away to a secluded waterfall just a mile from the ranch. While traveling by horse to the waterfall, you will be guided through a rainforest where you can discover Costa Rica’s beautiful wildlife and greenery.
Horseback Riding in Tamarindo & Playa Conchal
Tamarindo is another hot spot for vacationers. Here you can find a horseback riding tour that leads you to the white sand beaches of Playa Conchal. During the tour, you will travel through creeks and the jungle up to the mountains where you will be able to enjoy the beautiful views of Tamarind Bay and Playa Conchal. Once you reach Playa Conchal, the tour offers riders a 30-45 minute stop so you can enjoy the beach, go snorkeling, or grab a drink!
Horseback Riding in Monteverde
You can discover the dreamy cloud forests located in Monteverde. A cloud forest is just what it sounds like, they are forests with low-hanging clouds which makes for mysterious and dreamy views. In this horseback riding tour, you can explore the countryside of Costa Rica and even have views of the Pacific Ocean and the Arenal Volcano. Not only will you get to see Costa Rica’s stunning views, but you will also have the chance to see some of its local wildlife such as monkeys and toucans!
Costa Rica’s landscape is packed with scenes to perfect for exploring. Horseback riding is just one of the many activities that we love here! Looking for more things to do in Costa Rica? Check out our Top 10 Things to Do in Costa Rica blog!