HORSEBACK RIDE

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From USD 145

What you will visit:

Horseback Riding Adventure
Enjoy the spectacular St. Lucia terrain by horseback. Meet your friendly guides and your horse for the day, and once you've become acquainted with your steed, climb into the saddle and follow your guide on an easy ride through the unspoiled forested land and the shoreline. Creole horses, a local breed from St. Lucia, are used and are smaller than what North Americans may be accustomed to. Long pants and closed toe shoes are recommended.


What you will see along the way:
The fun begins as soon as you drive through Castries, passing charming, pastel-colored colonial buildings on your way out of the city. Then, you'll travel north, where soaring mountains and golden beaches in the distance keep you company. 
From the seat of your steed, enjoy views of St. Lucia's varied flora and fauna on the forested trail and along the soft, golden sands beach.

Snacks:
After your ride, you'll climb off your horse and walk to a beachside restaurant for refreshments.

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Details:
Travel time:00:30 Transport type:Air Conditioned Mini-bus
Transport Capacity (Normal Use):10
Time at site:10 Inside Visit :Yes
Walking distance (yards):10
Total number of steps:3
Wheelchair accessible?:No
Restrooms available?:Yes
Shopping available?:No
Air conditioned?:Yes

SPECIAL NOTES
Please note a waiver has to be signed at the Stables prior to proceeding on the ride. The minimum age required to participate is 10 years old, the maximum age is 70 years old and the maximum weight limit per rider is 250 pounds. Participants must wear a helmet and a life jacket when swimming with the horses. Creole horses, a local breed from St. Lucia, are used and are smaller than what North Americans may be accustomed to. Long pants and closed toe shoes are recommended. Wear a swimsuit, bring a towel and a hat for the beach, adequate sun protection and insect repellant.
Medical Restriction:
All guests must be in good physical condition and in good health, must be able to get on and off the horse and not be suffering from back, leg, hip, neck or respiratory conditions.