Incredible Horseback Riding Experiences in Los Cabos

From white sandy beaches and sapphire blue ocean to the rugged desert terrain, there’s no better way to enjoy the natural beauty of Los Cabos than on horseback this summer. Several equestrian centers offer horseback tours along the coastline, from Migriño on the Pacific side, to San José del Cabo on the Sea of Cortez. It’s undoubtedly an excellent way to cover more ground and get a close-up view of the incredibly varied landscapes of this region.

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With the heat of summer to consider, an early morning ride is a perfect way to start the day. Alternatively, a picture-perfect sunset ride promises a dreamily romantic end to the day, as you watch the molten sun fade from view into the ocean horizon. The vast beaches seem to be made for horseback riding, allowing more experienced riders to enjoy a gallop along the water’s edge. For an authentic Baja Cowboy experience, head towards the gentle desert hills. Ride through ancient riverbeds across rock-strewn slopes where you will find 100-year-old cactus, desert flowers, indigenous birds and wildlife. Countless photographic opportunities await – make sure your phone is charged so that you can capture those Instagram moments.

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Baja California boasts a stunning natural environment across breathtaking mountains, desert plains and azure ocean views. This summer, Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort presents the unique opportunity to discover the hidden splendor of Los Cabos on a guided horseback tour. Adventure-seekers will traverse the beautiful terrains and experience Los Cabos like never before, topping the night off with a Champagne toast in the glimmering sunset. Pricing available upon request.

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A quick search on TripAdvisor and Viator found a list of tour companies, hotels, and equestrian centers offering horseback riding. Beach rides, desert rides, or mixed trail rides will have you in the saddle for anything from one to 3 hours. There are horses suited to everyone’s experience level, from first-time riders to expert horsemen. English speaking guides will ensure that you have a safe and unforgettable experience. The more well-known and reputable equestrian centers love their horses and take great care of them. Cuadra San Francisco, for example, is a family owned and operated business established over twenty years ago and is the only Professional Equestrian Center in Baja California Sur.

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Happy horses mean happy guests and enjoyable rides. Read online reviews and comments before booking. Horseback riding in Los Cabos is an excellent way for couples, groups, and families to create memories to last a lifetime.

The Los Cabos region’s subtropical desert promises a warm, dry, and sunny climate with over 320 days of sunshine each year. Beach horse rides between December and March will almost certainly include opportunities for whale watching as these magnificent creatures come quite close to the shore during their migration.

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Things to remember for your horseback ride: Wear long pants – denim jeans are traditional cowboy attire for a good reason, as they protect your legs from chafing on the saddle, especially for inexperienced riders. Closed shoes such as tennis shoes or canvas sneakers or essential. It’s hot out there – make sure you have biodegradable sunscreen to protect your beautiful face and the environment. Wear a hat and sunglasses, make sure it fits snugly and doesn’t blow off. Most tours will provide bottled water to keep you hydrated.