Horseback Riding in Chile

Chile packs much landscape and scenery in to its relatively small size, from the mighty Andes mountains to the arid deserts, and vast canyons and valleys. Horseback riding is one of the most fun and unique ways to experience it all!

Horseback riding around Chile is a truly unique and incredible experience, as the majestic and towering Andes Mountains provide a stunning backdrop to the wide array of landscape, scenery and terrain available to horseback ride around. Take advantage of the excellent and resplendent conditions, whilst also making time to discover the history and culture of this fun, fascinating, colourful and naturally gorgeous country. Take a pick from our selection of horseback riding trips in Chile and go for the trip of a lifetime!
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Horseback Riding in Chile

From wide open, arid deserts to lush green fields and of course, the mighty and majestic Andes Mountains, Chile contains an impressive array of scenery for a country its size. The vast tracts of open space allows for excellent horseback riding conditions, with crowds at a minimum and ample opportunities to take in the gorgeous views.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+56

Language

Spanish

Currency

Chilean peso

How to get there

Flights to Santiago from all major European and South American hubs

Best time to visit

All year round, although there might be slightly more crowds in the Summer months

Weather

Relatively warm all year round, although temperatures can get quite cold at night during Winter

More info about Horseback Riding in Chile:

Chile contains an impressive amount of raw natural beauty for a country its size, and nestled within these beautiful spots are some of the prettiest horseback riding spots one can imagine, with the epic views and wide open spaces providing a near-perfect setting. The capital city of Santiago is a great place to fly in to and head off horseback riding from, as the compact nature of the country allows easy access to most parts of it. Some of the horseback riding can be challenging, so being fit and in decent shape before arriving will maximise enjoyment of the activity. The villages, towns and cities in Chile are full of fascinating and rich histories and culture which they are very proud of, providing endless hours of exploration and discovery, thus ensuring there is always something to see and do

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