Horseback riding to the Baiguate Waterfall, near Jarabacoa (Half-day)
Horseback riding through the farms around Paraíso with a local guide (Half-day)
Horseback riding through the valley in Constanza, Dominican Republic (Half-day)
Horseback riding in the countryside around Pico Isabel de Torres, from Puerto Plata (Half-day)
Hop on the islands’ gentle horses and enjoy a smooth and tranquil horseback adventure. You’ll witness nothing but stunning natural scenery that includes waterfalls, restful villages, and rugged terrain. Ride along the Caribbean Sea along beautiful fields and along rivers. And visit extraordinary pine forests and valleys.
Best time to visit
Visit all-year round for pleasant conditions for horseback riding
What’s the weather like?
The island receives a tropical rainforest climate in the lower regions, with a more arid climate and cooler temperatures in the mountains
Located in the Caribbean among the Greater Antilles archipelago, the Dominican Republic shares an island with the Republic of Haiti to the west. A hugely popular hotspot among the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is home to a long and jagged coastline as well as the rugged and mountainous center. The capital, and largest city, on the island is Santo Domino, with a population of almost 3 million people
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