The Two Nights in Two Valleys Ride
- Minimum of 2 riders and max of 4 riders with one guide. Private rides available.
- Day 1 there is a short test ride to be sure rider & horse are compatable and that the tack is comfortable. Approximately 5-6 hours of riding on day 2 & 3.
- It is absolutely essential that the rider be fit, able to do a rising or posting trot and canter on a fit, spirited horse. The rider is also required to lead their horse down a somewhat rocky trail for 20 minutes.
- Depart from the city office late afternoon. Exact time fluctuates throughout the year.
- Return to the city day 3 around 5 pm.
- 1 afternoon ride & 2 full days of riding.
- English and Spanish speaking guide.
- 2 nights of lodging in double or single occupancy. 1 night at Rancho Pitaya and 1 night at private home with swimming pool.
- Dinner on day one. Three meals on day two. Breakfast and lunch on day three.
- Round trip transport from our office in Oaxaca’s historic city.
- Suitable clothing: long pants, light long sleeves, covered shoes, crew length socks, vest or light jacket, swimsuit
- Sunglasses, sunscreen and insect repellent
- Personal medication
2-3 riders in double occupancy: 19500 pesos per person
4 riders: 17500 pesos per person in double occupancy
Note: Add 2000 pesos per person for distance riding instruction from a competitive endurance rider.
Discounts and surcharges:
Single room supplement 1500 pesos
- 25% required to book via Paypal or bank transfer.
- Balance due upon arrival via Visa, Mastercard or cash pesos enjoy a 1500 peso discount.
- Horseback Mexico is a small outfitter with limited horses and guides
- No refunds for cancelled riding tours
- Activities can be rescheduled if space is available
This is our newest multi-day ride that straddles the Tlacolula and Ocotlan valleys via stunning mountain passes. Meander weathered cattle trails and canter a camino real made by the Spaniards hundreds of years ago. Horse-drawn carts still work the traditional farmlands and friendly shepherds tend their livestock on the open communal lands. Ride through ethnically Zapotec villages. This land is old and has been inhabited for thousands of years. Ride past agave plantations and marvel at the beautiful, massive cacti along the trail. A wetland and a spring draw dozens of species of birds.