This excursion is special
because it is the only horseback riding tour
in Puerto Vallarta where you can actually
swim with your horse! Not only that,
but you can bask in volcanic hot springs,
relax at a beautiful Hacienda and sample different varieties of
Tequila, the Mexican national liquor. A
great combination of activities!
Start out at our
beautiful Hacienda, a real working ranch
nestled in the Sierra Madre foothills.
Get matched up to your healthy, well-trained
horse, and go for a ride, watching
breathtaking vistas and even going for a
swim with your horse! Stop to bathe in
the soothing waters of our volcanic hot
springs and then after the ride,
relax at the Hacienda, eat or
drink at the restaurant, and learn about how
tequila is made.
this tour is not available for cruise ship
Runs: Twice Daily, Monday through
Saturday at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM. We can also
do this tour on Sunday for groups of at
least 6 people. This tour is seasonal
due to river levels and runs from October
15 through July 15 only. The rest
of the year, see our other
Duration: 4 Hours ApproximatelyIncludes:
Friendly English-Speaking Guide
Well Kept and Well Trained Horse
Swim with Your Horse!
Use of all Hacienda Facilities
Swim in the Volcanic Hot Springs
Departs From: Pick-ups in
Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta and Conchas
Chinas. Detailed meeting instructions
will accompany your confirmation.
Kids: Must be at least 5
feet (152cm) tall and 8 years old to
participate. Kids prices apply to ages
Restrictions: Weight limit
is 250 lbs (113 kg). Pregnant women and
physically challenged individuals cannot
participate in this tour.
HORSEBACK RIDE & SWIM (ADULTS)
prices are in U.S. Dollars and include all taxes.
HORSEBACK RIDE & SWIM (KIDS
Free Discount Card with your reservation!
"I had a great time swimming with my horse.
The guide (Gerardo) was great, the food at
the Hacienda was delicious and I appreciated
the ride back to Centro (downtown).
Muchas gracias por un tiempo bueno en
Mexico! :-)" -
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Crossing the river with your horse will
depend on the water current. If the
current is too strong, we won't be able to
cross the river and get to the hot spring
pools, but you will have a longer riding