After breakfast, you will receive an orientation to the ride, an introduction to your horse and be fitted to your saddle. This full day ride will take you to the Big Rock Waterfalls. A leisurely picnic lunch and swimming are on the agenda for the next couple of hours. Enjoy riding through vibrantly rich tropical forests. Some areas of the trail are better suited for walking, and others perfect for an exhilarating canter through the woods. Return via a different route to optimize the amount of wild life you can see.
You will ride to the underground river cave, passing through open farmlands and viewing primitive farming techniques of indigenous people, learning much about their culture. You will travel into a beautiful river valley lost in time, resplendent with huge mango, avocado, and citrus trees where you board small canoes and venture about a mile into the cave to view its exquisite beauty. A spotlight will be provided but you are invited to bring along your own headlights or flashlights.
Your ride today will take you to the captivating Vega, a secluded river valley. Explore
the shady creek, which winds its way to a lovely hidden waterfall. Enjoy inspiring
vistas of the sunken valley from the top of an unexcavated Mayan ruin. This is a
superb bird watching location. Along the way, keep your eyes and ears open in hopes
of seeing the elusive Keel-
The destination today will be one of the spectacular caves found in this limestone karst region where fragments of ancient Maya pottery and even some intact vessels can be seen. Explore various rooms filled with glorious limestone formations then ride through varied habitats and ecosystems while your guide explains many different medicinal plants and traditional uses of the rainforest. On your way back to the cantina you will stop to swim in a beautiful waterfall that is hidden in the valley. This waterfall is secluded and we guarantee you will be the only ones around.