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Full Horseback Riding Vacations

$2,485 USD

8 days, 7 nights full horseback riding.
4 nights at Rancho Camilo Romero, 1 night at Rancho Jacarandas and 2 nights at RanchoHotel. 
 
  • All inclusive
  • National alcoholic and non- alcoholic drinks
  • Ground transportation

Horseback Riding Holidays & Tour

$2,630 USD

8 days,  7 nights. 5 or 6 days horseback riding and 1 day for Teotihuacan millennial pyramids.
 
 
 
  • All inclusive
  • National alcoholic and non- alcoholic drinks
  • Ground transportation

Horse Riding
a la Carta

TO DEFINE


To define. Min. two people

 
As a group, you plan the next adventure. Let us know what is your dream and we will do our best to make it happen

HOW CAN I PAY FOR MY EQUESTRIAN HOLIDAYS?
Pay on line or Deposit: To confirm your reservation, a 30% non-refundable deposit is required. If you are unable to keep your reservation, the deposit can be applied to a future visit within one year.

The balance must be paid 30 days prior to arrival. In peak periods, the balance must be paid 60 days before arrival.

Important! At the end of your stay, payment for optional items and services must be made in full, preferably in cash (Mexican pesos / US dollars) or by credit card.

For your own protection, remember to reserve your own cancellation, health and travel insurance for those last minute medical or emergency cancellations.

** Includes shared transportation from and to Mexico City airport, (it may be necessary to wait up to 3 hours of your arrival time).

Alternatively, a private transfer can be arranged so clients are collected on arrival. The price of $195USD per car plus tax each way covers up to 4 passengers.

Have a previous visual journey and a brief description of our horseback trail riding experiences browsing the rides that we have designed for you!

Full Horseback Riding Vacations

We will be waiting for you at the airport, so, as soon as you arrive we will take the road to the ranch. Just arriving, our staff will welcome you with a drink and take care of your luggage, while we give you a tour of the entire place. Depending on the time of your arrival we will take you to meet the horses and you can start riding them or if you prefer, you can spend the rest of the day relaxing in our bar with a snack and a bottle of great Mexican wine.  

Breakfast at the ranch while preparing the horses for our first riding trail. The adventure starts thru the extinct volcanic landscape of the region, multi fractured with cliffs, hills and mountains, great views all the way thru the town. Nopala has had relevant moments in Mexico history, burned twice by the french soldiers, witness of the revolutionary events of XX century, cradle of Fernando de Tapia (Conin) founder of Queretaro City and also of Nicolas Romero (The Mountain Lion) as the nick name the French soldiers used for him. This small-town counts with a colonial architecture to admire with a central plaza bordered by portals with pink quarry arches of old Mexican town houses. On Monday the market day took place where you can get plenty of souvenirs. We rest at Rancho Jacarandas, It’s a hotel almost new with spacious and clean rooms also with swimming pool and a nice central garden with full installation for horses.  Unfotunately, the pool is with cold water.

We start the day having breakfast at Casa de La Abuela, a small traditional restaurant one block away from Nopala´s downtown while horses are being prepared for the day route.

We will ride up to Cerro de Nopala, crossing it up and down until arrive to a huge valley of Hacienda El Astillero and Cerro Coatepec. We will have there some snacks and refreshment beverages.

Ride back to Rancho Hotel.

Breakfast at Rancho Hotel getting ready for our next horse trail.

We take the way thru a blown glass craft workshop where we can stop for some souvenirs and then continue our way to Peñafiel and then Las Vegas, a valley and some small mountains full of oak trees with beautufull views for our horse riding experience.

Back to Rancho Hotel for lunch or dinner.

We take the way to Maravillas Town, then, thru some small oak tree mountains and a Porfirian railroad track that runs downside the hill of the ranch.

Spectacular experience going up thru an oak forest till the top of La joya mountain with great views of valleys, lakes and mountains. At the top we take a lunch and cheers with your favorite beverage and some snacks. The return thru the forest and scarped cliff is a challenge for the binomial, man and horse and then a great valley, paradise for any rider as there are endless trails to canter and gallop till the ranch.

This is a small track, considering that you must be tired for the day before, even so, we ride a huge plain landscape and go thru a small cerrito till we arrive to San Sebastian de Juarez for a refreshment. On the way back, we took the return under a cliff that borders all our way back thru the ranch. About 4 hours.

If you have an early flight to catch – we will serve you a breakfast before it’s time to go and one of our drivers will drive you to the airport upon request. In case your flight leaves at night, you will have time to do one last trail nearby the Ranch and we will accommodate with lunch and dinner to your schedule. Get back soon!!

Horseback Riding Holidays & Tour

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We will be waiting for you at the airport, so, as soon as you arrive we will take the road to the ranch.

Just arriving, our staff will welcome you with a drink and take care of your luggage, while we give you a tour of the entire place.
Depending on the time of your arrival we will take you to meet the horses and you can start riding them or if you prefer, you can spend the rest of the day relaxing in our bar with a snack and a bottle of great Mexican wine.

 

 

Breakfast at the ranch while preparing the horses for our first riding trail. The adventure starts thru the extinct volcanic landscape of the region, multi fractured with cliffs, hills and mountains, great views all the way thru the town. Nopala has had relevant moments in Mexico history, burned twice by the french soldiers, witness of the revolutionary events of XX century, cradle of Fernando de Tapia (Conin) founder of Queretaro City and also of Nicolas Romero (The Mountain Lion) as the nick name the French soldiers used for him. This small-town counts with a colonial architecture to admire with a central plaza bordered by portals with pink quarry arches of old Mexican town houses. On Monday the market day took place where you can get plenty of souvenirs. We rest at Rancho Jacarandas, It’s a hotel almost new with spacious and clean rooms also with swimming pool and a nice central garden with full installation for horses.  Unfotunately, the pool is with cold water.

Return to Rancho Camilo Romero by a different route thru some cliffs and going up thru el Cerro de Nopala (Nopalas Mountain

One of our smallest ride of the journey, preparing ourselves for horse mountain climbing to La Joya. We ride thru some cliffs and riffs of Rancho San Isidro, a small town called San Bartolo and Rancho Nuevo´s dam.

Spectacular experience going up thru an oak forest till the top of La joya mountain with great views of valleys, lakes and mountains. At the top we take a lunch and cheers with your favorite beverage and some snacks. The return thru the forest and scarped cliff is a challenge for the binomial, man and horse and then a great valley, paradise for any rider as there are endless trails to canter and gallop till the ranch.

We start the day with a delicious breakfast at the ranch CR and  the staff will drive you to Teotihuacán pyramids.

Teotihuacán pyramids, archaeological remains is one of the largest cities in Mesoamerica during the pre-Hispanic era. It is located approximately 45 kilometers from the center of Mexico City and in this important site you will find archaeological monuments that were declared a World Heritage Site.

At the moment it is the archaeological zone with greater affluence of tourists in Mexico, over places like Chichén Itzá and Monte Albán. You will need a whole day to enjoy the history and mysticism that surrounds all its main monuments such as La Ciudadela, La Calzada de los Muertos, The Temple of the Feathered Serpent, The Palace of Quetzalpapáloltl and of course the famous Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.

Return to the ranch.

A rout thru the Porfirian railroad and a geographical depression, we pass thru an oak forest, also, thousands of pristine Mexican landscapes until we arrived to Maravillas

If you have an early flight to catch – we will serve you a breakfast before it’s time to go and one of our drivers will drive you to the airport upon request. In case your flight leaves at night, you will have time to do one last trail nearby the Ranch and we will accommodate with lunch and dinner to your schedule. Get back soon!!

Horse Riding a la Carta

FLEXIBILITY! You are the best one deciding how to create  your dreamed horseback riding vacations in Mexico,  You can choose from our riding routes designing a full package mixing it with the Mexican colonial towns from our menu of cultural visits.

 As a group, you plan the next adventure. Do you feel like riding all day? Or maybe you’d rather take a cultural trip or just relax at the ranch, It’s up to you!  Just let us know what you’re in the mood for and we are going to do our best to make it happen.