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A photo of a group horseback riding in Costa Rica

Saddle Up & Go Horseback Riding in Costa Rica

When travelers think of Costa Rica, they probably think of beautiful sandy beaches and tropical jungles. El Castillo Boutique Luxury Hotel is the perfect, adult-only boutique hotel to call home during a getaway. Explore Ojochal on horseback and see all the stunning island has to offer.

Discover Costa Rica on Horseback

Travelers have plenty of options when it comes to transportation when exploring Costa Rica. For those looking to explore things off the beaten path, horseback riding is the perfect adventure. There is no shortage of places to ride on the island when travelers stay at El Castillo.

  1. Ride to Nauyaca Falls. Travelers will start their morning with a horseback ride to breakfast and then continue along the Baru River before arriving at the falls. 
  2. Visit Playa Hermosa by booking a tour with Rancho La Merced or ride toward the waterfall and enjoy a refreshing dip. 
  3. Learn about Costa Rica’s flora and fauna while enjoying a ride with Lalo Tours. Riders who tour Las Brisas might just see sloths or monkeys.

There’s nothing quite like saddling up and exploring Costa Rica on horseback. Riders should make sure they have their cameras with to capture every moment.

Enjoy a Stay at the Best Luxury Hotel in Costa Rica

Whether guests are enjoying a romantic honeymoon or just needed to escape from everyday life, their stay in Costa Rica is made that much more relaxing when they stay at El Castillo. Once checked in at this luxury, adults-only hotel, travelers will be surrounded by nature. Wake up to the sound of ocean waves and breathe in the clean mountain air. After a day of horseback riding, enjoy a meal at Castillo’s Kitchen or relax in the pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean. To learn more about current offers or availability, please email [email protected] 

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