Punta Cana: Horseback Ride to Macao Beach
- Pickup available
- Duration: 2 hours
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The driver was 20 minutes late picking me up. When we got to the site, the group I was supposed to leave with had already left. Another guide took me by myself, so it was essentially a private tour. However, he spoke very little English, and I didn't get a "guide" of the surrounding area so much as a silent ride-along of the countryside and the beach. Even so, my escort did his best to make me comfortable and made sure to take plenty of pictures of me to remember the experience. Overall, the tour was simply fantastic. It was so surreal riding through shaded dirt trails with cows and horses and crops on either side of the road. It was such an authentic experience, where I was technically allowed full control of my horse and sometimes followed my guide off trail into the grass. Macao beach itself was absolutely magical. We got there in time to catch the very last of the sunset. The ocean was tinted with the fiery reds, oranges, and pinks in the sky. It was incredibly beautiful.
We were picked up on time. Arrived at the ranch, we waited for the second group to arrive to be able to start the ride. The walk went very well despite the fact that the landscape on Macau beach is not pretty to see, between the algae on the sand, the waste left by man. When we got back from the ranch, they showed us the photos taken during the walk, which they sell for € 110 with a bottle of mamajuana and a magnet. The price of the ride for 2 people
Amazing experience! We were just 2 with the rider who accompanied us The horses are well treated, well in shape (I was afraid to discover the opposite) My mother not knowing how to ride, a policeman on horseback also accompanied us so that I could leave gallop several times with the guide. Top accompaniment, top service, I recommend!
The place, beautiful to fish than with the summer seaweed, I was not so heavenly but my daughter had a great time and I was a photographer too :-)