Horseback Riding

Sacred Valley

After an indulgent three-course lunch at a historic hacienda, head out for a two-hour ride on a Peruvian Paso Horse, passing adobe homes and farms as you ride. Primarily traveling on dirt roads, these gentle giants nearly steer themselves. This is not an activity for expert riders and is better suited to young children or those who prefer to travel at a slow pace and experience scenery from a high vantage point.

Written by Avery Carmichael

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