Are you looking for the best horseback riding in Aruba that even beginner riders can join in on the fun?
Finding the right horseback riding tour in Aruba for your riding skill level can be a challenge, if you don’t know which are the best tours to choose from.
In this article I will give you the best advice on horseback riding in Aruba that will help you get paired with a horse that suits your riding experience – even if you have no riding experience.
The Best Horseback Riding in Aruba
Honestly, I can’t think of a prettier place to go horseback riding than Aruba.
The island isn’t known for horseback riding, but Aruba has one of the most perfect terrains and trails for riding, so it’s worth booking a tour to experience it first hand.
So how do you go about finding the best horseback tour for you, and your family?
Start with your level of riding experience, if you know how to ride a horse, you can select a tour that rides to the natural pool, or alongside the rockier side of the island’s coastlines.
If you are a beginner rider, I would advise you to ride alongside the countryside, the beach, and the sand dunes that don’t require too much riding experience.
Go Horseback Riding in Aruba at Wariruri Beach
One of the best horseback rides in Aruba that I personally recommend is a horse riding tour to wariruri beach.
This trail is good for beginners and experienced riders, because the trail has both countryside and beach rides, which offer the best of both worlds.
Horseback riding to Wariruri beach is available in two time slots, either morning tours, or afternoon tours.
Morning tours are best for riders who want to see the beauty of Aruba before the sun gets too hot. The afternoon tours are best if you want to experience the island’s beauty during downtime and right before the sunset.
Prices For Horseback Riding Tours in Aruba
The prices for horseback riding in Aruba are different at every company.
On average, the price depends on the length of the tour, and if it’s a private tour.
Morning & Afternoon Tours To Wariruri Beach
The best tours to start with as a first time rider in Aruba are at Wariruri Beach. You can book a morning tour, or join an afternoon tour.
Check out our horseback riding tours to Wariri Beach.
Frequently Horseback Riding Questions
If you’re new to horseback riding in Aruba, I’m sure you have a couple of questions, before you decide to book your horse riding adventure on the island.
So here’s a list of frequently asked questions about horseback riding tours in Aruba.
Do You Offer Free Riding Lessons?
One hour before the start of the tour, you will get a free riding lesson to teach you how to ride a horse. The tour guides are experienced and know how to match you with an appropriate horse that suits your riding experience.
What Is Included in The Wariruri Horseback Riding Tour?
Transportation is included. This included pick up and drop off at your hotel.
Free riding lessons are included, starting one hour before the tour.
Helmets can be provided, if requested before at request when booking the tour.
Free water is also included.
The tour is about 3.30 hours, including pick up and drop off.
What Type of Horses?
The horses in our tours are paso fino horses.
They are in good shape and well taken care of.
The safety and wellbeing of our horses is top priority.
Meet our Paso fino horses shown on the image below.
Is There a Weight Limit For Horseback Riding?
Our paso fino horses can only allow up to 250 lbs.
What type of clothes do you need to wear?
To have a comfortable horseback riding experience in Aruba, I advise you to wear good and proper shoes, and avoid riding in slippers.
You can wear long pants, but it is not required to wear jeans, as the sun in Aruba can get hot.
Private Tours Are Also Available
If you are looking for a more private tour option because you are a beginner rider, or looking for a more private and romantic setting while horseback riding in Aruba, please feel free to request this personally by contacting me by using the contact form below.
Prices for private horseback riding tours starts at $180.00 per person.