Bonanza Horseback Riding

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Bonanza Horseback Riding

Bonanza Horseback Riding offers fun, safe, and friendly horseback riding experience. You will be taken on a trip (one or two hours long) during which you’ll be enjoying views of Los Cabos beaches and the estuary. Each tour, depending on a number of guests, is accompanied by one or two personal tour guides.

No previous horseback riding experience is necessary.


    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
      (2-5)
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    • Grade schoolers
      (6-9)
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    • Tweens
      (10-13)
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    • Teens
      (14-18)
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    • Everyone
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    • Children with
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    • Recommended length

    • Up to 1 hour
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    • 1-3 hours
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    • Half a day
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    • Full day
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    • A day is not enough
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    • Price

    • Free
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      Features confirmed by parents

      • Available discounts
      • Parking on-site
      • Restaurant or food for purchase

Reviews (1)

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    Hania28

    Poland, Warsaw, Poland

    Good activity

    Reviewed 15 August 2017

    It was a nice activity but definitely a one hour tour is more than enough for smaller kids. We enjoyed the tour, which was right on a beach and next to the estuary. The horses were calm, knew their way and followed the guides so you really didn't need to have any previous experience with horses.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

    Tips

    If you have a smaller child it might be a good idea to ask the guide to accompany him/her a little closer. Every now and then the horses start trotting on their own which might be intimidating for an inexperienced rider and simply uncomfortable. When my son's horse started to trot, he hit his back against the saddle and couldn't stop the horse on his own. We had to ask a guide to help him out.

    Insider tips

    • If you have a smaller child it might be a good idea to ask the guide to accompany him/her a little closer. Every now and then the horses start trotting on their own which might be intimidating for an inexperienced rider and simply uncomfortable. When my son's horse started to trot, he hit his back against the saddle and couldn't stop the horse on his own. We had to ask a guide to help him out.

    Practical info

    Blvd. Antonio Mijares No. S/N Zona Hotelera
    San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
    01 624 132 3480

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