On a whim I visited this farm and inquired about trekking. I joined a 5 day / 4 night trip that was headed out the following day. I've ridden all my life, so expectations for the riding were low - I mean how much can you expect from a string of rental horses? I was far more interested in getting into the back country and small townships.
Wow. The horses were AMAZING. The guides were AMAZING. The scenery was amazing (except for the first day of relentless rain - fortunately, rain gear was provided). The first day we spent the night in a ranchers barn to escape the rain, and we got to witness the birth of a calf! I was pretty sure the trip was already worth the money! The rest of the trip exceeded my expectations. This was a real ride - many hours in the saddle (chilean saddles are extremely comfortable, I even bought one from their saddle maker to bring home!). These were not nose to tail horses. We were allowed to ride on our own, gallop on the beach, we even had to jump little logs and cross large rivers, lifting our legs to keep them from getting wet! And the FOOD! Authentic Asados, in some cases even beer and wine with dinner. I've ridden a breeds of horses, but after this trip I've come to the conclusion that those little chilean horses are perhaps the most impressive in the world. If you're even thinking of this trip - DO IT. You will not regret it!
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