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We were very keen to go horse riding during our stay in September but the '1' guy that ran it was sick! Surely there is more than 1 person that can lead a few horses. We did happen to drive past the sign and couldn't...More
The horses are in terrible condition, had I known earlier that they left the totally neglected white horse to die a slow death I would not have gone on this trek at all. There oldest horse there now is called Brownie, she has a lame...More
Read below horse left to die a long slow painfull death at the hands of aroa.
If you wrote a positive review you must be blind or have a low expectation of how to care for a horse even the photos of the happy treckers...More
On my holiday in Rarotonga I went to Aroa horse riding to check out the horses there.
I am 13 have a horse of my own, am an experienced rider and was keen for a ride.
I was appalled to what I found. In result...More
Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!
The horses had been well cared for and we arrived as they were saddling them up, healthy looking horses.
The guides were funny and knowledgeable and we had a brilliant time.
He also took my camera for me and took heaps of...More
Highly Recommended! We had a blast on our Trek . . . i must say i love Horses and been on a few treks over my time - this one would have to be the best. Our guide was really friendly, great local knowledge of...More
We were not that keen on going horse riding but my 18 & 21 year old daughters wanted us to go with them. We were expecting to go up to Wigmores Waterfall and then down to the sea, but didn't bother to ask first. We...More