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by Venesha Johnson | Associate Writer
It is not quite often, or maybe any at all that you will find just about anyone going horseback riding in Montego Bay. Montego Bay, the island's second city and tourist capital, is known for its white sandy beaches, popular restaurants, luxury resorts and exciting nightlife.
Unfortunately, when it comes down to certain types of excursions such as horseback riding, you won’t be finding much luck there. However, many tour companies organise special excursions, many of which involve horseback riding to different areas on the island such as Sandy Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril.
The following tours, all do pick-ups from resorts or hotels in Montego Bay.
This horseback riding excursion allows you to see rural Jamaica more quickly than you might on a strolling tour.
The excursion includes a stroll along the sand as well as a swim with your horse in the ocean. Along the excursion, the path also passes Mammee Bay and other notable local landmarks.
A unique chance to swim with your horse in the water on this horseback excursion, and see rural communities and stunning natural settings. Learn interesting details about the history and prominent landmarks of the area. Keep hydrated; bottled water is available.
The Dunn's River Falls, which are the most climbed in the world, are explored here. As you climb the Falls with the aid of a Dunn's River Guide, begin at the foot of the Waterfall where it empties into the Caribbean Sea and experience the cooling feeling of natural mineral water.
The original Horseback Ride 'N' Swim trip is the next exciting chapter in your journey. As you ride from the land into the warmth of the Caribbean Sea on your dependable horse, take in the splendour of Jamaica.
Then, as you ride your powerful ATV Quad Bike along the challenging dirt trails through the picturesque countryside, it's time to experience life on the wild side.
This tailored half-day adventure visits Jamaica's horseback riding and bamboo rafting while offering hassle-free round-trip transportation in an air-conditioned minivan. The horseback riding culminates with a ride in the ocean after taking you on a nature route where you may see the surrounding area.
After a beautiful journey, hear from your local guide about the region's history and environment. From hotels in Ocho Rios, transportation is provided in both ways.
You may not be in the pickup zone if your hotel is not listed. Transportation can still be arranged, however, there may be extra fees.
The next activity is bamboo rafting through our forest while your guide entertains you and you enjoy the calming sounds of nature.
On this escorted horseback trip in Negril, get in touch with the natural beauty that makes Jamaica famous. Saddle up and ride the gorgeous guided route past rural communities, along the beach, and into the water after a quick off-road excursion to the stables.
For everyone's safety, including first-timers, this tour comes with all necessary gear and backup riders. horseback riding lesson out of Negril Explore regions that are off the main path and are seldom visited by tourists. Embark on a ride through little towns, along the coast, and into the Caribbean Sea.
For individuals of all levels, of experience Backup riders and all safety equipment are supplied. Included are hotel pickup and drop-off.
During this half-day outdoor activity from Montego Bay, combine horseback riding, river tubing, and hiking. This excursion gives you the chance to see Jamaica's western region, where ziplining and rappelling are both options.
Included is a traditional Jamaican lunch and round-trip transportation from lodgings in Montego Bay. Half-day adventure excursion from Montego Bay with multiple activities beach and in the Caribbean Sea while riding horses Round-trip transportation from Montego Bay lodging for a traditional Jamaican meal.
So you see, although there aren't any options for horseback riding in Montego Bay, there are many tours leaving from Montego Bay to other places that do.
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