Horse riding below a Panamanian volcano
Gallop across a picturesque landscape of rolling hills and premontane forest in the shadow of Barú volcano.
Saddle up at a rural ranch before riding out on an ancient indian trail across a fertile landscape of hills and forest. You'll be in the company of a local guide who can point out wildlife and introduce you to the region's distinctive flora. Also accompanying you will be the looming presence of Barú volcano, Panama's highest peak and a striking backdrop to the lush and welcoming terrain you'll explore on this 3-hour ride.
Activity Rating: easy
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