Articles Tagged 'Costa Rica'

Meet Your Host- Kindred Spirits in Costa Rica

Meet Your Host — December 30, 2017
Terry Lillian Newton is a Certified Yoga Instructor, horse trainer, riding teacher, Liberty Horse Trainer and Certified Energy Practioner. She combines these talents to host travelers on the Caribbean Coast and jungles of Costa Rica in a variety of special retreats through Kindred Spirits. We caught up with Terry to learn… Read more »

Exploring on Horseback the Costa Rican Way

Equestrian Travel Articles — May 5, 2013
Riding the tropical, jungle-covered mountainsides to a secluded waterfall in Costa Rica. by Corinne Brown Most Americans think of Costa Rica as a tropical getaway; a place, to fish, sail and surf. It’s touted as a Central American paradise with miles of coastal beaches and crystalline waters, as well as… Read more »

Stable to Table: Recipes from a Lifetime of Travel, Riding and Cooking

Equestrian Travel Articles — April 10, 2012
A new cookbook pairs Dawn Harris Brown’s equestrian culinary adventures with stunning horse photos from her travels. by Karen Braschayko Dawn Harris Brown has ridden and cooked her way across the world. Traveling by horseback through lands as exotic as Mongolia, the Australian outback and Hungary, she gathered recipes along… Read more »

San Carlos, Costa Rica - Exploring on Horseback

Darley's Travel Blog — October 2, 2011
Ride the pineapple fields and into the Platanar RIver to cool off in this Equitrekking travel video clip. by Darley Newman San Carlos, Costa Rica is an area made famous by Arenal Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. We went horseback riding to Arenal, but also… Read more »

YQA - Great Places for Horseback Riding on the Beach

Darley's Travel Blog — June 7, 2011
Great Places for Beach Horseback Riding in Ireland, Spain, the United States and South America by Darley Newman In our quest for the ultimate beach for horse riding, we've ridden beaches all over the world, from Georgia's Coast to the coast of Southern Spain and from Uruguay to Northern Ireland.… Read more »

YQA - Top 5 Most Extreme Horse Rides

Darley's Travel Blog — April 25, 2011
Five Thrilling Horse Rides That Will Earn You Bragging Rights by Darley Newman We've taken and filmed a few "extreme" horse rides with Equitrekking. Here's my top five most extreme horse rides. Want to challenge us to try an exciting horse ride? Email us and let us know about it… Read more »

Costa Rica Horse Festival

Darley's Travel Blog — August 1, 2010
For me, traveling on horseback is all about getting to see and experience things in a totally new way. Riding in a Cabalgata in Costa Rica marks at the top of my list for exciting things to experience on horseback. In the above video, you can watch a behind the… Read more »

Costa Rica- Arenal Volcano

Darley's Travel Blog — June 7, 2010
by: Equitrekking host Darley Newman   Monica, our local Costa Rica horseback riding vacation guide, and her brother Sebastian and I rode at the base of the very active Arenal volcano. We rode through rolling farmland dotted with cattle, which would feel the heat if Arenal were to have a… Read more »

Costa Rica on Horseback

Equestrian Travel Articles — February 26, 2010
By Judie Framan Photos by Elliot Framan "Trust your horse and stay in my tracks," said Jose, our Costa Rican horse master and multi-lingual guide, "These horses are bred to navigate this country." And with that, he headed up a steep hill, along a 180 degree switchback trail no wider… Read more »

Costa Rica- Cabalgata Behind the Scenes

Darley's Travel Blog — February 25, 2010
As an elderly woman whizzed by me, galloping at an alarming pace in her black dress pants and high-heeled patent leather shoes, I gripped by reins and giggled. She was delicately balancing a purse on her forearm, not exactly riding attire. My horse Perla, the perfect “bomb proof” mount, was… Read more »