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Our Private Picnic Horseback Ride experience


This picnic horseback ride is perfect for any occasion. Not only a romantic setting for newlyweds, honeymooners or couples renewing vows but also for friends or family celebrating a special occasion or just enjoying a bit of luxury along the trail. Sit and enjoy some local treats and drinks while you take in the stunning coastline views and watch the horses happily grazing.


Located in Beasuejour, the stables are conveniently close to a majority of resorts and villas in the North. The trails are undeveloped roads taking you out to a coastline that many locals are yet to explore. The trails pass along undeveloped hillsides and grazing land with sleepy cows and the odd local fishermen perched on the coastline. Experience the open wild country landscape and breath-taking views in an eco-friendly and timeless way.


Along your ride, you’ll visit two beaches along the North Eastern coast with no hotels or villas on the beaches so you can safely take a canter or gallop along the shore. Enjoy the sound of the hooves and sway of your horse’s stride while you take in the simple beauty of St. Lucia. As mother nature permits, and the sea is calm you can also take your horse into the water for a swim and cool off before heading back.

Beach Ride Highlights:

  • Enjoy light refreshments and snacks at a viewpoint along the ride.

  • Photo opportunities with views along the east coast and at the beach.

  • Horseback riding through undeveloped countryside land.

  • Experienced riders can canter along the beach.

Important Information:


  • Weight restriction of 220lbs applies.

What to bring:

  • Camera

  • Towel/change of clothes (in case it rains or if you plan to swim).

  • Closed toe shoes (slippers can get stuck in the stirrups/get lost).

Additional Information:

  • Not recommended for pregnant women.

  • Not recommended for people with back/hip problems or who have had a recent back/hip surgery.

  • Not recommended for people with respiratory or heart problems.

  • Not recommended for people with a recent arm/hand surgery.

  • Not currently handicapped accessible.

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