Ranch Life

By: Cubaoutdoortravel.com  09-12-2011
Keywords: horseback riding

If you love horseback riding, long to share the flavour of a farmer’s simple routine or want to experience life on a privileged country ranch, look no further. Thousands of hectares, located in protected lands dedicated to raising valuable horse breeds, are waiting for you. Our concept invites you to enjoy gourmet meals and beautiful secluded residences or rustic cottages surrounded by lush vegetation, tropical fruit trees, exotic fauna and meandering rivers.
La Guabina Ranch, located in Pinar del Río, is a stunning estate nestled between unparalleled nature and cultivated land. It features a private lagoon and a rodeo, and stands surrounded by dense pine forests, abundant fruit trees and a rich bird life
La Belén Ranch is a Camagüey ranch sits in a well-protected rainforest famous for its bird-watching and horseback-riding trails. Los Exóticos Eco-lodge has extraordinary scenic value from the mountains, rainforest, waterfalls and beautiful gardens that surround it.

Keywords: horseback riding

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