If you have ever dreamed about an adventure in Nepal and visiting the beautiful natural landscape, but trekking wasn’t part of the plan, consider a horse riding trek Nepal. This alternative option to trekking can give you a unique perspective into the land and people of Nepal. In the past horses were strictly used for transportation and moving goods for commerce. Now horses are enjoyed mainly for the sport of horse riding treks. This is true except in remote areas, and some of these places still exist in Nepal today. Due to the country's geographical features many places in Nepal are not accessible by road. People living in these areas use horses to travel from place to place, carrying food, clothes, medicines and other goods. Especially in trans-Himalayan region where people have adopted horse riding as a part of daily life. In fact, many of the ethnic groups in the Himalayan Mountains consider horses as part of their cultural identity, and not just a necessity. One can enjoy horse riding too in any part of the country. No matter if you want a month-long horse riding trekking or a few days of riding along one of the many trails and taking in the superb scenery, all are available to suit your needs. The good news is that those who are unable to walk but still want to experience the highest mountain range in the world can also make their adventure in Nepal. For people less inclined or unable to go trekking, these horseback riding treks offers you the chance to experience the Himalayan region. Whether you choose a strictly horseback riding adventure tour or a combination with a trek, it allows you to experience the high mountains and the best cultural places of Nepal has to offer.
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from 2.945 USD /
Days: 16 / Difficulty: 4 of 5 (Strenuous)
Horse Riding Trek to Everest Base Camp is a unique adventure in the lap of the Himalayas which allows the travelers to have a thrilling experience of riding a horse and trekking amid breathtaking panorama. Horseback Riding Trek to Everest Base Camp provides an extraordinary opportunity for those who want to explore the enticing Khumbu Region, but cannot trek for long days. The trek highlights the...
from 3.475 USD /
Days: 15 / Difficulty: 4 of 5 (Strenuous)
Horse Riding Trek to Upper Mustang has caught the attention of many adventure lovers around the world as it adds up a unique experience in the only desert area of the Himalayan country. Also known as The Last Forbidden Kingdom, Upper Mustang is one of the favorite trekking destinations in Nepal, though it was accessible only after the year 1992. Horseback Riding Trek to Upper Mustang is also...
from 1.370 USD /
Days: 10 / Difficulty: 2 of 5 (Moderate)
Horse Riding Trek to Everest Panorama with Children is an interesting trek in the Khumbu region that allows you to relish the picturesque view of the snow-capped mountains shining brightly above the clouds while riding on the back of the most loved Himalayan transportation with your children. The trail is easy yet exhilarating, and horseback riding with children will give you a double dose...
from 1.390 USD /
Days: 10 / Difficulty: 2 of 5 (Moderate)
Horseback Riding Trek to Annapurna Panorama with Children is an ideal trekking option for those families who want to explore the magical Annapurna Region. This trek offers panoramic views of snowcapped mountains, beautiful rhododendron forests, and traditional villages along with an unforgettable natural and cultural experience. Horseback Riding Trek to Annapurna Panorama with Children starts...
from 1.510 USD /
Days: 11 / Difficulty: 3 of 5 (Moderate to strenuous)
Being one of the most popular trekking trails in Nepal, Langtang Valley offers a mix of snow-clad Himalayas, lush hills, and various rivers and rivulets along with several ethnic villages of the Tamang community. Horseback Riding Trek to Langtang Valley with Children is specially designed for families with children who wish to trek in Nepal but are short on time and are also concerned about their...