Discover the World on Horseback with Unicorn Trails

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Herding cattle in the Andes
from US $2,075
Summary:

Visit the high Andes on the last truly authentic horseback cattle drives in the world This unique once-a-year equestrian cattle trail follows ancient Incan pathways and climbs to high-altitude grasslands at 3,000m, home of the condor. Help the gauchos drive the cattle into corrals and assist with sorting and branding.This equestrian adventure is for experienced riders who want a fully immersive experience of Argentinian culture. Accommodation is in mountain cabins with two nights in a hotel.

Desert portion of the ride
from US $2,125
Summary:

Experience horseback riding along ancient Inca trails in the Andes Mountains where life goes on as it has for centuries. From the dry Calchaquí desert on the west of the Dead Lion Range of the Andes, this equestrian route climbs to 3,000m (9,000ft) where condors roam, before descending into a different world of lush green valleys and the tropical forests of Lerma. 

En-route the group stays in the homes of the local Calchaqui Indians with 3 nights of camping under the stars in the high Andes, an unmissable experience. A relaxed ride with beds and hot showers on most nights for horseback riders who can walk, trot and canter.

Monastery ride in Bhutan
from US $4,609
Summary:

A cultural equestrian adventure in the Himalayan mountains, visiting ancient monasteries and meeting local people in the land of happiness. See the real beauty of this mysterious country from horseback, staying in a variety of accommodation including hotels, farm houses and camping. This tour combines horseback riding with trekking and sight-seeing to include all the best Bhutan has to offer.

Cantering in the Okavango Delta
from US $725 per night
Summary:

Mobile camp equestrian adventure in the Okavango Delta, suitable for  intermediate and experienced riders onwards.

Cantering in the Okavango Delta
from US $725 per night
Summary:

An equestrian vacation not to be missed at this new luxury tented camp, close to the Santantadibe River in the game-rich Okavango Delta, with great riding for horseback riders, and safari activities for non-riders. Easily accessible from Maun and amazing value.

Elephant Spotting
from US $3,449
Summary:

The Tuli Block is  home to a great diversity of wildlife species including large herds of elephant. This is a fast and exciting equestrian safari for confident intermediate horseback riders with comfortable accommodation in a variety of semi-permanent camps around the Mashatu Reserve. 

Cattle drive in Pantanal, Brazil
from US $4,349
Summary:

This horseback riding holiday is sold exclusively by Unicorn Trails and combines the best of a wildlife safari and cattle work in the largest tropical wetland in the world. Forward going Pantaneiro horses, comfortable fazendas and a night in hammocks with plenty of cultural highlights make for a great equestrian vacation.

Riding through the Alberta Rockies
from US $2,689
Summary:

Enjoy a horseback riding adventure on the Continental divide between Alberta and British Columbia. While supplies are transported by horse-drawn wagon through the valleys, horseback riders are free to pick up the pace between passes. Camping out in the wilderness, this is one for adventurous equestrian adventurers who want to get off the beaten track and explore this wildlife-filled region... not only at a walk.

Riding through the Alberta Rockies
from US $3,015
Summary:

This equine pack trip vacation incorporates two of the most breathtaking high mountain rides, traveling across 3 major river basins. This horseback riding adventure has been developed to provide new and different riding opportunities for those who return to the Continental Divide regularly.

This equestrian adventure is designed for experienced and adventurous riders, on rugged trails with breathtaking scenery, and riding up to heights of 9,000ft (2,750m). 

Riding the lost trail
from US $3,015
Summary:

Riding in the same area as the Continental Divide Trail, this is for experienced horseback riders only who are happy to gallop while out on the trail, and explore routes that are home to elk, big horn sheep, and little else!  A team and wagon is used to set up one camp, then a truck takes the horses and riders to different areas during the trip to expedite the jump from one mountain area to another. Enjoy horsebackriding in the highest and wildest areas of the Alberta Rockies - not one for the faint-hearted!

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