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Trip Report Sayta Ranch - Horse Riding

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When this activity was booked for me by Green Toad Bus, I was disappointed that I wouldn't have long enough to experience the ranch, so they quickly extended my stay for two nights and am I glad I did.

The countryside is beautiful and you can get lost in your thoughts, the horses are so well trained that even if you have never been on a horse before you will feel comfortable with your horse after 10 mins.

The hospitality of all at the ranch is outstanding, too much food, too much wine and incredibly hot water to shower in after a hard days riding.

Lots of the guests were only doing a half day tour and were all really sad to be leaving after lunch, I would recommend that you extend your stay and completely unwind from travelling for a couple of days....it will be worth it.

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