Horseback Riding On Big Island Of Hawaii
Ride Like a Paniolo (Hawaiian Cowboy) On The Ranges of Hawaii
Best Big Island Horseback Riding Tour
The best way to see the Big Island? On horseback! The island is known for its paniolo, or cowboy, culture. Instead of walking the massive stretches of land, relax into the saddle in true Big Island-style. While riding through the lush foliage of a tropical jungle, you’ll pass ruins of an ancient Hawaiian community, or you can ride along the stream to a nearby waterfall. With thousands of scenic acres to explore, it’s no wonder the Big Island is the perfect place for a horseback riding adventure.
There is a horseback tour for every level of rider, with most including both trotting and cantering experiences perfect for beginning or intermediate riders. For the inexperienced rider, we recommend our scenic trail ride through Waipio Valley, our Paniolo (cowboy) ride, or the Picnic Ride with—you guessed it—a deli-style picnic lunch. More advanced or experienced riders can sign up for our Wrangle Open Range Horseback ride, the longest tour (at four hours) with the most leeway in terms of riding. Please note that all of our tours include complimentary boots, light jackets, chaps, helmets, and sunscreen for your convenience.