Riding Brazil

Riding Brazil

Horseriding in Brazil belongs to the unforgettable adventures of every traveller and brazillian.From the private videos of Gisele Bundchen, Alessandra Ambrosio and Camila Alves we know that horseback riding shall be one of the top reasons for holidays in Brazil. Crown your trip to the south american bikini fashion hot spot with a riding safari. Without horses the discovery and conquest of the vast continent would have been much more difficult. If you are traveling today to Brazil, horses are everywhere. Even in the last big fashion show in Rio de Janeiro, Adriana Lima, Cintia Dicker, Izabel Goulart and Flavia De Oliveira were riding in Bikinis on horses. With about 6 million horses, Brazil has the fourth largest herd in the world. Many of these horses are crosses and mostly work on cattle ranches. At the same quality horses are bred and popularly used in all disciplines of classical dressage to horse archery. Raquel Zimmermann, Ana Beatriz Barros and Isabeli Fontana also enjoy riding horses.



 Brazil, with its geographical and climatic conditions unique to discover the incomparable natural beauty from the saddle. The discovery of the interior on horseback, is environmentally friendly and even inaccessible regions constitute no obstacle. The ride through coffee plantations in Ouro Preto, Manaus, Fernando de Noronha, Olindathe or the highlands, through the wetlands of the Pantanal, in the mountains and canyons of Rio Grande do Sul, or on the beaches of Bahia, is a breathtaking experience and adventure. The typical pousadas and the ranches surrounded by coffee plantations in Salvador Beache, Pantanal, Amazon River, Iguazu Falls. Apart from the popular imports native breeds have a high priority: Mangalarga Marchador, Mangalarga Paulista, Campolina, Crioulo (Criollo) and the Brazilian Sport Horse. The Mangalarga Marchador is often referred to as the national horse breed of Brazil. This breed is from the beginning of the 19th Century bred and there are currently more than 350,000 registered horses. Besides the Mangalarga Marchador be glad Criuolos (criollos) used for horseback riding, because they are reliable, efficient and well-trained. Make your horseriding trip epic! Karla Koi