Utegangar Riding Centre Seychelles – Equestrian Adventure-land

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Barbarons is an exotic holiday destination that is popular among many travelers across the globe. Towards the west coast of the mainland Mahe in Barbarons is the one and only horse riding centre of the island known as the Utegangar Riding Centre. If you are an avid equestrian and have a passion for the gentle four-legged beauties, this is definitely a place to visit while travelling here. Riding in the area in itself is an experience with the surrounding morphing from forests to mangroves to beautiful stretches of pure powdery sands along the beaches of Barbarons and Grand Anse. There are also many beach resorts in Seychelles which are located in the area which means that it is not much of a hassle if you wish to spend the night close to these beautiful surroundings. The riding centre hosts preferably experienced single riders or even couples which means that there is ample chance to enjoy some relaxed riding. The single rider could inevitably experience the tranquility and complete stunning beauty of the surrounding nature while riding on horseback with the gentle sea breeze blowing in. If you happen to be putting up somewhere in the vicinity of the riding centre just ask your accommodation service provider for further details as many accommodation providers in the area such as AVANI Seychelles Barbarons Resort & Spa among others could arrange a tour for you.

The introduction of horse riding in Seychelles in terms of a tourist attraction is extremely favourable and has become very popular with the adventure seeking guests that often frequent the area. Even if you have no prior knowledge of riding you do have the chance to enjoy a small ride along the beaches, with some accompaniment of course. Be sure to take lots of pictures to carry back home with you to create everlasting memories on horseback.

Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world.

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