Horseback Riding

The route consists of riding by the river. All participants must descend from their horses to undertake a walk towards the mountain and towards the waterfall. We will cross hanging bridges and climb steps to reach the waterfall. Upon reaching the waterfall will be enough time to cool down in the water of the river. Once reached the waterfall we head for a sloping hill afterwards we go down and in this section is where you have to jog a little.
Upon arrival at the ranch there will be a delicious meal, you can enjoy delicious fajitas or chicken with a rich guacamole and Mexican sauce prepared by yourself, handmade tortillas beans and rice. This is the ride you will never forget.

Fun, Nature, Adventure

Rancho Capomo Horseback Riding

Runs: From Monday to Sunday at 9:00AM to 3:00PM (At 3:00PM, you’ll leave the ranch for your hotel).

Our Advice: This is a beautiful ranch in the middle of the jungle.  Fresh, wonderful waterfalls, lush jungle, and mountain streams – what more could you ask for?

Cruise Passengers:  In most cases we can work with your cruise schedule so you can do this tour.

Restrinctions:  For safety reasons expecting mothers, people with back or neck, heart, balance or/and dizziness conditions restricted. Max. Weight: 250 lbs (120Kg). Cameras not allowed, for safety

Notes: As with everywhere in Puerto Vallarta, the amount of water in the waterfalls and pools will vary with the season – less in dry season, more in rainy season.  Tour route is subject to change based on conditions.

  • For Children in horse of 1mt. to 1.30mts pay half ticket.
  • Companions will have a cost of $30 USD

Pick-up Points

South of Puerto Vallarta

Pick up Time: 8:30 am

Location: OXXO / Subway Conchas Chinas

Central Puerto Vallarta (Marina Vallarta)

Pick-up Time: 8:50 am

Pick-up Point: Collage Club – Marina Vallarta

North Puerto Vallarta (Nuevo Vallarta)

Pick-up time: 8:45 am

Pick-up point: Hotel Splash inn

Our tours are open to everyone – no matter what country you’re from, hotel guests, cruise ship passengers, residents, everyone! All prices are in U.S. Dollars and include all taxes.

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We visited Rancho Capomo in August while we visited Nuevo Vallarta. We met Sergio at a designated spot than we drove to Rancho Capomo for about 45 Minutes. Once we got there we were fitted with a helmet and matched up with a horse. All the horses seem to be well taken care of and seem docile. We rode the horses to the waterfall which was very refreshing. To get to waterfall you leave the horses by the river than go up a trail than back down. It’s a little steep and it is a work out so if you are out of shape or have a hard time with stairs it can be difficult. After we got back we enjoyed the most delicious home made lunch with homemade tortillas. It was so much fun my two teenagers enjoyed themselves and had never ridden a horse before. I highly recommend Rancho Capomo for a fun horse back riding experience. They also have Atv and zip lining packets available.

Austin, Texas

"Mr. Clean" and the voyage with "Big Foot" 🙂

So we got picked up by Mr Clean (our guide) @ the Splash Inn. I was immediately given the name “Big Foot” because, well… I’m 6’5″ and pretty darn big! Lol.

The trip started off with a fun drive- yes, our guide made driving streets, into the mountains on winding roads fun!!! We saw mexican eagles, “pumas” and more;)

Then we got to the ranch in Las Palmas and chaned into pants and were given lockers to store the gear we didn’t want to take on our horse back ride to the warer fall.

We were intoduced to our horses and taken into the jungle on a ride you cant get anywhere else. Thru rivers, trails, sand, jungle etc. Then a short hike tgru the jungle to a waterfall. My wife and I jumped right in and enjoyed the cool water big time!

We ride back to the ranch and then enjoyed some tequila, cervesa, we made Pico de gallo, made tortillas, had a fantastic asada and pollo lunch, and some more cervesa!;)

No rush, lots of fun, jokes, beauty, pics, wonderful food, very nice guides, and an experience only available in the Jalisco Jungle!!!

We got dropped back off near Nuevo Vallarta ready for a nap and extremely happy:)

Muchas Gracias Mr Clean!!!.

Nick M
Las Vegas, Nevada

Sergio Norigu is an unbelievable guide, and it makes this fantastic tour even better!!

My wife and I went with her parents and it was our favorite tour we have been on. Sergio does a great job of really explaining the culture and the town as well as having a great sense of humor. It was about 45 mins from Riu Palace, but was a great scenic drive into the mountains. Once at the ranch, the staff could not have been more friendly. They go out of there way to make sure you have an unforgettable time. The views at the ranch are incredible, and the horseback riding is unreal. The scenery really can’t even be put into words- it is like something out of a movie- truly beautiful! After the ride, we came back to a great authentic Mexican lunch. I can’t say enough good things about this tour, and all the fabulous staff. Sergio is a terrific guy, and we will be calling him next time we come to visit- thank you so much for our best excursion yet!

Matthew R

Horseback/Waterfall FUN!!!

Fun horseback ride into the jungle that leads you to a rickety old bridge that you have to have to hike to get to magnificent waterfalls. You can swim under the falls, then another 1 1/2 horseback ride back down where they show you how to make your own salsa at at work station followed ,by an amazing home made mexican meal of tortillas, rice, beans, chicken, pork and steak burritos , free flowing beer or margaritas. Great experience!

What’s Included

  • Transportation
  • Swimming at a waterfall
  • Lunch
  • Open bar
  • Horseback Riding
  • Mexican Cooking Class (Mexican Salsa and Hand Made Tortillas.)

What you should Bring

  • Bugs Spray
  • Suncreen – Not to forget
  • Running Shoes
  • Dry clothes in a backpack
  • Bathing Suit / Towel

Do You Have Questions?

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