We had the nice experience to walk close to the adventurer kid while he rode a horse on a path nearby Road #413, Rincón.
The kid met Alberto, a beautiful brown and white 15-year-old pinto horse. Even though the horseback riding would be fully guided similar to a pony ride, Pintos “R” Us’ tour guide, Lyza Ortiz (a/k/a Gigi) gladly explained how to turn and stop the horse while riding. For more information about this topic, please read the “tips” subsection.
Right before the adventure began, we perceived the rapport established between Gigi, the adventurer kid and the horse. As the pinto horse captivated the kid, he immersed in the horseback riding and fully enjoyed it.
Calmness predominated during the whole experience. We were so happy to watch the kid’s joy as he rode the serene horse on a path fully surrounded by nature, such as Espino rubial trees, bamboo trees, palm trees, and mango trees. The silence and natural decor contributed to a peaceful ambience of the discovered site.
For those who plan to visit Rincón and want their kids to engage in an outdoor recreation other than a water sport, we recommend the Pintos “R” Us’ 20-minute horseback riding targeted for kids between the ages of 2 and 8. This activity results in a relaxing diversion for both the parents and kids. You may contact Pintos “R” Us at 787-516-7090.