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My kids and their cousins loved it. They enjoyed indeed and asked for another ride. The staff speaks dialect that I am fluent with, so it was easy getting along with them. My husband came from that place but he didn't know it exist. I...More
I didn't visit the shops so I can't comment on that aspect. I only saw it as sitting in taxi going to West Kamikaze airfield site. I can say what I saw there on outside. It looked like an Old West town setup in Philippines,...More
A good basic experience for the first time horse rider in gaining a sensitivity for proximity to a horse. However, needed for someone to explain the rudimentary of horsemanship and the working relationship between horse and rider. Staff and owner (Nina) very courteous and business...More
The purpose of our visit at El Kabayo is to have lunch at Amante. Once inside you’ll have a barn yard feel. Food is great. It is served buffet style. There is this corner where blue marlin, spare ribs and beef is carved fresh from...More
My first time on horse back riding. It was a bit scary at the beginning as I didn't expect to be that high on a horse back. Maybe I should've started with a pony lol.
It took a while to get used to the horse,...More
We got a 15minute ride for our four year old. Payment was 250 pesos. Unlike other horseback riding we've tried in the Philippines, the riding area in El Kabayo was well maintained. The park path was perfect with fresh air from the trees. I want...More
Visiting this place reminds me of my childhood. It is just so perfect if you want to ride horses again or just simply watch Equestrienne. Visit the Amante Ribs & Steaks Restaurant beside it for great lunch or dinner and your day would already be...More