Aloha, E Komo Mai.

 

Come along with us as we explore the historic ‘Ōhikilolo Valley on our horseback adventure Paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) style. Whether you’re an experienced equestrian or first time rider, you’ll enjoy the pristine scenery of beautiful ‘Ōhikilolo Valley and see the breathtaking views of Wai’anae from Ka’ena Point to Makaha Beach. ‘Ōhikilolo’s horseback adventure allows guests to enjoy this scenic tour of the westside of O’ahu and learn about Hawaiian history and check out the World War II bunkers, soldiers’ camp, remains of fighter planes and more. We offer a variety of daily tours with both Mauka (mountain) and Makai (ocean) views. For us, ecotourism is about bringing together adventure, fun, conservation, communities, and sustainable travel.

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 Horseback Riding Oahu

The window to the soul

Despite their stoic nature, horses are deeply soulful animals, and once you’ve spent some time with them, you know how much can be seen in their extraordinarily beautiful eyes. There is something almost spiritually soothing about being very close to a horse. Riding one for the first time is an equally powerful experience. The feelings of being thrown off balance and stripped of confidence will be graciously returned to you along with an empowered feeling of freedom. It’s difficult to describe in words, it’s something you have to experience for yourself.

 


We love our horses

We would like to share this passion with you. For us this isn’t a job, our animals are our Ohana. When spending time with horses — from brushing their manes to guiding them along coastal trails — you naturally sense a connectivity and closeness to them that, turns out, is rooted in science as well as our intuition.

“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” – Winston Churchill

Horseback Riding Oahu


PROFESSIONAL & FRIENDLY STAFF
Our staff is comprised of individuals who love what they do. Riding is our passion and we want to share it with the world!

 

HISTORY & CULTURE
Tour the sacred grounds of Ohikilolo Valley and visit where ancient Hawaiians once had a flourishing community. Click here to learn more about the history of this amazing valley.

 

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