Agua de Cadenas and Wild Horses
With a bit of luck, we can spot some wild horses on this 6 hour trail!
Agua de Cadenas is a very small village, with only a few habitants, located in the middle of wilderness. It is a common rest place for pilgrims who walk three days to Chalma. On this 6 hour trail, with a bit of luck, you’ll have the opportunity to spot a herd of wild horses. Usually they are very eager to get close and follow our groups. This ride starts from “Las Cruces” where the horses will be waiting for us at 9 am. The ride to a small town called Agua de Cadenas takes around 3 hours; you can grab a cold beverage and take a break before the three hour way back to the meeting point.