Monday to Saturday.
Ride Times: 9am and 3pm.
Whether you are a first time visitor or resident of the Cayman Islands, Coral Stone Stables invite you to enjoy an unforgettable experience of horseback riding along the quiet shores of Barkers National Park, West Bay, Grand Cayman.
They also offer water rides through the warm, crystal clear waters, guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime.
Coral Stone Stables offers beach rides for the novice to the experienced rider, with the choice of walking along the shoreline or a daring adventurous ride bareback through the beautiful, warm waters of the Caribbean Sea – a huge favourite!
Their gentle, well trained horses and friendly tour guides will ensure that you enjoy every moment of your amazing ride. Contact them and you can be sure that they will make your horseback riding experience a memorable one.
Highly recommend! I have ridden in the Caribbean before but never close to the positive experience with Coral Stone Stables. A perfect 10! The horses are healthy, well trained, and clean. The service: courteous and friendly, with on-time pick up, took time to train riders, perfectly coordinated with two guides on a relaxing ride to the beach with beautiful views. Princeton, the dog, was an added bonus!! Walks with the crew, makes sure everyone is ok, cools off in the water and rolls in the sand.Posted by (Debbie) from South Plainfield, United States
Disappointed- Using GPS which marked a different location, we almost went past the faded sign on the street. Arriving at the stable, you feel like you're at a commercial truck parking lot. The horses were saddled and ready for us. They appeared well cared for and when riding, well trained. Money was not collected until arrival at 3:40 for the 4:00 ride. Our group of 6 had 2 guides. The one male said nothing unless asked. The other, a female, did no more than assure us of our safety. The owner, Roland, only spoken to on the phone, was very knowledgeable and informative. He suggested I call again the morning of the ride to assure it would be a good day regarding weather so we may do both the beach and swim ride. The day of the ride included a demonstration for non-experienced riders of which we had one. We were then given our horses and we mounted on steps provided both at the stable and at the beachfront site for when saddles are removed for the water swim. There's about a 20 minute street ride to get into Barker's National Park where we rode along the shore for another 20 or so minutes. We stopped to have pictures taken of us on our horses in the water, then on shore, remove saddles for the swim ride- but were told the water was rough. 3 of us, including me, chose to take our much anticipated swim ride. The horses entered the water easily, but would not go deep enough to swim. The male guide stated that the horses were frightened of the current and the few kite surfers nearby. Sadly, what I was most looking forward to never occurred in spite of my checking earlier in the day with the owner. I realize weather changes, but none of us we were offered a refund for the portion of the ride which includes SWIMMING with the horses.Posted by (Beth) from Auburn, United States