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Ranch Jack

Sports activities, Horse-riding, Horseback riding in Les Trois-Îlets
  • Ranch Jack... walk, trot, gallop. In a natural setting, Marlène, Laurence and Jack, instructors and professional equestrian tourism guides, offer initiations, rides and horse treks in the countryside, on the beaches or on the hills.

  • Accessible to beginners or advanced. The walks are by reservation and last between 1h30/2h or half day. The rides are open to beginners and experienced riders, from 7 years old (or less if rider). The horses are assigned to you according to your level and your sensitivity.

    For those who have never been riding or are afraid, calm and adapted horses are assigned to them as well as special attention from professional qualified guides. The hikes are a moment of discovery, emotion and return to...
    Accessible to beginners or advanced. The walks are by reservation and last between 1h30/2h or half day. The rides are open to beginners and experienced riders, from 7 years old (or less if rider). The horses are assigned to you according to your level and your sensitivity.

    For those who have never been riding or are afraid, calm and adapted horses are assigned to them as well as special attention from professional qualified guides. The hikes are a moment of discovery, emotion and return to the sources in a relaxed, family and secure atmosphere.

    The tropical initiation (1h30/2h): Go through savannahs and hills, discover the interior of the land.

    The tropical discovery (1/2 day): Through the savannahs, the hills, the forest and the beach, you discover the tropical botanical richness in full nature of the island, magnificent panoramic points of view.

    The ride of the hills (1 day)

    Tropical hiking (several days)

    Training courses are given during school holidays.

    A family story:
    First horse riding centre in Martinique, the RANCH JACK was created in 1974 by Jack, a Jura man who fell under the spell of "Flower Island" and his wife Marlène.
    Its purpose is to:
    Promote green tourism through the horse. Discover the botanical, panoramic and traditional heritage of Martinique. Train outdoor and classical riders of all levels in different disciplines with passing different federal exams (gallops, ATE,...). Actively participate in the protection and defence of the environment and its enhancement. In 2006, Corinne, the eldest daughter, created a second equestrian centre of the same name in Jura, France.
  • Spoken languages
    • English
    • French Creole
    • French
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  • Cheque
  • Holiday cheques
  • Cash
Openings
Openings
  • From January 1, 2024 until December 31, 2024
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