Dor Ranch - Horseback riding in Israel
Dor Ranch - Tantura Beach

Dor Ranch - Tantura Beach


Dor Ranch  specializes in raising, training and riding horses. Situated in one of Israel's most spectacular shoreline, the Dor-Tantura beach combines natural beauty of hidden bays, nearby islands and running streams, with ultimate "horseback riding freedom". 

 

         Contact Dor Ranch                                     Kibbutz Dor, Med. Coast

    +972 54 354 4325 
                                                               

  












At Dor Ranch, individuals, couples, families and groups will find a rich array of horseback riding-related activities, hand-tailored to their levels and interests. Along the Dor - Tantura Beach, riders of all levels can set out for trips ranging from one hour to a full day. Views of rock formations, sand dunes, fish ponds and marine birdlife – as well as a good time – are guaranteed.

We offer
Horseback riding trips of different lengths for riders of all levels
No previous experience is required
Rides are accompanied by experienced guides. 

Riding options
One-hour rides  |  Two hour rides
Half-day rides – include trail riding in the Carmel hills; min. 10 riders
Full-day rides – include trail riding in the Carmel hills; min. 10 riders

Special Events
Whether you are seeking to hold a fun day for your company, a bachelor(ette) party, birthday celebration or other special event, the ranch's experienced staff can customize a program for you. From a wakeup ride to the rising sun to a romantic sunset trek – and beyond, to a journey by the full moon – we can organize it for you. These trips are limited only by your imagination, and can incorporate meals, campfires, workshops and lectures, as well as jeep travel and hiking.

Romantic Riding
Indulge yourself and your partner with a romantic ride. Set off along the beach with your private guide on a journey that will include wine and a gourmet meal. Professional massages and accommodations are available.

 

 

 

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