Private Sunset Dinner Horseback Ride – Oahu, Hawaii
$179 per person
This is the ultimate Paniolo (Hawaiian Cowboy) experience you will never forget.
Start out in the cooler portion of the day and take in the Hawaiian sunset skies while on horseback. You and your horse will wind through mountain trails with sneak peaks of the ocean below. The highlight spot is our scenic lookout which provides a majestic view of the Windward side of Oahu. This is a great picture-taking spot, so bring your camera.
Dinner will be warm and be waiting for you at the campfire. Feast on locally-catered farm-fresh meal from Pounders. Each customer may select their choice of protein:
- Boneless Short Rib w/ Kalbi Sauce – A braised short rib, barbecued for a light searing glazed in our cast iron pan with our Kalbi sauce.
- Pan-seared Chicken – Our Jidori-style, raised organic, free-range chicken is pan seared then baked with our own mirin-ginger beurre blanc.
- Island Style Mac-Nut Mahimahi – Mahimahi crusted with basil and macadamia nuts then baked until crispy. Served with our papaya salsa.
All meals served with salad, Ulu mash and with a Hawaiian Sun fruit drink and bottled water. Roast marshmallows over the campfire and enjoy the evening in a more relaxed setting. After dinner, your Wrangler will help get you mounted back on your horse and guide you back home. You will be riding back under the light of dusk.
The Sunset Dinner Experience is a 2.5 hour guided tour is a walking-only ride, no trotting or cantering will be allowed. A great ride for the whole family, suitable for all skill levels ages 7 and up. No pregnant riders will be allowed. Our weight limit for any rider is 240 lbs.
Ride Time – 4:30 pm
(Last ride time is seasonal and may vary by 30 min. Please check when booking)
Please check in 30-minute before your ride time. There will be a 15-minute safety briefing prior to the ride. Our goal is to leave on time so we provide you the full experience. Please plan ahead so you are not late.
Gunstock Ranch is located 2 miles North of the Polynesian Cultural Center, between the towns of Laie and Kahuku, Oahu. We are a 10-minute drive from Turtle Bay Resort.
We recommend that you wear long pants and covered shoes for this ride. Cowboy boots are not required. Wear sunscreen and bring a bottle of water. Small cameras are welcome. For chilly days, it is a good idea to bring a light sweater or jacket. Backpacks, bags, and bulky camera equipment will not be allowed on the horse for the ride. We do have a small pack on the saddle that can fit a water bottle or small camera.