Few people know about the existence of this incredible breed of horse, the Lavradeiro , which lives in the province of Roraima , in the north of Brazil, near the border with Venezuela. This equine, descendant of the Andalusian and the Gerrano, was brought by the Portuguese during the colonial period and is part of the last wild horse population in the world, in danger of extinction . Discover now all our travels, tours, holidays and horse trekking in Brazil. Over the centuries, natural selection has given this horse physical and morphological characteristics, which have allowed it to survive in the wild in this inaccessible and isolated region. In fact, they are horses able to travel enormous distances during the dry season in search of water, as well as to remain immersed in it up to the knee for months during the rains.
Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
from € 1790 - Voli esclusi
Vi presentiamo il Lavadreiro, una razza di cavalli selvaggi, ancora oggi poco conosciuta, che vive nella provincia di Roraima, nel nord del Brasile.