Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Horseback Rides with Regino

At a Glance

Horseback rides through Ajijic or on mountainside trails with a town legend.

More Info

Regino Flores, a well-known personality around Ajijic, offers several tours on horseback of Ajijic, the lakefront, and the mountains north of town.

Tours are offered on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and are designed for people without any previous riding experience.

The Ajijic tour, for $250 pesos per person, takes you through the town’s neighborhoods. Meet some of the locals and visit some of the places that make Ajijic magical, including the malecón (boardwalk) along the lake.

Enjoy the lakefront from Ajijic to San Antonio for $350 pesos per person and learn about some of the lake’s history, myths and stories. You’ll visit neighboring San Antonio Tlayacapan, including their plaza and church.

Experience amazing views of Lake Chapala on the Ajijic mountain tour for $500 pesos per person. This tour ends with a tequila tasting with Miriam at El Infierno bar.

Regino, who spent some years living in California, has taught about horsemanship and offered tours for 30 years, so he’ll be able to and answer all your questions in English. He also appeared in a couple Mexican films a couple decades ago.

Address

Visit El Infierno bar at Hidalgo #17 in Ajijic to speak with Regino’s son, Alex, or his daughter-in-law, Miriam.

Phone

331-026-4395

Photos of Horseback Rides with Regino

Horseback Riding in Ajijic with Regino
Regino sings a song during the Regata de Globos in Ajijic.

Regino sings a song during the Regata de Globos in Ajijic.

Regino with a wood rifle on New Year's Day.

Regino with a wood rifle on New Year's Day.

Horseback Riding in Ajijic with Regino

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Ismael's Molcajete

Ismael’s Molcajete

Ismael Sánchez displays his well-worn molcajete in the kitchen of his Ajijic home.

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Purchase This Fine Art Print
On Independence Day in Ajijic, Regino rides with a little friend who wanted to change his name to Regino, Jr.

On Independence Day in Ajijic, Regino rides with a little friend who wanted to change his name to Regino, Jr.

Regino rides his horse in the Ajijic bullring during the town's Carnival celebrations.

Regino rides his horse in the Ajijic bullring during the town's Carnival celebrations.