I just learned that Airbnb isn’t just for vacation home rentals. Airbnb also offers what they call ‘authentic experiences’. These experiences come in all types of categories including food, adventure, leisure, and exercise.

Would You Try This Awesome Horse Yoga Experience Just North of Twin Falls?

Among all the Idaho-based experiences is the somewhat misleading Horse Nature Yoga Class. It’s a bit misleading since it is based out of Whitefish, Montana not Idaho and it doesn’t look like you do yoga with the horses. The horses are more part of the scenery to make the experience fun and memorable and you can interact with the horses after the yoga class. The experience is 5-star rated with dozens of extremely positive reviews and stories of the experience.

Is Horse Yoga Like Goat Yoga

In my head, horse yoga was going to be like goat yoga where the animals are part of the yoga class. But goats climbing on your back while you do a downward dog sounds a lot safer than a horse doing the same thing. But safety isn’t always important with yoga, after all, beer yoga is an activity that sounds dangerous but possibly hilarious to watch.

Photo Credit Katie Rose on Airbnb
Photo Credit Katie Rose on Airbnb

With the Airbnb experience, you get an hour-long yoga class with beautiful views of nature and then the fun of safely interacting with the horses. The yoga experience starts at $40 per person on regular days and $105 on Sundays as it also includes a special lunch and social circle with the horses.

Where To Ride a Horse in Idaho

You don't have to drive far around the Treasure Valley or the gem state before you see a horse or two or ten. So where can you actually go on a horseback ride and even go on riding tours in the gem state? There are many breathtaking options and horse riding experiences waiting for you. Here are places in the gem state where individuals, families, friends and even kids can experience the thrill and joy of riding a horse, something you must try at least once. This list was inspired by Trip AdvisorYelp, and google reviews.

Pictures Capture The Love Between Wyoming Ranchers And Their Horses

These pictures were taken by professional photographer Chris Dickinson at the 88 Ranch located outside of Douglas, and they perfectly show the love between ranchers and the animals they raise and work with 365 days a year.

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