Entre Orejas organizes horseback riding holidays and equestrian expeditions in Latin America.
Paul rode horses in 53 different countries and is perhaps one of the most experienced trail riders in the world. Loving the great horse culture and hospitality in Latin America, Paul decided to move to Brazil in 2010. After years of experience in organizing and guiding equestrian holidays and riding expeditions around the world, he now only concentrates on trail rides and equestrian tourism in Latin America. He is guiding all the riding trips himself and assures you participating at the best horse treks in Latin America. He speaks six languages.
Doing it the gaucho way, riding the gaucho way, that’s how Roberio is doing it and that how he is riding. Roberio is a born and bred Brazilian gaucho (cowboy). He loves the great outdoors and his hunger to explore every inch of Coxilha Rica on horseback is insatiable. Some say horse blood is running through his veins, as his life is all about, and only for horses. Roberio has been organizing local cavalgadas (riding tours) for years and knows the region like no other. He is a great rider, goes merrily through life and is a natural helper. A good guide who loves providing service.
Jacira is genuine horse rider born and raised in Northeast Brazil. She’s been in the saddle from an early age. Horses and traveling have been her passion for many years. In addition to many trips in Brazil, Jacira has also traveled abroad several times. This experience made her the ideal local equestrian guide. She is very committed to local culture and likes to share it with those who visit her.
From childhood, Ernesto has been hooked on horses and to the outdoors. He has his own riding school where he infects hundreds of children and adults with the virus horseriding. His colonial hacienda is the ideal starting point for a trail ride. He is fascinated by the equestrian culture of his country and Latin America in general and is also co-founder and representative of ALATCE (Latin American Association of Equestrian Tourism and Culture) in Colombia. Ernesto is the kindness in a person, a gentleman and a born leader. Receiving riders and soulmates in his country is what he loves most.
Bernardo is originally from Bogota. A few years ago he chucked his career as a lawyer and returned to his first love; horses. Horses and everything around the Colombian equine culture is his passion. He is a man that loves the pure and simple things in life. Coming from a family of a great equestrian tradition, he is the ideal riding guide on Colombian trail rides. From day one, you will notice that Bernardo is a waterfall of words (no surprise he once was a lawyer), talks to everybody, has fun all the time, and is at his best when in the saddle. He will welcome you with open arms.
Sebastian is first and foremost a Gaucho in blood and bones! Born and raised on Estancia Mercedes, his great love is life on the farm and in the wilderness. He has a university degree in agricultural engineering. Is fascinated by the history and culture of Patagonia, but his greatest passion is Bagualear. Bagualear is catching wild bulls in the wilderness, roping the animals on horseback with a helping team of dogs. Together with his wife Grissel and sister Angeles, they have also focused on organic growing and started the Social Innovation project called "Plaza Comestible".
Daniel, the big and friendly boss of the farm Fazenda Chapada, shoots and drinks faster than his own shadow; loves to receive guests, ride, hug, and party. Daniel is always around somewhere to give a helping hand. He is proud of his Gaucho culture, loves the great outdoors; his hunger to explore every inch of Coxilha Rica on horseback is insatiable. Nothing makes him happier if he can barbeque meat from his own livestock and serve it to the guests. He goes merrily through life, is a natural helper, and loves providing service; and nobody does that with greater conviction than him!
Daniel is a third-generation Pantaneiro cowboy. Together with his wife, Poliana, and their two children, they live at one of the most remote and at the same time the most beautiful place on earth. At their cattle farm, deep in the tropical Pantanal of Mato Grosso do Sul, they also run a charming wilderness guesthouse. Daniel loves to receive guests and show them all the secrets of his paradise. Jaguars, anteaters, Tapirs, anacondas, crocodiles, and many more big and small animals are living on his farm.
Charming Dona Rita is the owner of a huge cattle farm on the banks of the Vazantedo Castelo. She and her family are the third generations on the farm in the middle of the biggest wetlands in the world. Dona Rita loves to be involved in the rides; organizing tours, the wilderness camp, and the cooking. Rita and her husband, Doio, love to have a chat with all guests during dinner be prepared to hear amazing wilderness stories!