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On our Outer Banks wild horse tours, ride into our “Outback” area past the road’s end, traversing several refuge areas and sanctuary sites like the Wild Horse Estates Conservation easement. Along the way we often see a variety of shore birds and other wildlife and of course our Colonial Spanish Mustangs! Learn the history and local lore discovering what makes this wild part of the Outer Banks unlike any other place on earth, interpreted by Corolla’s most experienced guide service.
Over 50 years since we started, today’s “Outback” tour travels the same off-road area beyond Corolla that my parents used. We accommodate group tours for schools, club outings and wedding parties. We also arrange transportation to and from the 4-wheel drive area for special events.
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$50 for adults
$25 for children (12 years and under)
Over 50 years since we started, today’s “Outback” tour travels the same off-road area beyond Corolla that my parents used..
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Over the years Corolla Outback Adventures has preserved a family history and tradition that was started in 1962 by my mother and father. Bender’s Beach Service guided fishing, hunting and sightseeing parties, sharing with them the beauty of the area we call home.
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“Had a great time with our guide, Chris. He was very informative, not only about the history of the horses, but about the community at large, the beach, real estate, residents, and a bunch more! We highly recommend using this particular vendor, and Chris, just one of the guides I assume, is loaded with personality! Definitely a highlight of our trip to the OBX.”
-Pamela B., TripAdvisor
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Our four “Safari” style off road vehicles hold 12-15 passengers, one 4×4 15 passenger van, and we also have the ability to escort and/or drive box trucks and trailers over sand. We can accommodate all your northern beaches transportation service needs.
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On your Corolla wild horse tour, keep in mind that there are federal laws that protect the herd and their sanctuary. These tips will also help ensure the safety of you, your family, and those around you. Please be respectful of the horses and their territory. .