Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Horseback Safaris

Unrivalled Maasai Mara Horseback Safaris

Imagine riding a horse as impalas leap and gazelles graze around you. Africa’s famed savannahs ripple in the wind. Giraffes bow their long necks towards the acacia leaves. Elephants raise their heads and watch impassive as you pass.

A horse safari is like no other experience. The thrill of being at one with nature never fades. You move freely amongst the animals as if you’re one of them. High on a horse, you ride through a herd of eland or spot a lonely topi atop a termite mound. You feel the sun-warmed breeze on your face, see the grasses rippling beneath you, and hear birdsong trilling in the trees. Read More

Meet the Horses

Our horses are thoroughbreds and thoroughbred-crossbreeds. They’re fully integrated to their environment and familiar with being amongst big game. Each horse has been carefully schooled, is exercised daily, and lives in specially designed, naturally cooled stables.

Thoroughbreds are trained for the racetrack but prove themselves as versatile horses. Elegant, slender and lean horses, they require balance and experience from their riders. Hotblooded and surefooted, their reactions can be dramatic.

Crossbreeds are bred to get the best out of the temperaments of both breeds. Our crossbreeds are Zaki, Samara and Waka: Zaki is Clydesdale thoroughbred, Samara is a Shire thoroughbred and Waka is a Warmblood thoroughbred.

A typical day + Activities

Our timetable is completely flexible and we design each day according to the wishes of our guests. Rides last for between one and four hours, and cover a distance that suits your ability. You can ride at dawn and return to camp for a late breakfast. You can stay out all morning with a picnic breakfast in the wild and return for lunch. You can take a picnic lunch and stay out all day. Or you can go for a short evening ride, stopping perhaps for a sundowner as the sky blushes pink and the sun slips over the horizon. Read More