Riding Safari Blog Roundup
I have reprised my best riding safari blogs. Firstly starting with two riding blogs for non-riders and families, as there are many suitable camps that cater for mixed ability groups and family members that would like to do other activities other than riding. These tend to be fixed base lodges, that either go out for early morning rides or late afternoon rides.
If you are an experienced rider and wish to try a challenging ride in one of the most beautiful African landscapes then have a look at these riding safaris to tempt you.
So you have booked your riding safari. Great! Here is a list of essentials needed for an overnight riding safari in Africa.
Meet the 16 best safari horses in Southern and Eastern Africa; from the brave, ‘rock’ Tsingtao who boxes at a charging elephant, to quirky camel jumping Fidelio, to internationally travelled racing star Bon Jovi, to Olympic eventers’ choice San, and the caring Rafiji who sensed her rider’s epileptic fit. Tales of a safari horses, told first hand, by their expert riding safari guides….
Let us know in the comments of you’ve read this far and not found the answer on riding safaris you were looking for, or this blog has prompted a question. We travel widely in Africa and have years of experience sometimes stored only in the far reaches of our heads. If we don’t know, we will know who to ask. We can let you know the answer and update the article.
If these safari riding articles have inspired you to visit Africa do give us a call or email us. Our African experts can take your ideas and help plan a holiday to make the most of all that Africa has to offer.