All the safari horses at this destination have excellent stamina, they are all kind-natured and very bush wise, sure footed, experienced safari horses. There is an excellent selection with 70 horses being available. All the horses are responsive and fit, great care is taken to match horses and riders and riders are welcome to swap horses throughout the week.
You’ll be staying in light mobile safari tented camps. The camp includes a mess tent for meals and spacious sleeping tents with camp beds, mattresses, sheets & blankets.
All meals are freshly prepared and you will enjoy English breakfasts, light lunches and 3-course dinners. You’ll often have picnics and eat in the open air if the weather is good. Bread is baked daily on open fires and your chefs are extremely good. House wines, beers and spirits are included.
On safari your accommodation is in large walk-in tents with twin beds. The beds have mattresses and are made up with good quality bed linen and duvets. There is an ensuite short drop toilet for each tent and a hot shower. Each tent has a verandah section with chairs for you to enjoy the view in quiet. Meals are served at the table laid with table cloths and on china.
Meals can be served under the stars, in the shade of huge acacia trees or in a communal tent if the weather requires. Meals are all freshly prepared on site each day. The food on this particular safari is of an above average standard. Drinks are included, from aperitifs to wine with the meals and a good selection is available. Head to saddletravel.com to see if any spaces remain!