“To live is to experience things, not sit around pondering the meaning of life”
We are about everything wild, endless skies, campfires & sleeping under the stars.
Here are 10 reasons why you should get on the horse with us:
1. Become a “treehugger”
No diesel fumes or loud engine noise. Move silently through the bush, getting glimpses of everything wild.
2. Become a wildlife warrior
Help us protect everything wild, small and big on fence & snare patrols.
3. Get a taste of freedom
4. Partner horse
Spend an unforgettable time on your horse’s back
5. Feel alive
While you feel the warm wind on your face
6. Collect memories
Of starlit skies, hyena calls & lion roars, of the world between a horse’s ears
An adventure of a lifetime with every sunrise & sunset
With the wildlife that sees you as one of their own
In Swahili the word “Safari” means “Journey”
Join us on a journey under blue skies and bright stars on horseback.
Sit with us around the campfire.
Listen with us to the song of the bushveld.
Learn with us.
Be part of the wild.
What will your adventure look like?
- Assist in daily care of horses,
- taking care of equipment,
- doing ground work with the horses,
- riding, riding and some more riding,
- camping out with the horses,
- assist in Anti-poaching exercises such as snare sweeps either by foot or on horseback, fence patrols and night drives, especially during full moon,
- visit several different outfits that support and help communities and train anti poaching rangers,
- Visit Kruger National Park
Prices start at 12300.-
Please note that we can’t give a euro price due to conversion rates always changing at the moment.
Add on days, week upon request
Package includes: transfers, accommodation, 3 meals a day on the reserve, linen & towels, basic laundry, bush camp overnight adventure, Anti poaching Awareness, all horse related activities, community afternoon, a day, driving in the Kruger with camping a night out (excluding conservation fee as this is subject to change with seasons), free wifi, in summer access to the pool
The money keeps the program alive, feeds the horses, upholds the tack, pays the grooms, chef and field guides who conduct the patrols also when no guests are at the reserve, and makes sure you have an unforgettable experience, good food and a clean bed.
For more information, please contact us via contact form or firstname.lastname@example.org
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