Riding

safaris

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Galloping across the plains of Africa offers an unrivalled experience and a thrilling way to get close to the wildlife, surrounded by majestic landscapes.

There are riding safaris to suit all ages, abilities and interests. From week long mobile safaris, where the focus is purely on riding, to staying in cosy homesteads on wildlife ranches where riding is just one of the many activities.

From the open plains of the Masai Mara, and the more rugged areas of northern Kenya to the arid landscapes of Namibia and the water world of the Okavango Delta - there are plenty of diverse regions to explore atop four legs.


Get in touch and let us start planning your special trip... info@sarahjamestravel.com

Great combo’s

End with a beach flop or even a few days in Cape Town or the winelands.

Fixed date departures

Join a group of like minded riders on 7 - 10 day rides - Ideal for solo travellers or couples.

Family riding safaris

South Africa is perfect. Gentle game experience, variety of riding activities, malaria free and affordable.

And non-riders?

Most lodge based riding places offer alternative game viewing activities, keeping everyone happy.


Best time of the year

Temperatures do vary dramatically at different times of year, so please ask us if you have specific dates in mind.

    Kenya

  • Year round, except April/May/November
  • Migration riding safari: July - September

    Botswana

  • Year round
  • To experience the floods: June - October

    Namibia

  • April - October

    South Africa

  • Year round

A few ideas

From £1180 - £4050 plus per person, excluding international flights. (Based on 7 nights). Reduced child rates apply

  • Big game - Fast paced, adventurous & exciting. Close encounters with the Big Five - Kenya & Botswana
  • Spectacular scenery - Remote, wild desert landscapes, dramatic geological formations and the worlds highest sand dunes - Namibia
  • Luxurious riding - Prefer the luxury of a lodge, with the occasional foray into the bush for a nights fly camping - Northern Kenya

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