Horse Riding Safaris

The greatest happiness on earth is sitting in the saddle of a horse – that is not only a saying, but very true.

horse riding safari
Even for a safari it is a great experience and interesting perspective to ride on a horse.
You ride through beautiful landscapes, you sit comfortably but are active on the same time and you can watch the wild animals without a window in between and off the touristic paths.

In Tanzania there are several opportunities for horse riding safaris in different areas. Your guides are well trained and very qualified with horses. And even the horses are used to carry tourists, so don’t worry. You can choose between different routes according to your riding experience.

You can ride in some national parks, near Kilimanjaro and on private farms and ranches. Even the great wildebeest migration can be partly followed on the back of a horse. The tours can be for only one day or several days with night stays in safari camps.
A must for every rider and nature lover!

horse riding

If you are interested – contact us and we will arrange the safari of your dreams!

Yours, World Air Travel & Tours

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3 thoughts on “Horse Riding Safaris

    • No, the guides are very experienced. They know where to ride, they are armed for emergencies and they know the animals so so well! You don’t ride too close to the predators and your guide can read in their behavior if they feel stressed and plan to attack or anything. Most of them will even stay a little bit far when they recognize you, because most animals are more afraid of you than you of them πŸ™‚
      And in the worst case (what never happened so far) your horse can run away with you very fast – faster than you alone on a walking safari πŸ˜‰

  1. I agree horse riding gives a whole new experience in game viewing, doing it especially in Serengeti can be way amazing, though not quite convinced of the safety with the abundant preditors in the Park.

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