Articles Tagged 'South Africa'

Preparing for a Horseback Safari Aftar a Break from Riding

Equestrian Travel Articles — October 2, 2017
Travel tips for prepping for a horseback safari in Africa after not riding horses for 20 years. The best things to do before your riding holiday. It all started with an Instagram post. I was scrolling through my explorer feed on a cold November day, when suddenly an image of… Read more »

Voluntourism With Horses

Equestrian Travel Articles — September 20, 2015
Learn how you can make a difference for people and horses on your next holiday with these voluntourism opportunities around the globe. by Jocelyn Pierce Volunteer tourism or voluntourism is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to a traditional vacation. Not only can volunteers experience exciting new places and cultures while… Read more »

Meet Your Host- Mkulu Kei Horse Trails in South Africa

Meet Your Host — May 4, 2014
Cheryl Giacchetti and Jono Arnott have a job that many would consider a dream job, especially equestrians. They operate horse riding holidays on the Eastern Cape of the Sunshine Coast, "the Adventure Province in South Africa" through Mkulu Kei Horse Trails & Riding Holidays. Recent accolades include being honored with the… Read more »

10 Things to Love About Africa Riding Safaris

Darley's Travel Blog — May 4, 2014
A safari on horseback is one of the most exciting vacations you can experience. Below are ten things to love about a horse safari in Africa. by Darley Newman The amazing experiences I was able to enjoy on my horse safaris in Botswana were once in a lifetime and unique… Read more »

South Africa- A Week in the Bush

Equestrian Travel Articles — February 26, 2010
by Marta Goldsmith We gathered on the pool deck overlooking the lake for our gin and tonic “sundowners”. It was our first evening at the ranch, after a full day of riding out into the African bush. As we sipped our drinks, we heard the roar of the giant bull… Read more »