Articles Tagged 'Horse Safaris'

Okavango Delta- Fishing in a Hippo Pond

Darley's Travel Blog — June 27, 2012
My experience catching and eating the freshest fish I've ever tasted in Botswana's Okavango Delta. by Darley Newman One becomes part of the environment while on safari. I spent each night in a tent – my alarm clock the sounds of the awakening Okavango Delta – if it ever went… Read more »

My Top Three Romantic Horse Riding Vacations: Botswana

Darley's Travel Blog — February 12, 2012
In honor of Valentines Day, take our photo tour through three great places to saddle up and find romance. Each day until Tuesday, I'll be counting down my top three!  by Darley Newman I've experienced these horse rides myself and can tell you that the romance level can be off… Read more »

My Meerkat Experience in the Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana

Darley's Travel Blog — December 27, 2011
by Darley Newman We're editing the Botswana episodes and have found some fun behind the scenes that we'll be sharing with you. One is from my experience getting personal with a meerkat colony in the Makgadikgadi Pans in Botswana.  Meerkats are very social animals and this particular colony is used to… Read more »

Horse Safari Packing List & Tips

Travel Tips — August 22, 2011
What to pack and what to leave at home for your horseback safari in Africa. by Darley Newman After experiencing four different horse safaris in diverse areas of Botswana, I’ve gotten a good handle on what to pack for your horseback safari. You definitely want to pack lightly and practically.… Read more »

Meet Your Host- Tanzania Luxury Horseback Safaris

Meet Your Host — February 7, 2011
Meet Alison and Martin, your hosts for the African luxury horseback safarsi. Read about how Alison and Martin grew up, fell in love with horses, Africa, and each other.  Equitrekking: How did you end up in Africa leading horseback safaris? Martin: While in the UK, I was asked to help exercise… 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 »