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Summary:
Working cattle estancia near Cordoba, Argentina. Ride with gauchos and experience Argentine hospitality, lovely accommodation and learn to play polo. All levels.
Departure Dates:
  • 2022/23: Open all year except May and June, anytime arrival and departure.
  • Christmas/New Year: 1 - 15 January and 15 - 31 December
  • Trip Length: Suggested 8 days/7 nights or as you wish. There is a minimum of 3 nights (5 nights over Christmas & New Year).
  • Approximate riding time per day: Flexible, on trails 4-6 hours. No riding on Sunday afternoons
  • Meeting point: Cordoba Airport, Argentina.
  • Riding Ability Required: All riding abilities catered for
  • Usual Group Size: Max 12
  • Transfer: 2022/23: Included from Córdoba Pajas Blancas airport or Rio Ceballos (but not Córdoba central) between 08.00 and 20.00. All other transfer requests will be quoted on a case by case basis. Approximate transfer time is 1 hour.
Desert portion of the ride
from $1,855
Summary:

Ride along ancient Inca trails in the Andes Mountains where life goes on as it has for centuries. From the dry Calchaquí desert on the west of the Dead Lion Range of the Andes, we cross at 3,000m (9,000ft) where condors roam and descend into a different world of lush green valleys and tropical forests of Lerma. 

En-route we stay in the homes of the local Calchaqui Indians with 3 nights of camping under the spectacular southern hemisphere stars in the high Andes, an unmissable experience. A relaxed ride with beds and hot showers all or most nights for riders who can walk, trot and canter.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022 9 Day Programme: May 10; July 16; August 21; October 11; November 27.
  • 2022 12 Day Programme: May 22; July 3; August 7; September 18; November 13.
  • Tailor-made rides can also be arranged all year round
  • Trip Length: 9 days/8 nights/6 days riding OR 8 days/7 nights/6 riding days (excluding Buenos Aires activities)
    12 days/ 11 nights/9 days riding OR 11 days/10 nights/9 riding days (excluding Buenos Aires activities)
  • Approximate riding time per day: 4-6 hours
  • Meeting point: 9 day: Salta Airport (SLA)
    12 day: Buenos Aires Airport (EZE) or Salta Airport (SLA) (11 day itinerary)
  • Riding Ability Required: Walk, trot and canter on a good horse.
  • Usual Group Size: 4-8. Ride may be confirmed for less than 6 at a supplement, see Prices and Dates tab.
  • Transfer: 2022: Included from Salta for 9 day programme. 12 day programme approximately $60 one way per car (1-3 pax) from Buenos Aires Pistarini (international) or $30 from Buenos Aires Newbery (domestic).
Riding along Bakers Beach
from $1,445
Summary:

Horse riding in Tasmania in 3 unique locations: the beautiful Mersey Valley, Cradle Mountain in the Vale of Belvoir Conservation Area and Bakers Beach (Narawntapu National Park). Taking in part of the 460km Tasmanian Trail, this 5-day break offers fast riding along white sandy beaches, plenty of wildlife from wombats to possums and comfortable accommodation at two different locations. Ideal for adventurous riders looking to explore this vast, beautiful island state.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022/23: Any day start throughout the year. Closed in August and September.
  • Trip Length: 4 nights/5 days/4 days riding
  • Approximate riding time per day: 4-6 hours
  • Meeting point: Launceston Airport (LST), Tasmania
  • Riding Ability Required: Should be confident at walk, trot and canter in open spaces including fast-paced beach riding.
  • Usual Group Size: 1-6
  • Transfer: 2022/23: A taxi from the airport to the stables is approximately $200 each way and a one hour drive. Most guests hire a car and drive themselves.
Outside a Mayan temple
from $2,075
Summary:

Discover the real Belize on horseback and you will experience historical Mayan ruins, ride in tropical rainforest, diverse flora and fauna, home of the jaguar, Baird's tapir, monkeys, macaws, toucans and snakes. Stay at Belize's award winning eco-logde located on 105 acres of nature reserve with a fully operational citrus farm on-site.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022 Low Season: 1 May - 30 October (closed for 4 weeks in September - October, please enquire for dates)
  • 2022 High Season: 4 January - 30 April (excluding Easter Week)
  • 2022 Peak Season: Tuesday to Tuesday during Easter Week; 21 December - 3 January 2023
  • Trip Length: 6 days/5 nights/4 days riding or
    8 days/7 nights/5 days riding
  • Approximate riding time per day: 2-5 hours
  • Meeting point: Philip Goldson International Airport (BZE)
  • Riding Ability Required: Able to walk, trot and canter
  • Usual Group Size: 2-10
  • Transfer: 2022: Included from Philip Goldson International Airport or Belize City
Saltpans of Botswana
from $1,175
Summary:

Experience a huge zebra migration and flamingo herds November to March in Africa's largest ephemeral wetland, or from May to September, a blindingly white desert with game easily located on grass islands with permanent waterholes. All year round interaction with a habituated meercat colony, tracking with the San and baobab trees. An extraordinary riding adventure ideal to combine with the Okavango Delta for the ultimate safari.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022 Mid Season: 18 Sept; 22, 27 Dec.
  • 2022 High Season: 24 (FULL) Jul; 1 Aug.
  • 2023 Low Season: 1 Feb; 21 Mar.
  • 2023 Mid Season: 2 Jan; 12 Apr; 11 May; 25 Jun; 20 Sept; 26 Dec.
  • 2023 High Season: 19 Jul; 2 Aug.
  • Other dates available on request for 3 nights or more for minimum of 2 pax.
  • Trip Length: 6 days/5 nights
  • Approximate riding time per day: 4 - 6 hours per day
  • Meeting point: Maun, Botswana (MUB)
  • Riding Ability Required: Walk, trot and canter on a good horse, from intermediate onwards.
  • Usual Group Size: 2-8
  • Transfer: 2022/23: approx. £778 per person return light aircraft transfer, Maun - Camp Kalahari - Maun, payable at time of booking. Please note transfer cost are subject to change.
Summary:

Safari for all levels of rider set in a luxurious lodge along the Thamalakane River near the Okavango Delta and Maun, a full service safari with riding adapted to the ability of the riders.

Departure Dates:
  • All year round, dates on request.
  • 2023 Low Season: 10 Jan - 31 Mar.
  • 2023 Mid Season: 1 Apr - 31 May; 1 Nov - 19 Dec.
  • 2023 High Season: 1 - 30 Jun; 1 Sept - 31 Oct; 20 Dec - 9 Jan 2024.
  • 2023 Peak Season: 1 Jul - 31 Aug.
  • Trip Length: Flexible, minimum stay 3 nights
  • Approximate riding time per day: 4 - 6 hours per day as desired
  • Meeting point: Maun, Botswana (MUB)
  • Riding Ability Required: Riding for all levels
  • Usual Group Size: 1-10
  • Transfer: Included from Maun aiport
Beach riding in Brazil
from $2,919
Summary:

Visit the Brazilian state of Alogas, the smallest state in the country for an action-packed riding holiday with plenty of sun, surf, beach gallops and caipirinhas. This relatively unexplored region in Northern Brazil is home to some of the most spectacular beaches in the country as well as lush jungle and picturesque colonial villages. Join this 9 day trail along the tropical coastline, on fit, native, Mangalarga horses which boasts far more than your standard beach ride. River swimming, boat trips, authentic cuisine and wild-life filled lagoons combine to make this the quintessential Brazilian experience.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022: 11 October (FULL); 9 November (FULL); 9 December.
  • 2023: 6 January; 5 February; 9 October; 12 November.
  • Trip Length: 9 days/ 8 nights / 7 days riding
  • Approximate riding time per day: 2 - 6 hrs
  • Meeting point: Hotel in Maceió
  • Riding Ability Required: Walk, trot and canter on a fit, forward-going horse
  • Usual Group Size: 7-14
  • Transfer: Transfer from Maceió airport to hotel on Day 1 is not included. Guests can easily take a taxi or local bus.
Taking part in a cattle drive
from $1,479
Summary:

Experience Canada's wild west on this working guest ranch at the foot of the Coast Mountains in western Canada. Guests can relax and get away from modern life in this uninhabited landscape, riding out in small groups aboard quality horses. Non-riders can relax in the hot tub, go fishing or even try their hand at gold panning in the creek that runs through the ranch. This destination offers the tranquility of a remote location, comfortable accommodation and riding for all levels.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022: 15 May - 15 Oct any day arrival, winter dates available on request. (Winter Season: 16 Oct - 14 May)
  • Trip Length: 8 days / 7 nights / 5 riding days
  • Approximate riding time per day: 2-6 hours
  • Meeting point: Williams Lake Airport (YWL)
  • Riding Ability Required: From beginner onwards
  • Usual Group Size: 1-15
  • Transfer: 2022: from Williams Lake available for C$160 round trip 1st person (any additional C$80 pp) payable on site
Pack trip in the Northern Rockies
from Price on enquiry
Summary:

Journey to the Muskwa-Kechika in the northern part of British Columbia's Rocky Mountains and join a full-on wilderness expedition into this remote region. The expedition will leave the Alaska Highway in mid-June at Mile 172 and emerge near Mile 400 in mid-September, with riders joining for 2 week jaunts along the way.

This is remote wilderness riding, as wild as it gets. Participants do not need to be experienced horse-riders but must be physically fit and able to cope with up to ten hours riding along river valleys, alpine ridges, and high mountain passes.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022: FULLY BOOKED
  • 2023: Please enquire
  • Trip Length: 14 nights/15 days
    Between 9-10 riding days.
  • Approximate riding time per day: 5-10 hours
  • Meeting point: Fort St John, Fort Nelson or Muncho Lake depending on expedition.
  • Riding Ability Required: This is a tough trail where general fitness is more important than riding ability. Riders should be confident in walk and trot and be able to mount and dismount repeatedly, lead and saddle your horse.
  • Usual Group Size: 1-7
  • Transfer: 2022: Taxi from Fort Nelson approx CAD $100 pp. Carpool can usually be arranged.
Summary:

This relaxed working cattle-guest ranch in Saskatchewan has plenty to explore with nine miles of water frontage and more than 5,000 acres of rolling pasture and a herd of two hundred and fifty cows and calves.

Experience the cowboy way of life under the endless sky of the Canadian prairies and ride where the Blackfoot Indians once camped as they hunted bison across the vast plains. Overnight in simple log cabins with en suite rooms, relax in the hot tub after each day.

Departure Dates:
  • 2022: Arrivals on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 23 May to 10 Oct.
  • Trip Length: 2 night minimum stay. We recommend a 7 night trip.
    2022: 2 nights min plus min. 7 nights 23-30 May and 3-10 Oct
    Min. 10 nights 30 May - 9 June (on request only)
  • Approximate riding time per day: 4-6 hours
  • Meeting point: Saskatoon Airport
  • Riding Ability Required: All abilities can be catered for. Groups can be split according to ability when riding out on the trail.
  • Usual Group Size: 4-10 for riding out
  • Transfer: 2022: Saskatoon Airport: from £115 return per person (4 or more people), payable upon booking. See below itinerary for more details.
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