Ant's Nest and Ant's Hill, South Africa
These two unique bush homes, Ant's Nest and Ant's Hill, are located on their own private game reserve in the beautiful and diverse Waterberg region of South Africa. They offer some of the most exciting game viewing and horseback riding in Africa and situated at an altitude of 4500 feet above sea level, this wonderful region offers a temperate climate and can be visited all year round. Due to the varying topography and ecology across the reserve, the bush is teeming with an incredible variety of game species from rhino and buffalo to leggy giraffe, rare sable antelope, herds of eland, zebra, wildebeest, big spiral horned kudu to the fleet footed oryx just to mention but a few. There are 300 recorded bird species in the area to add to the exquisite variety of all forms of wildlife that the reserves support.
Cape Winelands, South Africa
Situated in the heart of the Cape winelands in an area steeped in history, culture and known for its fine wine and dining, here you are offered riding holidays with a difference. You can enjoy all of this as well as sampling local culture and even taking in some spa treatments. The team will tailor make a daily itinerary according to your personal tastes where possible. They are also able to mix and match trails, wine and cheese tasting with other experiences to make your dream holiday come true.
Eastern Cape Explorer, South Africa
Ever thought that you would like to canter your horse along a beach or play in the waves? The sound of a horse's hooves splashing in the water beneath you is a memory not to be forgotten. What better way to experience South Africa than on the back of a horse, enjoying this new and exciting trail ride along the coast! You can canter these fit horses for miles along the firm sand of the unspoilt beaches, swimming in the sea and combing the beaches looking for hidden treasures or admiring shipwrecks.
Great Letaba River Ride, South Africa
This exclusive safari ride near Kruger national park is perfect for families or groups of friends. There is plenty of plains game to interact with, but no dangerous game, so you can canter without worrying about what's around the next corner. Groups are limited to six riders for a personal and private safari.