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Sarajevo Mountains

Overview

The riding centre is located in an area of approximately 6 hectares of private woodland and pastures, roughly 25 kilometres away from Sarajevo. It is nestled at the foot of the Ormanj mountain range, offering sweeping views of the peaks and the Bjelašnica mountain. It is in an ideal location for ea…

Highlights

  • Discover beautiful untouched forest & mountain trails.
  • Relax with an afternoon spa experience.
  • Discover the historic city of Sarajevo on a guided tour
  • Taste delicious & hearty local meals.
  • Just 30 mins from Sarajevo, cultural centre of Bosnia

Essential Facts

  • 3 itineraries available
  • Max 7 riders per group
  • Average of 4 hours riding per day
  • Weight limit: 95 kg / 210 lbs / 15 st

Description

The riding centre is located in an area of approximately 6 hectares of private woodland and pastures, roughly 25 kilometres away from Sarajevo. It is nestled at the foot of the Ormanj mountain range, offering sweeping views of the peaks and the Bjelašnica mountain. It is in an ideal location for easy access to hundreds of kilometres of riding tracks, through unspoiled nature, along forest roads, through meadows, to mountains and through mountain villages. The team offer a structured but fun environment for riders of all levels, in a friendly atmosphere and with facilities adjusted to all members of your family. The team also aims to offer a safe and healthy home for the horses that they take care of.

The trails include clear paths through forests that lead to canter-inviting glades, together with views of snow-capped mountains in the distance. Stones with strange and ancient carvings border your path. A few of the routes are not as easy: at times you may need to dismount to walk with your horse up or down steep inclines. However, the horses were born and raised here and so they are able to take most undulating terrain in their stride!

Your hosts, Selma and Rasim, are both trained doctors and fluent in English and German. When she isn't caring for patients at the hospital, Selma is also a talented writer, riding camp manager and mother. Rasim is an executive in a multinational pharmaceutical company, an explorer, a competitive endurance rider, a university professor, a riding instructor, a facilitator of equine-assisted learning and a pilot. But most importantly, the couple are passionate horse people.

The horses you will ride on this trip are both spirited and kind and kept to the best of your hosts' abilities. They are considered part of the family and compete in endurance, dressage and show jumping, as well as being used in the riding school for children at the weekends. The breeds vary from Bosnian Arab horses, Lipizzaner, Anglo – Arab mixes and some Haflinger too.

Horses & Riding

Tack

English saddles (GP or endurance style) and simple English snaffle bridles.

Horses

The horses you will ride on this trip are both spirited and kind and kept to the best of your hosts' abilities. They are considered part of the family and compete in endurance, dressage and show jumping, as well as being used in the riding school for children from 8 years of age. The breeds vary from Bosnian Arab horses, Lipizzaner, Anglo – Arab mixes and some Haflinger too.

Riding

There are 3 itineraries:

  • Via Dinarica Trail is a trail ride
  • Ride & Ski (Winter) Programme is a based ride
  • Wine Routes of Herzegovina is a trail ride

Ages

12+ for Discovery stays. 18+ for the trail. Those aged under 16 should be accompanied by an adult,

Health

None specific, but you should have a fair level of fitness to take part in the trail.

Weight

95 kg / 210 lbs / 15 st

Food & Accommodation

Food

Bosnia has had culinary influences from many sources over the centuries and the resultant traditional food offered here is mouthwatering. Dishes include many interesting combinations of flavours with roots from the middle east, Slavic countries and Mediterranean cuisines. You can enjoy unbelievably tender slow-cooked beef and vegetable stews, as well as the traditional snack food “Cevapi”, char-grilled ground meat served with fresh flatbread and chopped onions. Vegetarians are also well catered for with plenty of tasty stews and vegetable dishes available.

Accommodation

Accommodation at the riding centre is in guest rooms located above the horse stalls. There are 3 double bedrooms (one with private bathroom) and one 4 bedded room (with shared bathroom). There is also a cosy kitchen and communal dining area with a lovely terrace overlooking the riding arenas. During the trail rides accommodation options are diverse, comfortable and usually in a beautiful remote forest location. Depending on the ride you choose, you may stay a night or two in the riding centre rooms, as well as in mountain lodges on the trail route.

There is a private house which sleeps 8 located just 50 metres from the ranch. If you are a group or family then please enquire as this may work well for you.

Itineraries

Via Dinarica Trail Standard accommodation.

Ride & Ski (Winter) Programme Standard accommodation.

Wine Routes of Herzegovina Standard accommodation.

Other Activities

The riding centre has a lovely friendly atmosphere which guests can truly enjoy. When you are not riding, you might like to sit out on the terrace with a drink and to watch the horses working in the arena. Alternatively, there is a busy little town, Ilidza, nearby and you may like to take a taxi ride here. The cost for the journey is approx. 20€ (EUR) each way. Sarajevo - the capital of Bosnia - is also approx. 30 minutes away and so you may like to spend an afternoon here exploring the city.

Travel

The closest airport is located in Sarajevo (roughly 25km from the riding centre).

There are a limited number of flights in and out of the city airport and so it may be necessary to take a connecting flight. Alternatively, you may choose to fly to Split over the border in Croatia and take the bus to Sarajevo instead. The bus journey can take around 6-7 hours but ticket prices start from as little as 23€ (EUR) each way.

Airport or bus station transfers are included in the package prices.

For this wishing to hire a car and drive themselves; driving directions can be provided.

Testimonials

Rike M., Oct. 18, 2023

Superb! Not a fast ride but an adventure with stunning nature and lovely horses. The Mountains with the blue Sky above us... Food was perfect. Accommodation mostly basic (no electricity in one of the mountain huts) but also comfy.


Itinerary & Pricing

Day 1 - Sunday: Arrival day

Riding: No riding.

You will be met at Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ) or bus station and transferred to your accommodation at the ranch (c.30 min drive). If you arrive early, then the afternoon will be free to explore the local area or to meet the horses at the riding centre. A group dinner will be served in the evening which will also give your hosts and guides the opportunity to go through their pre-ride and safety briefing. In the summer months, this might be a tasty BBQ!

Overnight at the ranch tonight.

Day 2 - Monday

Riding: 2 hours

Following a hearty Bosnian breakfast - the first of many - you will have an introduction to horses and a ride evaluation. This will be a short 2 hours ride on one of the local trails. Your hosts and guides like to pay special attention to your comfort on the trail and will discuss the equipment you will need for the ride and ensure everything is adjusted for you - it is important that everything is in place before you set off. The aim of this ride is for you and your horse to get used to one another and be able to enjoy what is hoped will be an amazing week!

You will return in time for lunch at the ranch, followed by an afternoon trip into Sarajevo for a guided 2-hour walking tour. Here you will learn all about the history of this beautiful city. Dinner at a local restaurant in Sarajevo before returning to the ranch for the night.

Day 3 - Tuesday

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Setting off in the morning after breakfast you will follow a trail to the northwest. Well-rested horses and plenty of flat sections will invite some light trots or canters. You will then continue slowly downhill towards the Lepenica river where you will find a shallow place to ride through and enjoy several pretty waterfalls. For the next 15 or so kilometres, you will mainly walk and trot on forest paths and through a few glades, enjoying the sight and sound of the mountain river Crna Rijeka (the Black River).

You will stop for a lunch of fresh grilled river trout and a quick rest in hammocks with the sounds of the river all around. In the late afternoon, you will arrive at the Mountain Lodge Lopata in time to take a quick rest before another delicious local dinner this evening.

Day 4 - Wednesday

Riding: 5 hours

After a good breakfast and strong coffee, you will prepare the horses for the day of riding ahead. Moving further northwest, the elevation will continue to rise until you will take your first stop on a high plain which is located at an altitude of 1,744 meters. You will often pass small natural water springs by the trails. The incline to the plain is gentle and mostly through forest paths as well as open glades.

Eventually, you will climb above the forest belt and here you will see the amazing spectacle of Bitovnja mountain. The vast mountain pastures invite you to enjoy some good canters and the scenery is breathtaking on all sides. From this point, it seems as if you could see from one end of Bosnia to the other! After some good riding, you will be met by the support crew and stop for a well-deserved picnic lunch on Bitovnja.

In the afternoon, you will continue through vast pastures and, arguably, the most beautiful section of your adventure. A few more hours of riding will see you leave beautiful Bitovnja behind and descend down to your next overnight destination, Mountain Lodge Pogorelica. After another tasty dinner, there will be a chance to discuss the day of riding and make a plan for tomorrow.

Day 5 - Thursday

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

With both horses and riders well-rested, you will begin your journey on the next demanding riding day. You have around 25 kilometres of riding ahead of you, including some good ascents. You will start by climbing up towards the Mountain Zec, which will take about three hours of riding. Crossing mountain pastures where shepherds graze thousands of sheep during the summer months; in the valleys, you will spot their huts and sheepfolds too.

All around you, the slopes of Mount Zec are covered in crops of cranberries and blueberries too. On a clear day, you can see as far as Sarajevo from this position. Stopping on this beautiful lookout, you will enjoy a well-deserved break with refreshments and a picnic lunch. Once everyone is full and well-rested, you will continue on to your next destination – Prokoško Lake.

Many have written about the beauty of this fairytale lake, calling it the "eye of the mountain" or a "natural gem". It is located in the heart of the Mountain Vranica, which is recorded as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Again, there are many wood-built shepherd huts located around the lake and you will be staying in one of these huts tonight.

Dinner and overnight in cabin Jezero.

Day 6 - Friday

Riding: 3 - 4 hours

After breakfast this morning, you will prepare your horses and will leave the beautiful scenes of Prokoško Lake, riding towards the village of Tovarište. The final morning ride will take approximately 3-4 hours and there will be transportation waiting in Tovarište to take the horses back to the ranch.

Before loading the horses in the trailer, you’ll have a final saddle-bag picnic watching the horses graze. After lunch, both horses and riders will transfer by vehicle back to the ranch. On arrival, you’ll change and take the short drive to a beautiful local spa for swimming, sauna, steam rooms and a massage!

Once fully relaxed and after a fabulous week’s riding, you’ll head back to the farm for a wonderful farewell BBQ dinner. Overnight at the ranch.

Day 7 - Saturday

Riding: No riding.

Departure after breakfast today.

Accommodation

3 nights will be at the main ranch accommodation in shared rooms (2-4 beds)
3 nights will be spent in serviced mountain lodges with shared rooms (some dormitory style)

Experience Intermediate / Experienced

Best suited to intermediate and advanced riders who are physically fit and comfortable riding over a variety of terrains.

Minimum group size 4
Maximum group size 6
Departure windows

June 16, 2024 - June 22, 2024

June 30, 2024 - July 6, 2024

July 14, 2024 - July 20, 2024

July 28, 2024 - Aug. 3, 2024

Aug. 11, 2024 - Aug. 17, 2024

Aug. 25, 2024 - Aug. 31, 2024

Sept. 8, 2024 - Sept. 14, 2024

June 1, 2025 - June 7, 2025

June 8, 2025 - June 14, 2025

June 15, 2025 - June 21, 2025

June 22, 2025 - June 28, 2025

June 29, 2025 - July 5, 2025

July 13, 2025 - July 19, 2025

July 27, 2025 - Aug. 2, 2025

Aug. 10, 2025 - Aug. 16, 2025

Aug. 24, 2025 - Aug. 30, 2025

Aug. 31, 2025 - Sept. 6, 2025

Sept. 7, 2025 - Sept. 13, 2025

Sept. 14, 2025 - Sept. 20, 2025

Sept. 21, 2025 - Sept. 27, 2025

Sept. 28, 2025 - Oct. 4, 2025

Pricing

2024
Sharing
£1005 $1310 €1200
2025
Sharing
£1090 $1415 €1295
Included 6 nights shared room accommodation, full board meals, soft drinks with meals, 5 days of riding, spa entrance fee with a full body massage and return Sarajevo airport transfers.
Not included Flights, insurance, alcoholic drinks, other activities not mentioned, tips and other personal expenses.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1 - Sunday

Riding: No riding.

** Please note that this itinerary is subject to prevailing weather conditions - severe snow and high winds may affect riding possibilities and lead to ski slopes being closed**

You will be collected from Sarajevo airport or bus station and transferred to the ranch. If you prefer to drive, then that is not a problem as directions can be provided. For those who arrive earlier in the day, you may like to enjoy a short walk in the forest or a chance to meet the horses. In the evening, a group dinner will be the perfect opportunity for a pre-ride and safety orientation as well as a chance to discuss your preferences for the winter activities.
After dinner, enjoy the evening with a glass of wine by the fireplace in the living room upstairs above the horse stalls, getting to know the rest of the group in pleasant anticipation of the riding ski experience to come.

Day 2 - Monday

Riding: 2 hours

After breakfast you will have an introduction to the horses and the evaluation of the riding skills of the group.
You then saddle up for a morning’s easy introductory ride of approximately 2 hours.
The aim of this introductory ride is to get used to the horse with whom you will spend an unforgettable riding week. Lunch at the equestrian centre, followed by a trip into Sarajevo for a guided 2-hour walking tour, learning all about the history of this beautiful city. Dinner at a local restaurant in Sarajevo.

Day 3 - Tuesday

Riding: 4 - 5 hours

After a hearty breakfast, you prepare the horses and warm blankets for your first full day riding through dense, snow-covered forests and open meadows in the vicinity of the equestrian centre. During January, Bosnia is usually white and the snow in the forests is untouched because there is no farming or forestry activity and the hiking trails are unused by hikers during that period. On the first day, you will enjoy a long ride, and as a special treat your hosts will prepare a picnic snack with a campfire in the small wooden cabin that they built for winter riding trails. After returning to the riding centre, the group will enjoy lunch and prepare for night skiing on the Olympic mountain Jahorina. Exhausted, you will be looking forward to a delicious dinner and a glass of mulled wine by the fireplace in the warmth of the living room above the horse stalls.

Day 4 - Wednesday

Riding: 3 - 4 hours

Today you can experience a special activity, one that most riders will never have tried before! Bosnian horses have forest-work deeply ingrained in their genes as historically these horses pulled logs and carriages through the snow-laden landscapes. In line with that, your hosts thought ski joering would be an activity that comes naturally to them, and that turned out to be true!
For all riders who would like to try, your hosts organise ski joering training in an area with obstacles as a preparation for ski joering in the forest. Put on your deep snow skis, tighten the harness on your horse, and let’s go have fun! Riders who are not interested in ski joering can enjoy riding in the surrounding snowy forest trails and glades. After ski joering, riding and lunch for tired riders and skiers, you will jump into the vehicle and head towards the Olympic Mountain Jahorina to enjoy a half-day of skiing. Jahorina is the best of all worlds: a balanced mix of blue, red and black runs featuring everything from a newly-built, dedicated beginners area, up to slopes that were used during the women’s events at the 1984 Winter Olympics.

Day 5 - Thursday

Riding: 3 hours

Horses and riders well rested, you will continue with the ski joering challenge and visit further trails towards the peaks of Bjelašnica. For those who prefer riding, it is possible to travel on horseback instead. After a half-day of riding/ski joering, you will prepare for a skiing adventure on another Olympic slope, Bjelašnica, where you will ski for half a day. During the 14th Sarajevo Winter Olympic Games in 1984, Bjelašnica hosted competitions in alpine skiing disciplines for men. Downhill, slalom and giant slalom tracks were built at the time. The mountain was once synonymous with rough winters and isolated villages frequented only by the most experienced hikers, hunters and adventurers. Tired and satisfied after skiing, the group will then head to the accommodation for a hearty dinner.

Day 6 - Friday

Riding: 3 - 4 hours

After several days of riding, today will be a relaxed ride towards the camp our hosts have prepared for you in the deep forest. By the campfire, you'll recount the events of the previous days and, with a glass of mulled wine, toast to future adventures riding/skiing together. The most relaxing part of this riding programme is yet to come, a massage and spa day in a 5-star resort just the thing relax tired riders at the end of this holiday. Enjoy the warmth of the saunas, soothing water of the swimming pool and round off the day with a full body massage for total rejuvenation before a farewell dinner.

Day 7 - Saturday

Riding: No riding.

Breakfast at the ranch, after which your departure transfers will be scheduled in accordance with your booked flight time. Typically, there will be two transfers offered to the airport, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Accommodation

All nights will be at the main ranch accommodation in shared rooms (2-4 beds)

Experience Intermediate / Experienced

Best suited to intermediate + riders. You do not need to have prior ski experience as tuition is available locally (at extra cost).

Minimum group size 4
Maximum group size 6
Departure windows

Jan. 5, 2025 - Jan. 11, 2025

Jan. 19, 2025 - Jan. 25, 2025

Feb. 2, 2025 - Feb. 8, 2025

Feb. 16, 2025 - Feb. 22, 2025

March 2, 2025 - March 8, 2025

Pricing

2024
Sharing
£840 $1090 €995
** Special Introductory Price**
2025
Sharing
£1090 $1415 €1295
Included 6 nights accommodation in shared rooms, full board meals, soft drinks with meals, 5 half days of riding (weather dependent), transport to the ski slopes on 5 days (slope passes, equipment hire & tuition not included) spa visit and return Sarajevo airport transfers.
Not included Flights, insurance, alcoholic drinks, other activities, slope passes, ski equipment, tips and other personal expenses.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1 - Sunday

Riding: No riding.

Arrive Sunday afternoon to be picked up at the Airport or your accommodation in Sarajevo and transfer to the equestrian centre, approximately 30 min drive. Enjoy the afternoon settling into your accommodation, taking a walk in the forest, or watching the riding lessons taking place in the riding arenas. Dinner with the group and your guide, with a ride and safety briefing. The chef at BBQ will be your host, Rasim.

Day 2 - Monday

Riding: 2 hours

After breakfast, you will have an introduction to the horses and an evaluation of the riding skills of the group in the arena.
You will then saddle up for a morning’s easy introductory ride of approximately 2 hours. The aim of this introductory ride is to get used to the horse with whom you will spend an unforgettable riding week. Lunch at the farm, followed by a trip into Sarajevo for a guided 2-hour walking tour, learning all about the history of this beautiful city. After sightseeing you will visit the first vineyard on your wine-tasting journey, on the slopes of the Sarajevo hills with a beautiful view of the city.

The Hedona Wine Club is the first boutique winery in Sarajevo, surrounded by vineyards at an altitude of 850m. Hedona designed a great way to showcase their wines, carefully paired with innovative renditions of classic Bosnian dishes. The vineyard has 3,500 vines, mostly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, which they use to carefully make sparkling wines following traditional methods.

After the tasting, the group will choose their favourite, and take a bottle of it back to the accommodation to toast the upcoming adventure.

Day 3 - Tuesday

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Today you will enjoy the pleasure of riding through the wine regions of Herzegovina, the sunny south part of the country. After an early breakfast, you will head out by car to where the horses are waiting for you, safely brought by your hosts' reliable stableman Zijo.

You will spend your first full-riding day in Herzegovina in a natural park called Hutovo Blato, which is a nature reserve for birds and a well-known ornithological site. You will mainly be riding through the lowlands today, but will also ascend the nearby hills for a stunning view of the wetlands. There you will make camp for an afternoon rest and a picnic, after which you will take an electric boat ride to enjoy the silence of the Deranje lake.

The afternoon ride will take you to the first overnight stay which is on the shore of the lake, a small hotel with a restaurant famous for its river fish delicacies. After a short rest, the group will head to the first winery, Domano. It is known for the red wine variety Blatina. Their slogan is “wine with deep roots”, because wines have been produced in Herzegovina since the time of the Illyrians. Along with selected varieties of Blatina, you will enjoy homemade culinary delicacies.

Day 4 - Wednesday

Riding: 4 hours

Wednesday is reserved to enjoy what many consider to be the most beautiful river in Herzegovina, the Trebižat. After a hearty breakfast and a 40-minute drive, you will arrive at the starting position of today’s riding tour. You'll ride along the shores of the green Trebižat and, at convenient locations, also through the shallow water, offering refreshments for your four-legged friends.

You will take a lunch break in one of the restaurants at the numerous waterfalls. After a well-deserved rest, you will set off on a new adventure, but this time in a kayak and not in the saddle! Tired but satisfied after enjoying the water, you will settle in at a nearby family farm and choose one of the 6 wineries in the nearby town of Ljubuški. The city is known for its large concentration of wineries; guests can choose one and enjoy a tasting of wine, cheese, and local products.

Again, the widely known Blatina is on the wine menu and for white wine lovers the best local variety of Žilavka is grown in this area.

Day 5 - Thursday

Riding: 4 hours

Today is a special riding day. After a 2-hour drive, the group will arrive at the foot of the Cincar mountain, home to numerous herds of wild horses. It is estimated that their total number has already reached 1,000. Here you will mount your horses for an exciting ride across the Krug plateau, a landscape that invites you to take a leisurely canter. In a nearby glade, you will have the opportunity to watch the wild horses as the camp is set up. This will give you ample opportunity to study their behaviour in the herd and take unforgettable photos. The horses often approach the camp out of curiosity or because they are used to receiving salt and food from visitors.

After an unforgettable experience, you will settle in a nearby hotel and prepare for a new tasting of wine and the delicious Livanja cheese, which is considered the best cheese in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Livno is home to many wine producers and your hosts will be taking you to their favourite organic one, the Knebu winery, which many say is a real sensation in the world of wine. Located at an altitude of 950 meters, it ranks among the highest in the world. Dramatic weather extremes at high altitudes cause sudden and powerful reactions in the vines, releasing great amounts of charged energy. The high altitude contributes to the intense taste and aroma of the grapes due to significant differences between day and night temperatures. Chardonnay and Traminac are the wine varieties which the Knebu winery is most proud of.

Day 6 - Friday

Riding: 5 hours

Today, spectacular Blidinje is the destination - a wild mountain plateau that offers miles of flat areas that invite fast canters and gallops along the beautiful Blidinje Lake. Blidinje is also the place where the charismatic and widely known Hajdučke Vrleti (Haiduk’s crags) restaurant is located, where you will relax and enjoy local food and wine.

After this last day of riding, the horses will be loaded into the horse truck and together you will head back to the Equestrian Centre. There you will have the chance to change before taking the short drive to a beautiful local spa for swimming, sauna, steam rooms and a massage.

Of course, everything is planned for in advance, and this final evening of your horseback wine tour is sweetened with a selection of wine, brought back from each winery, so you can once again taste the best that Herzegovina has to offer, alongside a farewell Bosnian “gala dinner”!

Day 7 - Saturday

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast you can say goodbye to the horses before being transferred to the airport or your accommodation in Sarajevo.

Accommodation

Comfortable, cosy accommodations with shared facilities.

Experience Intermediate / Experienced

Strong intermediate and experienced riders happy in and in control at all paces including gallop in an English saddle.

Minimum group size 4
Maximum group size 7
Departure windows

April 7, 2024 - April 13, 2024

April 21, 2024 - April 27, 2024

May 5, 2024 - May 11, 2024

May 19, 2024 - May 25, 2024

June 2, 2024 - June 8, 2024

Sept. 22, 2024 - Sept. 28, 2024

Oct. 6, 2024 - Oct. 12, 2024

Oct. 20, 2024 - Oct. 26, 2024

April 6, 2025 - April 12, 2025

April 13, 2025 - April 19, 2025

April 20, 2025 - April 26, 2025

April 27, 2025 - May 3, 2025

May 4, 2025 - May 10, 2025

May 11, 2025 - May 17, 2025

May 18, 2025 - May 24, 2025

May 25, 2025 - May 31, 2025

Oct. 5, 2025 - Oct. 11, 2025

Oct. 12, 2025 - Oct. 18, 2025

Oct. 19, 2025 - Oct. 25, 2025

Oct. 26, 2025 - Nov. 1, 2025

Pricing

2024 £840 $1090 €995
**Special Introductory Price**
2025
Sharing
£1090 $1415 €1295
Included 5 days of horse riding (4 full day, 1 half day riding)
horses and riding equipment, daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all drinks and refreshments
6 nights accommodation, spa visit and airport transfer.
Not included Flights, insurance, other activities not mentioned, tips and other personal expenses. The wine tastings are not included but are charged at 25 EUR (cash) per person at each winery.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.