Horse Riding Safaris in Masai Mara - The Ultimate Way to Explore the African Wilderness

If you're seeking a unique and exciting way to experience the beauty of the Masai Mara National Reserve, then a horse riding safari is the perfect choice. Our safaris are led by experienced guides who will take you on a journey through the savannas and grasslands of the Masai Mara, home to a diverse array of wildlife including lions, elephants, and giraffes.

Horse riding is a special and intimate way to explore the wild, allowing you to get up close and personal with the stunning landscapes and amazing creatures that call the Masai Mara home. Our horses are well-trained and well-cared for, ensuring that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Our horse riding safaris cater to riders of all levels, from beginners to experienced equestrians. Our team will provide all necessary equipment and instruction to ensure that you have a comfortable and enjoyable ride.

But a horse riding safari in Masai Mara is about more than just the ride itself. It's an opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of the Maasai people, who have lived in harmony with the land for centuries. Our guides are knowledgeable about the history, culture, and customs of the Maasai, and will be happy to share their insights with you as you ride through the breathtaking landscapes of the Masai Mara.

During your safari, you'll have the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife, including big cats like lions and cheetahs, as well as elephants, giraffes, and many other species. You'll also have the chance to visit a local Maasai village and learn about their way of life.

At the end of each day, you'll return to our comfortable and well-appointed camps, where you'll enjoy delicious meals cooked by our talented chefs, and relax around the campfire under the stars.

So come and join us on a horse riding safari in Masai Mara and discover the magic of the African wilderness.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Horse riding safaris can be safe if proper precautions are taken and the right equipment is used. The safety of horse riding safaris depends on several factors, including the experience level of the rider, the quality of the horse and tack, and the safety measures in place during the ride. Professional outfitters who offer horse riding safaris typically take the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of their guests, such as providing experienced guides and well-trained horses.
A person who rides horses is commonly referred to as a horse rider, horseback rider, or equestrian. Equestrian is a term that encompasses all aspects of horse riding, including dressage, show jumping, and cross-country riding, as well as other horse-related activities such as horse care and stable management. The term "horse rider" or "horseback rider" is often used more broadly to refer to anyone who rides a horse, regardless of their level of skill or experience. Regardless of the term used, all horse riders share a love and appreciation for horses and the unique bond that can be formed between horse and rider.
To horse camp, it is recommended to wear comfortable, durable, and breathable clothing that allows for movement. Long pants, such as jeans or riding breeches, are a must to protect your legs from the sun and brush. A T-shirt or a long-sleeved shirt with a collar will protect you from the sun and insects. A hat or a riding helmet is also important for sun protection. Additionally, it is recommended to wear closed-toe shoes, such as riding boots or sneakers, to protect your feet and provide support while riding. You may also want to bring a light jacket or a sweater for cooler days and layering. Remember to dress in layers, as the temperature can vary greatly throughout the day and between different areas of the camp.