Experience Amazing Kenya by Horseback with Ride Kenya

Ride Kenya horseback tour
Ride Kenya

Ride Kenya offers an experience of a lifetime. Enjoy an African safari in Kenya on horseback with: up-close game watching and stunning rides through majestic savannahs, forests and swamps with incredible views of Africa’s iconic Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Ride Kenya is part of the Great Plains Conservation camps and safaris, and the tour company guides its guests on horseback safari trips across the exclusive landscape of the Amboseli–Tsavo ecosystem.

Ride Kenya’s stables are located just 2km from ol Donyo Lodge, which was named one of Travel + Leisure’s “World’s Best Hotels” in both 2011 and 2012. These horseback safaris are designed for experienced and adventurous riders and cover a pristine wilderness of over one million acres, rarely visited by other tourists.

Luxury accommodations await you. There are ten large bedroom suites that truly embrace East African culture. Each suite offers natural stone floors and tall and traditionally thatched roofs. Rooftop suites have a romantic bed for guests who want to slumber under the starry African sky.

One of the biggest attractions at ol Donyo Lodge is the variety of activities for guests and families: Colonial–style breakfast after morning horseback rides; game drives and night excursions that provide extraordinary wildlife photography; bicycle riding and hiking trips through the savannah and forest; and the cool relief of private plunge pools.

Ride Kenya’s horseback safaris typically span six nights and seven days of riding, camping and sightseeing for groups of up to ten (families welcome). A typical day on safari offers 4–7 hours per day in the saddle, with a chance of night or day game driving, as well as walking tours.

Based out of a mobile camp, Ride Kenya’s guests stay in luxurious Selous tents, with hot showers, a separate tent for three–course dining, on–site laundry and a full crew of staff for household services. Every other night, the camp location will move to follow the trails. Ride Kenya is flexible in offering long and short horse safaris, for small groups as well as larger groups.

For additional information about Ride Kenya and their horseback Kenya safaris, please visit: http://www.greatplainsconservation.com/rk/index.html


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