Horseback riding in South Africa

Explore the breathtaking wilderness of South Africa on an inspiring horseback riding adventure!

Horseback riding is a great way to explore and discover new places, and in South Africa, you will be stunned by the vibrant wildlife you encounter as you gallop through its rolling grasslands and tree-lined plains. Find a certified guide on Explore-Share.com and let them show you the way.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Horseback Riding in South Africa

Whether you wish to go horseback riding on a stunning beach where you can catch whales splashing around as you trot, or head into a mysterious jungle mountain, the possibilities are endless in South Africa!

 

Good to know:

Country code

+27

Best time to visit

Year-round

Currency

South African rand (ZAR)

Language

Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English and several others

How to get there

Cape Town International Airport (CPT), the King Shaka International Airport (DUR), in Durban, or the O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB), in Johannesburg are the most popular entre points to South Africa

Weather

The central plateau has a continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters, while the coast has a distinctly Mediterranean climate and is mild throughout the year. Most of the country experiences rainfall in the summer

More info about Horseback Riding in South Africa:

South Africa is an outdoor adventure haven, with diverse landscapes and terrains and a privileged wilderness. Its coastline stretches 2,850 km (1,770 miles), lapped partially by the Indian Ocean and partially by the Atlantic. The coast lines the Central Plateau of the country, separated by the Great Escarpment, where the KwaZulu-Natal province is located. On the east end of the Escarpment lie the Drakensberg Mountains. To the south, and in the Coastal Plain are the Cape Fold Mountains. The Highveld is a fertile region in the central east of the Plateau, and the Lowveld, or lowlands, form the border with Botswana and Zimbabwe. The Bushveld is a dry savannah eco-region between the two, and the Karoo, to the west, is a semi-desert region. Discover South Africa on horseback with one of the certified guides on Explore-Share.com and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime!

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