Tanzania Riding Safari

Overview

Boasting highlights that include Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and the Spice Islands, Tanzania is an unforgettable destination. If you are a rider, to enjoy this country on the back of a horse, taking part on a proper mobile tented safari is very, authentic, special and a MUST. There aren't that many places that offer riding in Tanzania so we would like to recommend an excellent quality riding safaris operator based near Arusha in Northern Tanzania that offers both day safaris which can cater for the less experienced as well as marvellous off the beaten track group riding safaris.

Experience a true African safari on horseback riding alongside groups of giraffe or herds of zebra and from a safe distance you can marvel at the Big 5. Ride between Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro, through savannahs, bush country, and swamps and have a true equestrian adventure.

Kaskazi Horse Safaris

For Experienced Riders

A true 'off the beaten track' riding experience.

This privately guided horseback operation in Northern Tanzania focuses on horses and Safaris off the beaten path. Due to the owner’s many years of experience within the Safari industry, Kaskazi designs unforgettable safaris led by qualified and professionally trained guides, always pushing for a new and exhilarating adventure.

The routes are off the beaten track and with a vast knowledge about the countries fauna and flora you will travel deep into the bush and together enjoy the wonders that Africa has to offer; the magnificent wildlife, the scenery and the magical interaction with the local tribes who inhabit these areas. 

The area offers an ideal climate for horses and riding. The stables have a magnificent view of Mount Meru, with Mount Kilimanjaro emerging itself in the North on a clear day. Day rides takes place from the stables, while on a mobile safari the horses are trucked to the location.

Explore the remote African bush from the back of a horse combined with visits to the many unexplored areas of Tanzania, away from the crowded destinations and running engines.