Best safari and beach lodges for riding holidays in Tanzania
Between June and October, you can take advantage of superb riding holidays in Tanzania. Horseback riding in the Serengeti is a great way of exploring the landscape - you become a part of the herds and move along with them.
Ride over the endless plains bordering the Serengeti, get to know the remote areas of the Singita Grumeti Reserve and get up close to giraffe and zebra. However, note that riding here is only available for intermediate and more experienced riders: no beginners please! Seeing some of Tanzania's wilder areas from the saddle is a memorable experience!
Our 4 favourite riding lodges in Tanzania
Faru Faru Lodge|100% (3 reviews)Faru Faru Lodge is a sister lodge of Sasakwa, and you can use the riding facilities there. It has magnificent horses that cater for intermediate to experienced riders (14 years and over) and they will take you out on guided rides lasting up to several days. More about Faru Faru Lodge
Sabora Tented Camp|100% (1 review)Sabora Tented Camp is located quite close to its sister lodge Sasakwa. The stables are located on Sasakwa Hill. From there you can do day rides or even longer riding safaris in Tanzania within the Singita Grumeti Reserve – which has lots of magical vast open plains to offer. More about Sabora Tented Camp
Sasakwa Lodge|100% (1 review)The excellent equestrian centre at Sasakwa owns 18 horses for riding, ranging from 15.1 to 16.3 hands in height. Riding gear is provided, groups don’t exceed six people, and they have knowledgeable guides. You can do day rides or stay out for several days on a riding safari. More about Sasakwa Lodge
The Manor|100% (4 reviews)The Manor has its own stables with three resident horses, as well as a pony for children to ride. Rides are normally done through the coffee plantation surrounding The Manor. The cost for this (July 2013) is US$30 per person per hour. More about The Manor