At A Glance
- Outstanding wilderness landscape
- Quality horseriding safari with great horses and excellent tack
- Access to abundant wildlife
- Not the Big Five so it’s safe for children and riders from beginner to advanced
- More than just horseriding safaris – game drives too
The Safari Briefing
Experienced by the Pascall Group
A great group of friends got in touch with us to create a memorable safari experience in South Africa that would allow for a wonderful social holiday with horseriding and game drive activities.
Key to the criteria was a really intimate experience and comfortable accommodation as not everybody would be riding each day. Access to facilities like swimming pool, lounge and library too for down time plus of course great guides with a passion for wildlife and horseriding.
The beauty of Ant’s Nest & Ant’s Hill for a horseback or wildlife safari
The horses were wonderfully responsive and safe and thus on the second day Tom was even cantering off with us. Ben who does not even ride was doing the same. This was a huge milestone for Tom and made the holiday even sweeter. It would not have been achievable had he not felt completely safe with the horses he was given.Imagine our delight when we spotted the newborn baby rhino and buffalo within meters of us. Unfortunately it was raining the day of the rhino spotting and we were on the horses, a blob of rain got in the way of the video footage lol, however we got so close to her as we were on horseback. No photos of mum, bub and dad but consigned to the memory banks forever and we will just need to go back to see how much he has grown, wont we?