Italy - Discover Tuscany
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I’m well known for adventurous holidays (such as climbing Kilimanjaro or sleeping in an ice hotel) but this year I completed my hardest challenge to date: crossing the oldest desert in the world on horseback.
The route covered nearly 400km over 7 days, starting in the central...
One of the great things about our ride in the Cape Winelands is that you can arrive on any day and stay for as long as you like. So those who really want to immerse themselves in wine tastings, glorious food and fabulous riding can stay for a full week, but if you are a little short of...
The Wild Coast of South Africa is reputed to offer some of the best beach riding in the world and I was keen to discover if this really was the case. I joined a Wild Coast Trail – a 7 night mobile ride along the coast – but so that I could experience all of the different options in...
Since first contact with Cathy Wainwright in October 2011 I had been keen to see Château de Chazelles for myself. Quickly the ride became an In The Saddle favourite and by the middle of our first season of promoting this ride, Cathy’s horses, the accommodation and the breath-taking...
This ride report is from Louisa Begg, co-owner of Los Potreros who took a holiday to Bahia in May 2013 with her husband Kevin. Here is her report.
As promised, here are a few notes on the ride. We had a truly wonderful time in Bahia, you can put 5 stars against it all!...
As I left Tel Aviv airport building the sound of the birds hit me. There are two trees either side of the doors and they were full of little sparrows, all tweeting like mad! What a lovely welcome to this country!
As we drove north to the lower Galilee, our guide Yair was happy to answer...
In April this year I was lucky enough to be offered the chance to visit Namibia. Mention this country to anyone who has seen it for themselves and you are sure to be regaled with stories of a land of great beauty and diversity. Namibia’s astounding landscapes are far from subtle....
Bleary eyed I set out at 4am for Birmingham airport to get a local flight to Malaga. My flight was on time and less than 3 hours later I was in Southern Spain at Malaga airport. My flight had arrived by...
Jenny has many guests from all over the world and has sent us this selection of comments from riders who spent their holiday at Rendola Riding.
The late afternoon transfer from Barcelona to Mas Alba took about two hours and we arrived at our guesthouse in the evening. Despite it being dark, all of the lights were lit within the guesthouse and the cosy lamps lit up this unique old stone farmhouse beautifully. This was our first...
After a very early start from my home in the morning, thankfully my flight was on time and I arrived slightly early into Malaga. Andrew was waiting for me at the meeting point along with Sue who was also on the same trip as me.
From Malaga the transfer vehicle was to go onto...
Vist to Los Alamos 7th-14th March 2011
After a very early start from my home in the morning, thankfully my flight was on time and I arrived slightly early into Malaga. Andrew was waiting for me at the meeting point along with Sue who was also on the same trip...
The thing about a horseback safari, is that having endured the flights and transfers to get there, you can’t wait to get out in the bush and see your first elephant.
I was not to be disappointed at Kujwana. On our first afternoon ride, we were trotting along in single file, when...
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