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Riding along the coast of the Mitre Peninsula in Argentina, this journey takes you from civilisation to the End of The World. This is a trail ride where you must be ready to forgo everyday comforts for basic facilities, but the rewards are more than worth it.
I love travelling to new places and when the chance came to visit Greenland with our exploratory ride, I have to admit I jumped at it. I have trawled through my pictures and memories, of which there are many, and hopefully you will get a flavour of this wonderful country from my blog.
Los Alamos is perfect for single travellers and groups of friends alike. The social, relaxed atmosphere is why guests return year upon year. The horses are a pleasure to ride and the riding is fun, but also relaxing – just what a holiday is all about.
The riding is suited to confident riders who are happy on forward going horses and are experienced at controlling horses over varying terrain, with other horses and riders around them.
This is a six night ride through the forests and hills of Swedish Lapland. The ride is a great opportunity to learn more about the Sami culture and reindeer herding in the North. Whether you have ridden Icelandic horses before or not, this ride is also a great introduction to the breed.
You are assured a warm welcome at Kambaku, whether you are a family, couple or friends travelling together. There are two non-riding activities a day, so this is an ideal choice for couples where one person doesn’t ride, or families with different riding or enthusiasm levels!
As a big fan of South America, dramatic scenery and riding off the beaten path, our Estancias Ride in Chile was a trip that I’ve longed to do for a number of years. The images of azure blue lakes and snow-capped mountains make you want to go and experience the incredible landscapes for yourself. I was not disappointed, even a little bit!
How do you choose where to go on safari? Is it the horses and the pace of the ride, the game, or perhaps comfortable accommodation? In June 2015 I had the opportunity to join an eight night mobile safari with Kaskazi Safaris in Tanzania and discovered they offer it all!