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Botswana - Motswiri Camp
Botswana - Motswiri Camp
Botswana - Motswiri Camp
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Botswana - Motswiri Camp

Since you are riding in an area of dangerous game you need to be an experienced rider. You should expect to ride for four to six hours a day, this is typically four hours in the morning with a shorter ride in the afternoon/ evening. You need to feel confident about keeping up with the group, capable of riding at all paces, rising to the trot and controlling your horse at the canter. You may be required to gallop out of trouble so the riding is not suitable for beginners.

Motswiri has its own stable of well schooled safari horses. The horse barn is just a couple of minutes from the camp and all the horses are accustomed to riding in big game areas. The horses are mainly Boerperd and Thoroughbred crosses and there is a choice of good quality English wintec or South African style trail saddles. 

Non Riders are welcomed and there are specialist walking and vehicle safari guides in camp. As well as game drives and walks there are boats, mokoro and kayaks for when the water levels are high.

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Botswana Riding Specialist  Abigail Wood

Abigail says:

View game not usually associated with the Okavango Delta, such as the rare sable antelope.

My top tip:

Take your non-riding friends and partners with you and they can go on game walks, drives and boat trips whilst you are riding.

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