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Are there options to go on horse riding safaris in Africa?

Africa is a great continent to go horse riding and the fact that many destinations in Africa that you may want to visit may not have functioning roads, so horse riding could be one of your only options to achieve seeing all there is to see.

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Affordable Vic Falls, Hwange and Mana Pools

Fall under the spell of three prime attractions in Zimbabwe and Zambia – Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park and the Mana Pools 

$ 6,725

£ 4,815

R 82,396


per person

9 days
Africa’s biggest elephant and the endangered Hunter’s hartebeest (EA 7 days)

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Search for the almost extinct hirola antelope in Tsavo East, find Africa's largest elephants and visit Chyulu Hills to see Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak

$ 4,600

£ 3,294

R 56,360


per person

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Amboseli National Park

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That classic photograph of an elephant with a snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in the background that you see on coffee-table books? That's Amboseli National Park. The swamps here are the only source of water for the elephant during the dry season and the whole west Kilimanjaro/Amboseli…


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