Kusini Ride

Ride Summary

I had not left Africa yet and I was homesick for it already. / Karen Blixen

4 days & 3 nights

3 nights in semi permanent camp/lodge

3 - 5 hours in the saddle a day

Caters for strong beginners

A ride within the Massai steppe, beautiful scenaries with plains game to be seen and with cultural interactions.

Please be aware of that the itinerary below is subject to change due to movement of game and whether conditions. The routes are designed for the best possibilities of viewing wildlife and follow suitable terrain for horses. If the itinerary would change prior to the safari, this would only be to the benefit of the journey on horseback. 

Kusini Ride Day 1

Pick up in Arusha, thereafter a three hours drive out to Kaskazi’s base camp. Arrive to Kaskazi base camp in time for a late lunch. After lunch has been served, all will be introduced to their horse and an afternoon ride takes place. Back in camp before dark, drinks around the bonfire and a three-­‐‑course dinner, thereafter a good night’s rest.

Kusini Ride Day 2

Full English breakfast before mounting the horses. Head out for a morning ride, with good chance to see some game, as in the early morning hours the animals is still active. Back in camp for lunch (or we do a lunch out in the bush) thereafter an afternoon ride before heading back to camp for some more comfortable settings.

Kusini Ride Day 3

Wake up calls with some tea or coffee at your porch, thereafter an early morning ride before enjoying a brunch out in the bush. The ride continues after there has been some time to digest the brunch, and ends at “the rock”, where sundowners will be served. Drive back in vehicles to camp with good chances to see some nocturnal species.

Kusini Ride Day 4

Early wake up calls before the last morning ride takes place, back in camp for late breakfast / brunch. Sad farewells of our equestrian companion before departing back to Arusha.

 

Safari ends…for this time…

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