Horse riding Safaris

Horse riding safaris in Zimbabwe can be a unique and exciting way to explore the country's diverse landscapes and wildlife. Horseback safaris are offered by a number of companies and tour operators in Zimbabwe, and can take you through national parks and game reserves, as well as on trails through rural communities and remote wilderness areas.

Horse riding safaris typically involve a combination of riding and camping, with the horses carrying all of your gear and supplies. The guides are experienced riders and will lead you on the rides, showing you the best spots for wildlife viewing and cultural experiences.


Horseback safaris in Zimbabwe can be a great way to see the country's wildlife, as the horses allow you to get closer to animals such as elephants, lions, and rhinos, without disturbing them. It also allows riders to cover a lot of ground and get off the beaten track, places where vehicles can't go.

 Combine the safari with fine arts of ZImbabwe. Beautiful scultpures and paintings by artists such as Barry Lungu - Shona artist from Harare Zimbabwe or sculptures of shona culture by Sampson Kuvenguhwa - Shona Sculptor  (Sam Kuve)  will ensure you never forget your trip!


The best time for horse riding safaris in Zimbabwe depends on the specific destination and the type of experience you're looking for. Some areas, like the Zambezi valley are best during the dry season, while others, like the Hwange national park, are best during the wet season when animals congregate around the water sources.

 It's important to note that horseback safaris can be physically demanding and may require a moderate level of riding experience. It's also important to check with the tour operator regarding the safety precautions they have in place.