Horse Riding in Africa


"Mozambique is the most beautiful country in the world for beach-riding. It is heaven. The horses themselves are lovely: safe, well-schooled and great fun to ride. I spent a week pinching myself to check I wasn't dreaming."
Kate Kellaway - Journalist, The Observer Newspaper, United Kingdom.

"I fell in love with a lovely white Arab with whom I spent hours cantering along the beach, only stopping to watch the fishermen coming back with their catch of the day - which I knew would inevitably end up on my plate. Swiss replica What more do you need!
Joelle Boniface, Paris, France.

"I am lucky enough to have been on many riding holidays around the world but none quite as memorable as staying with Mozambique Horse Safari. I don't often say this, as the world is full of exciting places to visit, but i shall return."
Roz Hughes, United Kingdom.


Horseback riding is a physical outdoor recreational activity. All riders at Mozambique Horse Safari must be able to mount and dismount without assistance and ride for five kilometres. For your safety, we must caution you that advancing age, obesity, arthritis and other physical issues can certainly interfere with the riderís ability to balance and stay seated. Participants must have the ability to remain seated and balanced on a horse in motion for approximately an hour and be able to withstand exposure to the outdoors. All participants must be sober and of sound mind to understand the inherent risks of horseback riding and complete and execute our liability release contract. Please estimate your abilities wisely.

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