The pioneers of exploration and safari in Africa travelled on foot and by horse. Even amateur riders can follow in their hoof prints and thrill of a safari in the saddle is second to none. On horseback you can approach the game with confidence and cross the shallow streams, appreciating the beauty of the landscapes from on high.
The opportunity to gallop through the Okavango from Macatoo Camp is suited for all abilities. For serious riders, PJ and Barney Bestelinks amazing Okavango Horseback Safaris is second to none.
South of the Delta, set off on a three day Hidalgo-esque horseback safari across the Kalahari
. Fill your days kicking up clouds of dust as you gallop alongside ostrich towards a fiery sunset. If you're there between January and April, you may even encounter the migration of over 50,000 zebra and wildebeest, drawn to the fresh grasses brought on by the summer rains.