Safari on horseback and you’ll be closer to the wildlife, and ford the mighty Mara River
Seeing Kenya from the back of a horse gives you a totally different perspective. It also changes the way that the indigenous wildlife sees you. The game accepts the horse, so they’re less wary and more inclined to graze unconcernedly as you move closer and closer.
You’ll experience a mix of morning, evening and full day rides – all with expert guides. You’ll stay at remote Masai Mara camps, like Olar Lamun and Olare Orok, and ride along the Mara Escarpment. You’ll even ford the mighty River Mara on horseback – before driving though the Rift Valley to Lake Nakuru or Bogoria to watch flocks of flamingos.