RIDING INTO THE AFRICAN SUNSET
Besides it being a “greener” way to explore the wild, horseback riding on safari means you are no longer a mere observer of wildlife, but you are part of the circle of life. No longer the whirring engine of a game-viewing 4 x 4 vehicle beneath your feet, but rather the steady pace of your gallant steed taking you by stealth (disguised as a fellow member of the animal kingdom) in amongst plains game and hopefully nothing more predatory. There’s nothing quite as exhilarating as riding across desert plains or wading from on high through delta waters or rivers, nothing as heartwarming as the bond you’ll develop with your horse on a safari, nothing to brilliant as climbing down, saddle-weary but satisfied, after a fine day out.
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