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Experience the unique Lowveld Sabie Valley scenery on horse back with Induna adventures, 20 minutes from the Kruger National Park and on the Panorama Route. All trails are guided by a professional guide and well trained horses and trails meander through indigenous forests,International producing Macadamia farms and the Sabie Valley Hills. Granting a rider a Lowveld experience.
1 Hour Horse Trail
[frame]Duration – 1 Hours Cost – R330-00pp Minimum Pax – 1
2 Hour Horse Trail
[frame]Duration – 2 Hours Cost – R590-00pp Minimum Pax – 1
4 Hour Horse Trail
[frame]Duration – 4 Hours Cost – R920-00pp Minimum Pax – 2
When the availability is full please phone or email to check availability
Horse Trails in Pictures
After arrival at Induna Adventure Center you will be introduced to your guide who will then introduce you to your new four legged friend. The guide will brief you on how to ride the horse and will also establish your experience level. Our horses are “Boer Perde cross” and would be regarded as “ponies” due to their small but sturdy size in the equine world. They are field horses and don’t stay in stables, thus have to be caught just before each trail. On the novice / beginner trails you would only walk with the horses while enjoying the scenery and on the intermediate trails you would trot a bit. On the experienced trails riders would do some cantering and go a bit off the beaten track. Although we have about 7 horses we only take groups of a maximum of 4 riders at a time of which 3 are weight carriers.
Please take into consideration the weight limit for our horses are 90 kg
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take a camera with?
Yes. Cameras are allowed on the trails, Best would be to hand it to the guide to handle the photos , concentration when being a novice is essential.
What clothes do I have to wear?
Long tight pants like jeans are the best with shoes that have a rubber , or grip sole.Shoes that are very open , or are slippery on a normal day are a bad idea. Slops don’t work that well either !
Can I “lift” my child on the horse?
No. Unfortunately we can not , one person balancing is hard enough , especially being novice. It puts both the adult and the child’s life in danger