Safari Report

Mar 23, 2017

Now horse riding introduced in Masai Mara


Great Plains Conservation announces the opening of the first permanent riding stables in Kenya's Maasai Mara. Ride Kenya - Mara is a stand-alone riding stable of 16 horses, offering morning or afternoon rides in the wildlife-rich Maasai Mara and exclusive Mara Conservancies for any competent horse rider (min. age 14+, max. weight 95 kgs, max. group size of 8 riders) staying in any camp.
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Posted by: soinafrica
Great Plains Conservation announces the opening of the first permanent riding stables in Kenya's Maasai Mara. Ride Kenya - Mara is a stand-alone riding stable of 16 horses, offering morning or afternoon rides in the wildlife-rich Maasai Mara and exclusive Mara Conservancies for any competent horse rider (min. age 14+, max. weight 95 kgs, max. group size of 8 riders) staying in any camp. The stables are located in the very heart of these protected areas, on the border of the Maasai Mara National Reserve and the Olare Motorogi Conservancy, approximately 1.5kms away from Great Plains Conservation's Mara Expedition Camp and 2kms from Mara Plains Camp.
 
The very experienced head guides of Ali Mundy and Martin Dodwell have migrated north from spending the last 12 years in the Grumeti Reserves of Tanzania to the new Ride Kenya - Mara stables, together with all of their top-condition horses and equipment.

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