Safaris on horseback
Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure: riding over vast expanses of untouched territory, far away from the hustle and bustle of the daily routine ... The breathtaking silence and the close contact with the wild animals of the Kambaku Game Reserve are certain to cast a spell over every rider, experienced sportsmen and equestrian novices alike.
Equestrian adventures in the savannah
Imagine long stretches of sand road dwindling into the horizon, hidden paths leading deep into unknown terrain. Kambaku's scenery is just begging for a horse and rider. During early mornings or glorious sunsets, in a thrilling gallop or at a mild walk – our horseback safaris offer the best for novice riders to advanced equestrian alike.
Kambaku's equestrian safaris offer adventures of a lifetime. Look forward to abundant game, knowledgeable guides and well-trained horses in a unique African setting.
On horseback at Kambaku
You prefer a Jeep & Trekking trip to a full-week equestrian programme but would still like some game-viewing on horseback? No problem. At Kambaku you can join safari and special rides at any time. Beginners may choose a riding lesson in the school or a special guided safari ride. Our instructors are also happy to support your first attempts at show jumping.
Try horseback riding at Kambaku or enjoy a wonderful safari ride during your overnight stay with us. Our equestrian team looks forward to delighting you.
Meet our horses
Kambaku owns 20 top-trained and well-mannered horses of all shapes and sizes, to ensure the perfect match for riders of every height and ability. Novices as well as experienced riders can rely on our horses - whether enjoying a thrilling gallop alongside giraffes or a professional riding lesson on the riding ground.
Our horses are sure-footed, reliable and entirely at home among Namibia's diverse flora and fauna. We look after them in any possible way to guarantee you the best riding experience possible!
Questions & answers
How do I ride at Kambaku? Are novice riders permitted to ride? What type of horses will I ride? What about safety in the saddle? And are children allowed to undertake rides, too? For answers to these and other questions please have a look to our FAQ page.
Of course you are welcome to ask for more details and further information, if our FAQ page doesn't have the answer. Please use our contact form for a quick reply.