Safari on Horseback

Riding offers and horse safaris

Get ready for dreamlike adventures on horseback: riding over vast expanses of untouched territory, far away from the hustle and bustle of the daily routine ... At Kambaku 25 well trained horses of all sizes await experienced equestrians and riding novices alike for a memorable riding holiday in Namibia.

Beginners may improve their riding skills with our licensed instructors in the arena and explore the bush on special guided outrides, while experts will hace a race with herds of zebras and antelopes. Also children from the age of four years can take part in horseback riding at Kambaku (physical fitness implied) – or join in a playful pony program.

Your tailore-made safari on horseback

Compile a riding safari up to your dreams by skipping the included wildlife programme for memorable safari rides or professional training in the bush. Just add your favourite riding activity to your overnights at Kambaku Safari Lodge.

While expert riders will explore the savanna on powerful safari rides, we organize a varied riding holiday with a mixture of outrides in the bush and riding classes for beginners, intermediate riders and kids.

Surcharge: € 47 per riding activity
(safari ride 2.5 hrs, beginners ride 1.5 hrs, or training in riding arena)



Kambaku's horses

Meet our horses


Kambaku owns 30 horses in total (including youngsters and offspring). 25 are top-trained 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 them - whether enjoying a thrilling gallop alongside zebras or a professional riding lesson in the school.

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!


FAQ Riding

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.