Today’s episode features another great segment in our Where to Next? destination series that we are showcasing. We are travelling South Africa and Lesotho, prime destinations for horse lovers. Hear all about when is the best time to go, the different riding options and the best places to visit and how to travel safely. We share some of our experiences of going on a horse safari in the African bush and what you can expect and we talk to Uta, a journalist who has travelled and ridden in both countries recently and talks about her experiences of travelling to South Africa as a woman.
South Africa & Lesotho – Two countries, one amazing horse riding destination
Who has not dreamed about riding through the African bush meeting Elephants and cantering with Giraffes? In South Africa your dream can become reality. It is one of the prime destinations for horseback safaris and riding with wild animals you can observe from the back of a horse.
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Our Guest today:
Uta Paulus (Germany)
Equestrian Adventuress, journalist and horse lover from Germany who has travelled to many countries on horseback.
If you want to know more about her travels you can follow her on Instagram.
Don’t forget to check out the resources section in this article!
- All you need to know about South Africa & its horses
- Where is Lesotho?
- Riding & travelling experience in both countries
- Best ways to get around
Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!
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- Website of the Baz Bus
- Article about Horse trekking in Lesotho
- Podcast about South Africa
- Article about a Horse Safari in South Africa
- Resources for Equestrians