The best way to discover a country is on horseback! But how to find the perfect horseback holiday, the perfect outfitter and the perfect adventure? In today’s podcast episode we talk about how to find a specialised travel agent or outfitter and how to make sure you the holiday lives up to your expectations!
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Our Hosts today:
Heather (Canada) & Ute (India)
Your Equestrian Adventuresses Podcast Hosts and seasoned travellers & horse riders!
Don’t forget to check out the resources section in this article!
- Travel agent vs outfitter
- How to find a good travel agency
- Why to book directly with a trail riding outfitter?
- How to make sure the outfitter lives up to your expectations
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