2 Hour Beach Horse Trail (Intermediate) in Jeffrey's Bay (Eastern Cape, South Africa)

Enjoy and take in the Eastern Cape of South Africa with this exciting beach horse trail close to Jeffrey's Bay

  • Take this guided 13km circular trail (two hours to complete), moving through the gorgeous fynbos and coastal vegetation, then continue towards the Gamtoos river with incredible views from the dunes and finally, come back along a 6 km stretch of deserted beach

  • This special trail gives riders unique and unforgettable views of the area as well as letting you spot a variety of bird species, tortoises, bushbuck, plant and marine life. Imagine whale watching from horseback! You may even see seals basking in the sun or the rare African Black Oystercatcher is always to be found near the Gamtoos river mouth

  • Experienced guides escort every group and assist riders in selecting horses just right for their respective capabilities, even if you are an intermediate or advanced rider. You will be well taken care of!

Duration: 2 hours
When: All year round (closed: Christmas and New Years Day)
Where: Papiesfontein Horse Trails: Coming from Jeffreys Bay (R102, Jeffreys Bay, 6330)
Weather: Most weather conditions (if it rains on the day, please contact us to move the service to a new slot)
What to Wear: Wear closed shoes and long pants
Things to Bring: Camera, water bottle, sunscreen 
Guests or Spectators: Guests are welcome to wait at the starting point
Minimum Age: 10 years
Maximum Weight: 115.0 kg
Inclusions: Saddles (McClellan Saddles), helmets and chaps provided

Exclusions: Items of a personal nature

*Baby sitting option for children under 8 – for the same price, children will have a 2 hour horse experience at Base Camp

*Riding experience: if you have different experience riders in the group – please make separate bookings for Beginner, Intermediate & Experienced Riders. Riders of different experience will have the same departure time but will have horses that suit their skill and group will be split into rider capabilities during the trail.



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