Serengeti Safari

  • Trip Duration
  • 9
  • 8
  • Riding Time
  • 7
    days riding
  • 6
    hrs per day riding
  • Group Size
  • 6 - 8
    Guests per group

Serengeti Safari

Ride Overview

This safari explores the Piyaya area, which is within the wider Serengeti Ecosystem. It is an incredible opportunity to indulge in your sense of adventure and get truly off the beaten track with riding in some of the most untouched┬áparts of the Serengeti. We have timed this trip to give you the best chance of seeing the migration of the wildebeest and zebra from the Masai Mara back to the grassy plains of the Serengeti. Since the movement of the herds is dependent upon rainfall you need to be prepared to visit the migration by vehicle if the areas around the campsite are dry. The rainstorms can be quite localized on the rolling plains of this vast expanse of Africa. You will come across Masai herding their flocks to water in age old hand dug wells. There will also be an opportunity to visit the Olduvai Gorge, the site of Mary Leakey’s discovery of Zinj, one of the very early hominids. With a comfortable camp moved ahead by your support team, and accompanied by great horses, this is sure to be a unique and unforgettable experience.


One night in luxurious permanent tents at the Polo Club, seven nights moving between 3 different fly camps in the greater Serengeti ecosystem. These camps consist of spacious tents with their own with mosquito netting, beds and linens, long drop loo and bucket shower.

Meals & Drink

The food is of high standard, with professionally trained bush chefs. It is good wholesome home cooking in a mix of local and international styles.

Ride & Horse Details

  • Overview:
    The horses are all purpose trained safari horses, with a mix of local breeds and thoroughbreds. All horses are given lots of love, care and attention, resulting in good characters and strong personalities, which allows a perfect fit with each rider. English saddles and cavalry saddles are available, and all the horses go in snaffle bridles.
  • Horse Breeds:
    Thoroughbred crosses
  • Trip Pace:
  • Tack:
    English saddles and Australian stock saddles
  • Weight limit:
    200 lbs

Meeting Point

Kilimanjaro International Airport

With first-hand knowledge of the exciting tours we offer, the ride consultants at Equitours look forward to answering any questions you might have about this ride. We want to help make sure that you select the trip of your dreams. Please call or email and get ready to pack your bags for a wonderful adventure!

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