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Rides are offered in November, February, and March. Minimum of two guests and maximum of eight. Non-riders are easily accommodated with guided cycling, walking and game drives. Flexible dates. One game drive and one walk included in the stay.


Day 1: Upon arrival at Johannesburg International, you will be met by your driver from Waterberg Transfers and driven to Pontdrift Border Post 5.5 hours later. At Pontdrift, you will be met by your guide and transferred to the Two Mashatus Camp. The transfer is in an open vehicle and lasts about half an hour providing good opportunity to spot some game along the way. After a welcome lunch and tour of the camp, you will be taken to meet your horse for an introductory ride followed by welcome drinks at the Stable Bar and dinner in the Lala Palm Rondavel.
Day 2 - ?: Early start with a delicious breakfast following tea/coffee in your tent, you will head out to the stables and spend the morning exploring the diversity of Mashatu. You will undoutedly come across large herds of elephants for which the Tuli is famous for, also many types of antelopes, zebras, giraffes, bat eared fox, jackals, hyenas, and possibly lion, leopard, and cheetah. The terrain is diverse, with mopane bushveld, open plains for fast riding, steep river banks and riverside forest along the Limpopo River.
Ride back to the Two Mashatus camp for lunch and siesta. A late afternoon tea and you are back on your horse for a leisurely ride along the Limpopo River. You also have the option of a game drive or game walk. Dinner around the open fire.
Final Day: After a final ride along the Limpopo, you will be back at the stables for a final pat and a farewell to your horse. A quick freshen up and brunch at the Two Mashatus camp before your return to the airport.