From the mountains to the beach, you can ride a horse in Cape Town just about anywhere. With the guidance of horse riders, you will be surrounded by safety and views. Read below on where you do horse riding and the type of trails.
Mountain View Horse Trails – Horse Riding in Cape Town.
Mountain View Horse Trails is a rustic, working farm environment, offering horse riding trails through gorgeous farmland, with a stunning view of Table Mountain. You don’t need to know how to ride a horse to experience the freedom. Their horses are well trained to look after you. They give you a short instruction at the beginning, and their guides are well equipped to handle even the most nervous rider.
They also do sunset rides and moonlight rides during the summer.
Other services include: horse riding lessons, a petting zoo, archery lessons and a carriage service.
The Dunes Horse Riding – Beach Horse Rides on Noordhoek Beach, Cape Town.
Noordhoek beach is an 8-kilometer white sanded beach along the Atlantic Ocean. The Dunes Riding Stables are built in the sand dunes a stroll from the shoreline. This is considered one of the most beautiful beaches to horse ride in the world. An out-ride on our thoroughbred horses along Cape Town’s finest beach, with breath-taking views of the peninsula’s peaks and bays and the flat top of Table Mountain in the distance is an iconic Cape Town activity.
Fynbos Horse Trails
Starting from the stables on Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate through the vineyards, olive groves, herb fields and natural fynbos into the foothills of the Hawequa Mountains, these one-hour to half- or full-day trails have beautiful views into the valleys below. Wine tasting trails to prestigious boutique cellars on historic farms are also on offer. Afterwards clients can enjoy a meal at the Seasons Restaurant on the estate where accommodation is also available.