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Featured Trail: Wild Coast Horseback Adventures

Vital Statistics
Address: Sunray Farm, Kei Mouth Road, Wild Coast South Africa
Click here for map
Website: www.wildcoasthorsesafari.co.za
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wild-Coast-Horse-Back-Adventures/127007846085
Tel no: Julie-Anne Gower on +27(0)43 8311087
email: julie-anne@sunrayfarm.co.za
Trail profile
No of horses: 30 working horses and a whole lot of youngsters & mares ect. About 60 altogether
Type of trail: Overnight trails along the Wild Coast, & 1 to 12 week gap year horse riding holidays at Sunray Farm
Owner: Julie Anne Gower
How often do the trails go out? We do two to three trail per month
How long are the trails? Anything from one night to eight nights
Trail Features
Features The Wild Coast offers some of the most stunning unrestricted riding available anywhere in the world. We meander the coast line, cantering along deserted beaches and wondering through the rural landscape. Our horses are all relaxed forward going mounts, well trained for the work that is required of them.



  1. 25 % discount on trail booked for June & July 2010

    BOOK FOR 2 RIDERS AND ONLY PAY FOR 1 and a half (that's a whopping 25 % off our normal price!)

    Valid for 2 riders per booking - sharing accommodation.
    Dates to clients specifications - once a booking is confirmed, we will try and funnel other riders to join and make up a group.

    2 night 3 days (2 nights at Trennery's Hotel)or(Wavecrest Hotel for advanced riders)
    3 nights 4 days (1 night Trennery's 2 nights Wavecrest)
    4 nights 5 days (2 night Trennery's 2 night Wavecrest)
    5 night 6 days (2 nights Trennery's 2 nights Wavecrest, 1 night The Cock Inn)
    6 nights 7 days Wild Coast Horse Trail (as per our itinerary)

    Offer valid on all overnight trails booked for the end of May and all of June & July 2010

    The weather on the Wild Coast during this time is just about perfect! Cool evenings with glorious warm sunny days guarantee perfect days of endless riding.
    Please also remember that we are well off the main tourist routes, and that there are is no soccer being played near us - so there should be no issues with soccer fans taking over our deserted beaches!

    by WildCoastHorses — 26 Apr : 12:54
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