Kaapsehoop Horse Trails
Kaapsehoop Horse Trails is a well-known and peaceful retreat on the Drakensberg escarpment, 35km from Nelspruit, Mpumalanga in South Africa.
The Horse Trails were established in 1994 by Christo, a 17,000 hectare private concession on the Berlin forestry plantation of Komatiland.
With 30 years of trail riding experience Christo works on a natural horsemanship basis. Here you can enjoy comfortable and safe horse riding whether a beginner or an experienced rider, on the well-trained cross-bred horses, with a choice of english or western type saddles.
Stay over in the farm-style self catering accommodation for a reviving break in the country side, surrounded by nature's tranquility.
As part of our educational programme, there is a fun-filled 5-day pony camp for the kids during school holidays, fun alternative ways of learning is through the tailor made packages for school groups as well as equine student programmes. Also a new edition is the volunteer experience.
Find here a unique venue for small weddings and functions and corporate events.
A place to breathe in deeply nature's freshness and revive your soul...
For more information visit the Kaapsehoop Horse Trails website at www.horsebacktrails.co.za , or contact Christo on 082 774 5826, or drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
S 25° 33' 27.4"
E 30° 43' 54.4"