Save on safaris this summer

Many horse riders dream of galloping across open plains, getting close to wild animals and pursuing the ultimate equestrian adventure in Botswana. 2013 could be the year this dream becomes a reality as In The Saddle unusually have special offers running for two of the most spectacular horseback safari destinations in Africa…

Safaris taken from Kujwana Camp between 19th July and 16th August 2013 will now be offered at mid-season rates providing travellers with a saving of £75 per person per night.

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Kujwana is a highly personalized horse safari in the remote western region of Botswana’s Okavango Delta and offers visitors the unique chance to explore an astonishing maze of papyrus lined waterways, meadows and woodland rich in birdlife and game. Run by PJ and Barney Bestelink – who have built up over 25 years worth of intimate knowledge of the ecosystems in the Delta – you can embark on a five, seven or ten night safari riding well trained horses and staying in luxury tented accommodation and tree houses. Save £525 per person on the seven-night safari or £750 on the ten-night safari.

Take a horse safari at Motswiri Camp between 16th and 30th September 2013 and despite it being peak season, holidaymakers will only pay mid season prices, generating a saving of £60 per person, per night.

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Set on the edge of the Selinda Spillway, a safari at Motswiri gives you the opportunity to explore the Okavango Delta at its finest, whilst also enjoying the contrasting riverine forests to the east of the camp. There is a multitude of activities on offer making this perfect for non riders, from walking safaris, boat trips and 4 x 4 adventures, and the small number of guests makes it feel personal. Accommodation is in beautiful tents that each have their own veranda overlooking the Spillway where elephants regularly come to bathe and drink! Save £360 per person on a seven-night safari.

For more information about these rarely available special offers from In The Saddle email rides@inthesaddle.com, tel: +44 1299 272 997 or visit www.inthesaddle.com

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