Experience breathtaking views of Chapman's Peak and Noordhoek Beach from horseback. Visit the Kakapo shipwreck and watch indigenous bird life on one of the Cape's most beautiful beaches.
Noordhoek is situated below the Southern Slopes of Chapman’s Peak Drive and is Cape Town’s rural treasure with a farm atmosphere. It is famed for its long white sandy beach, ideal for horse riding for a close up natural experience
Beach Horse Ride
Experience horse back beach rides, with breathtaking views of Chapman’s Peak and Noordhoek Beach. You will walk down onto the beach where you will visit the Kakapo Shipwreck. Riders are allowed to trot and canter and our horses are superbly schooled and very rider friendly. Novice and experienced riders are equally welcome.
We offer approx. 1hour 45 minute guided beach ride leaving from Imhoff Farm Kommetjie, riding straight thru the wetlands for about 20minutes onto beautiful Noordhoek beach. Riding along the water’s edge or the back pan towards Chapman’s Peak and back. A variety of wild life can often be seen on the beach rides e.g. birdlife, whales, otters and seals.
Age Restriction: Min 12 years
Departs Daily from Imhoff Farm
We have 3 rides daily 9am, 12.30pm and 4.30pm.
We cater for all levels of riders with a min age of 12 years and a max weight of 95kg/ 14.9stone/209 pounds.
Imhoff farm has a fully licensed a la carte restaurant, tea garden, intriguing gift shops, snake park, 4x4 course, paintball, camel rides, accommodation plus much more. For further info and what we have to offer have a look at the Imhoff farm website www.imhofffarm.co.za
Includes: guided horse ride, all riding equipment.
Must be bminimum 12 years of age, No experience required, weigh under 95kg's, wear long pants, closed shoes and warm top. Arrive 30 mins prior to ride.
Riding experience is not essential as we allocate horses according to skill, however you need to bear in mind that horse riding is considered an extreme sport. In accordance with Parks Board Rules no galloping is allowed on the beach and the ride will be kept at a walk. Exception to this rule is that riders may trot and canter if the conditions at the beach are conducive. The capability of the riders will also be taken into consideration before the trail guide allows the group to trot and/or canter.
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