Four/ Guests –  Poole & Garden    2 Showers/ensuite       2 Double Size Beds      1 Bath

Come and join our horses and us at Wild Bhiza. Using natural horsemanship skills, we give you a unique opportunity to get to know our horses, bond with them, and feel your confidence and enjoyment improve and grow. Then, put that bonding and newfound confidence into practice as you ride and explore the forest, bush and villages and undertake rides with greater levels of challenge. We can tailor a package to suit, but you might typically mix your time, spend the mornings with the horses at the forest and afternoons back at your accommodation to explore the wonders of Victoria Falls.

What’s included:
Participants must be confident riders at all paces.
All horses are trained using natural horsemanship and ride a bit less in head collars.
Three nights accommodation in a private self-contained 2-bed cottage. Bedrooms are en-suite, but the kitchen and lounge areas may be shared depending on the precise nature of your booking.

A typical day:
Early morning ride 10km to 15km (2/3 Hours) ride through the unspoilt indigenous forest or meet local villagers as you ride through. Watch Kudu leap high in the air, Marabou Stork flying overhead, and Dung beetles enjoying the evidence of elephants. A horse ride to remember! / Clinic; Natural horsemanship and schooling of horses.Our Wild Bhiza stables are nestled in Fuller Forest – 4000 acres of the pristine forest estate, surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna. So why not experience the wonders of Victoria Falls horse trail rides at the Fuller Forest area, dominated by tree vegetation? See where people and animals of this beautiful country have had an intimate relationship with the trails in their lives, often without giving it a thought. Knowledgeable guides lead all horse rides and are accompanied by a backup rider when needed. All our guides are dedicated, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Keen interest is taken in the area’s environment, flora, and fauna.

Here at Wild Bhiza, we are passionate about natural horsemanship, and our horses can be ridden bit-less in head collars. They are very responsive and calm. However, we cannot take responsibility for the unexpected.

Stay at our excellent Victoria Falls Self Catering Private Secluded Holiday Accommodation. This wonderfully spacious two (en-suite) bedroom cottage is nestled amongst beautiful teak trees on a quiet road on the outskirts but close to Victoria Falls. It has a modern African design with a lovely spacious verandah, garden space, and a pool available so you can swim, relax and enjoy the peaceful sanctuary of your room or use it as a base to explore the area with the many great activities it has to offer.

The cottage provides a cosy, comfortable, private accommodation home in a quiet area just a stone’s throw from the town centre. The indoor and outdoor living area is spacious and inviting. It has a sizeable outside-covered veranda and a pool area.

The cottage has two ensuite bedrooms, with mosquito nets and air conditioning for convenience, a modern kitchen for self-catering, and a big lounge and dining area. Fresh linen and towels are provided, along with TV/Netflix and Wi-Fi for entertainment. The property is surrounded by a wall with an electric fence and has secure space for parking a vehicle.

There are many attractions, such as white water rafting, sunset cruises, zip line, canoeing, gorge walking, helicopter rides etc., in the Falls.

We are happy to assist with activity bookings and transfers.


Natural Horsemanship

Natural Horsemanship is a philosophy of working with horses based on the horse’s instincts and methods of communication, with the understanding that horses do not learn through fear or pain but rather from pressure and the release of pressure.
The basic technique is to apply pressure or a cue for an action and then release the pressure as soon as the horse responds, either by doing what was asked for or by doing something that could be understood as a step toward the requested action, a “try”. Timing is everything, as the horse learns not from the pressure itself but rather from releasing that pressure. These techniques are based on the principle of reinforcement rather than physical force, which most Natural Horsemanship practitioners avoid using whenever possible.
Our goal is not to turn you into a horse whisperer, but rather to teach you how to effectively communicate with your horse. Our techniques will work on any horse of any age, by simply understanding behaviours and body language. Understand that all horses have a natural desire to flee or fight when they feel threatened, this is their fight or flight response. This is the second step in your journey to becoming a better horse rider. To get to this point, you need to know what your horse wants and needs from you, because they are different from humans.
At “Wild Bhiza Stables”, we teach riders and horses to be natural. By being in balance with your horse, you will feel more confident and have better relationships with your horse. We go beyond just teaching you how to ride; we want to create lifetime memories for both people and horses!

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“I cannot begin to say how incredible my time with you was. Not only did I have the BEST Time, but despite having been in the Equestrian world most of my life, I learnt more in 3 weeks with you than years here – your care, understanding and relationship with your horses have to be seen to be believed magical. I am gutted to have left, but I can not wait to come back,” Ella Minette Sims.