Horse riding at Enduimet Wildlife Management Area (WMA) offers an enchanting and unique way to explore the natural beauty and wildlife of the area. This activity provides visitors with an unforgettable experience that combines adventure, connection with nature, and a touch of equestrian elegance.

Experience the Landscape

Mounted on horseback, you’ll have the chance to venture into landscapes that might be inaccessible by other means. Traverse open savannas, wooded areas, and meandering trails, all while taking in the breathtaking views and serenity of the surroundings.

Wildlife Encounters

As you ride through the WMA, keep an eye out for wildlife that might not be as startled by the presence of horses as they might be by other vehicles. This increases the likelihood of getting closer to certain animals and observing their natural behaviors.

Professional Guidance

Our experienced guides are well-versed in the WMA’s terrain and wildlife patterns. They’ll ensure your safety while leading you to prime locations for spotting wildlife, sharing their insights about the area’s ecology, and making your horse riding experience both enjoyable and informative.

Photographic Opportunities

The unhurried pace of horse riding allows you to capture stunning photographs of the landscapes, wildlife, and perhaps even some of the indigenous Maasai people you might encounter during your journey.

Connection with Nature

Horse riding provides a special kind of connection with nature. The rhythmic movement of the horse, the rustling of leaves, and the sounds of the wilderness create a sensory experience that immerses you in the environment.

Conservation Contribution

By participating in horse riding at Enduimet WMA, you’re directly supporting community-based conservation efforts. The funds generated from this activity contribute to safeguarding the WMA’s biodiversity and providing livelihoods for local communities.

Unique Adventure

Horse riding adds a layer of authenticity and uniqueness to your visit. It harkens back to a time when humans relied on these majestic animals for transportation and exploration, allowing you to connect with history while embracing the present.

Our Fees

Fees are quoted person per day

Citizens – Age Group (Tsh) Non-citizens Age Groups (USD)
18 yrs + 5 – 17 yrs Below 5 yrs 18 yrs + 5 – 17 yrs Below 5 yrs
Entry Fee 2,000 1,000 0 10 5 0
Camping Fee (Established Campsite) 3,000 2,000 0 20 10 0
Camping Fee (Special/Fly Camping) 5,000 2,000 0 30 15 0
Activity Fees – Cyclings 5,000 NA NA 10 NA NA
Activity Fees – Horse ride/camel riding 10,000 NA NA 30 NA NA
Activity Fees – Night Game Drive 10,000 4,000 NA 20 10 0
Activity Fees – Bednight 5,000 5,000 5,000 15 15 15
Tare weight category Local Registration (TZ shillings) Foreign registration (US dollars)
Tare weight 2,000kg 10,000 10
Tare weight 2,001-3,000kg 15,000 20
Tare weight 3,001-7000kg 20,000 30
Tare weight 7,001-10,000kg 25,000 40
For a group of up to 3 people the cost is Tsh. 30,000 and for groups of 4 to 6 people the costs is Tsh. 50,000
For rangers to provide security for a group of up to 6 people 1 Ranger payable Tsh. 20,000
For rangers to provide security for a group of up to 12 people, 2 Rangers payable Tsh. 20,000 each