Limpopo Horse Safaris offers safaris as the chance of a lifetime to see as much as possible of the Northern Tuli Game Reserve and Mashatu Game Reserve, an unparalleled equine adventure.
Lindy Hill has a passion for horses and people, which she has used around the world from Australia to South Africa, Mauritius, and now Botswana. As operations manager, she ensures that the horses you ride will suit you perfectly and that your safari will exceed your expectations.
Lloyd Gilespie is a FGASA qualified Big Five lead horse guide with 20 years of experience in the industry in Southern Africa. He has owned and operated Fishriver Horse Safaris, the Haven Horse Safaris, and In the Company of Horses. Lloyd is both a details man and a people person and makes sure everything behind the scenes is running to perfection.
West Mmanoko is a rare breed of man, a Motswana with a passion for and love of horses and conservation. West started with LHS in 2003 as a groom. Since 2006, with guidance and assistance from the team of highly experienced equestrians at LHS, West has become a lead guide and an inspiration to all his co-workers.
Tapelo (better known as Tips) is one of our back up guides. A quiet presence at the back of the ride, Tips goes out of his way to ensure that guests are well cared for and comfortable both on the rides and in camp. A gentle soul that loves to share his passion for the bush and the horses he works with.
David Cheno, long time lead guide, has been with LHS since 2004 and started lead guiding in 2009. He has a great sense of humor and responsibility and loves his horses.
Mmushi worked at LHS from 2004 until 2013 as a back-up guide. He then worked with African Horseback Safaris in the Okavango Delta for three years as a guide and assistant stable manager. Mmushi rejoined the LHS team in February 2016 to be close to his hometown and family. Mmushi is an excellent horseman with a warm and welcoming personality. He makes guests feel instantly at ease and has an incredible knowledge of the bush he gladly shares.
Mpho Serumola has worked at LHS since 2004 and has been a lead guide since 2015. He is a natural talent on a horse and a great help with schooling and keeping them fit. He is a quiet presence and very keen to teach you about the bush.
Tsaone is a long time groom and promoted in 2012 to assistant guide. He is a natural horseman and is a quiet presence at the back of the ride and well known for his excellent spotting talents.
from Netherlands, April 2018
Both locations (lodge and camp) are more than nice
Horses are in very good shape
Personnal really friendly and helpful
Rides are awesome
Owen is the best guide ever !!! Funny, interesting, giving a lot of explanations, ...
And bryn's cooking is just perfect
from Great Britain, May 2018
Loved everything amazing experie ces but galloping with giraffe's was the cherry on the cake