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Saskatchewan: equestrian stay in the River Valley 2021

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Saskatchewan: equestrian stay in the River Valley 2021

A true “escape from the city” experience … a week immersed in Canadian nature living the life of a working ranch. Long rides in nature, meals cooked on the fire and new friends that you will remember for life. Amid the rolling hills and beautiful landscape of the Saskatchewan River valley, this quaint working ranch sits directly on the shores of Lake Diefenbaker; a leap into the past that will make you believe you are in a western movie of the past. This land is a continuous alternation of prairies in contrast with canyons, hills and the sandy beach of the lake. With almost 12 km of lakefront, it is a perfect place to immerse yourself in serenity, living an authentic experience away from the chaos of the city.

Departure dates on request, minimum 1 person departing from Italy from MAY to OCTOBER with arrival on Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

PARTICIPANTS: MIN 1 MAX 14

1° day

ITALY / SASKATOON (- / - / D)

Expect an arrival between 12.00 and 19.00 at Saskatoon International Airport (YXE) on Mondays, Thursdays or Saturdays. Transfer to the ranch, dinner and overnight in a double bungalow.

2° day

SASKATOON (B/L/D)

We will spend long days oin the saddle. After a substantial "western" style breakfast, we will ride exploring the property, checking the livestock and spotting deer, owls, foxes, coyotes and with a little luck the golden eagle.
For beginners, it will be possible to have some basic western riding lessons before trying their hand at some out-of-town outings.
Depending on the desire and equestrian skills, participants will be able to help in the daily corvé, without neglecting a little relaxation around the fire or noticing in the lake.
In summer, when the nights are milder, we can load up the horses to spend a night in the bivouac under the stars.
When you are not in the saddle there are still many activities available: swimming in Lake Diefenbaker or relaxing along its sandy shores, rowing and canoeing, water skiing and fishing.

In the surroundings it is possible to attend rodeos (to be booked at the ranch), admire the areas of Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh, and Great Sand Hills, a semi-desert dune area that suddenly appears in a valley (guided tours yes can book directly on site).

Activities on the ranch break down as follows:
OPENING OF THE SEASON (FROM 21 TO 28 MAY), calf birth assistance, fence control.
LIVESTOCK MEETING AND MARKING (FROM MAY 28 TO JUNE 6), the most important moment in the life of the ranch is the branding of the cattle, you also learn to pull with a lasso.
MEETING (FROM 3 TO 10 OCTOBER) at the end of the season, the cattle are gathered and from the summer pastures they return to the ranch to spend the winter.

3° day

SASKATOON (B/L/D)

We will spend long days on the saddle. After a substantial "western" style breakfast, we will ride exploring the property, checking the livestock and spotting deer, owls, foxes, coyotes and with a little luck the golden eagle.
For beginners, it will be possible to have some basic western riding lessons before trying their hand at some out-of-town outings.
Depending on the desire and equestrian skills, participants will be able to help in the daily corvé, without neglecting a little relaxation around the fire or noticing in the lake.
In summer, when the nights are milder, we can load up the horses to spend a night in the bivouac under the stars.
When you are not on the saddle there are still many activities available: swimming in Lake Diefenbaker or relaxing along its sandy shores, rowing and canoeing, water skiing and fishing.

In the surroundings it is possible to attend rodeos (to be booked at the ranch), admire the areas of Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh, and Great Sand Hills, a semi-desert dune area that suddenly appears in a valley (guided tours yes can book directly on site).

Activities on the ranch break down as follows:
OPENING OF THE SEASON (FROM 21 TO 28 MAY), calf birth assistance, fence control.
LIVESTOCK MEETING AND MARKING (FROM MAY 28 TO JUNE 6), the most important moment in the life of the ranch is the branding of the cattle, you also learn to pull with a lasso.
MEETING (FROM 3 TO 10 OCTOBER) at the end of the season, the cattle are gathered and from the summer pastures they return to the ranch to spend the winter.

4° day

SASKATOON (B/L/D)

We will spend long days on the saddle. After a substantial "western" style breakfast, we will ride exploring the property, checking the livestock and spotting deer, owls, foxes, coyotes and with a little luck the golden eagle.
For beginners, it will be possible to have some basic western riding lessons before trying their hand at some out-of-town outings.
Depending on the desire and equestrian skills, participants will be able to help in the daily corvé, without neglecting a little relaxation around the fire or noticing in the lake.
In summer, when the nights are milder, we can load up the horses to spend a night in the bivouac under the stars.
When you are not in the saddle there are still many activities available: swimming in Lake Diefenbaker or relaxing along its sandy shores, rowing and canoeing, water skiing and fishing.

In the surroundings it is possible to attend rodeos (to be booked at the ranch), admire the areas of Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh, and Great Sand Hills, a semi-desert dune area that suddenly appears in a valley (guided tours yes can book directly on site).

Activities on the ranch break down as follows:
OPENING OF THE SEASON (FROM 21 TO 28 MAY), calf birth assistance, fence control.
LIVESTOCK MEETING AND MARKING (FROM MAY 28 TO JUNE 6), the most important moment in the ranch life is the branding of the cattle, you also learn to pull with a lasso.
MEETING (FROM 3 TO 10 OCTOBER) at the end of the season, the cattle are gathered and from the summer pastures they return to the ranch to spend the winter.

5° day

SASKATOON (B/L/D)

We will spend long days on the saddle. After a substantial "western" style breakfast, we will ride exploring the property, checking the livestock and spotting deer, owls, foxes, coyotes and with a little luck the golden eagle.
For beginners, it will be possible to have some basic western riding lessons before trying their hand at some out-of-town outings.
Depending on the desire and equestrian skills, participants will be able to help in the daily corvé, without neglecting a little relaxation around the fire or noticing in the lake.
In summer, when the nights are milder, we can load up the horses to spend a night in the bivouac under the stars.
When you are not on the saddle there are still many activities available: swimming in Lake Diefenbaker or relaxing along its sandy shores, rowing and canoeing, water skiing and fishing.

In the surroundings it is possible to attend rodeos (to be booked at the ranch), admire the areas of Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh, and Great Sand Hills, a semi-desert dune area that suddenly appears in a valley (guided tours yes can book directly on site).

Activities on the ranch break down as follows:
OPENING OF THE SEASON (FROM 21 TO 28 MAY), calf birth assistance, fence control.
LIVESTOCK MEETING AND MARKING (FROM MAY 28 TO JUNE 6), the most important moment in the life of the ranch is the branding of the cattle, you also learn to pull with a lasso.
MEETING (FROM 3 TO 10 OCTOBER) at the end of the season, the cattle are gathered and from the summer pastures they return to the ranch to spend the winter.

6° day

SASKATOON (B/L/D)

We will spend long days on the saddle. After a substantial "western" style breakfast, we will ride exploring the property, checking the livestock and spotting deer, owls, foxes, coyotes and with a little luck the golden eagle.
For beginners, it will be possible to have some basic western riding lessons before trying their hand at some out-of-town outings.
Depending on the desire and equestrian skills, participants will be able to help in the daily corvé, without neglecting a little relaxation around the fire or noticing in the lake.
In summer, when the nights are milder, we can load up the horses to spend a night in the bivouac under the stars.
When you are not in the saddle there are still many activities available: swimming in Lake Diefenbaker or relaxing along its sandy shores, rowing and canoeing, water skiing and fishing.

In the surroundings it is possible to attend rodeos (to be booked at the ranch), admire the areas of Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh, and Great Sand Hills, a semi-desert dune area that suddenly appears in a valley (guided tours yes can book directly on site).

Activities on the ranch break down as follows:
OPENING OF THE SEASON (FROM 21 TO 28 MAY), calf birth assistance, fence control.
LIVESTOCK MEETING AND MARKING (FROM MAY 28 TO JUNE 6), the most important moment in the life of the ranch is the branding of the cattle, you also learn to pull with a lasso.
MEETING (FROM 3 TO 10 OCTOBER) at the end of the season, the cattle are gathered and from the summer pastures they return to the ranch to spend the winter.

7° day

SASKATOON (B/L/D)

We will spend long days on the saddle. After a substantial "western" style breakfast, we will ride exploring the property, checking the livestock and spotting deer, owls, foxes, coyotes and with a little luck the golden eagle.
For beginners, it will be possible to have some basic western riding lessons before trying their hand at some out-of-town outings.
Depending on the desire and equestrian skills, participants will be able to help in the daily corvé, without neglecting a little relaxation around the fire or noticing in the lake.
In summer, when the nights are milder, we can load up the horses to spend a night in the bivouac under the stars.
When you are not on the saddle there are still many activities available: swimming in Lake Diefenbaker or relaxing along its sandy shores, rowing and canoeing, water skiing and fishing.

In the surroundings it is possible to attend rodeos (to be booked at the ranch), admire the areas of Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh, and Great Sand Hills, a semi-desert dune area that suddenly appears in a valley (guided tours yes can book directly on site).

Activities on the ranch break down as follows:
OPENING OF THE SEASON (FROM 21 TO 28 MAY), calf birth assistance, fence control.
LIVESTOCK MEETING AND MARKING (FROM MAY 28 TO JUNE 6), the most important moment in the ranch life is the branding of the cattle, you also learn to pull with a lasso.
MEETING (FROM 3 TO 10 OCTOBER) at the end of the season, the cattle are gathered and from the summer pastures they return to the ranch to spend the winter.

8° day

SASKATOON / ITALY (B / - / -)

After breakfast, transfer to Saskatoon airport between 6.00 and 14.00.

Tariff per person, starting from:

DepartureDoubleSupplement single
From 1 May 2021 to 31 October 2021€ 1,530€ 400

Notes

(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner

  • Price per night in double room (minimum 2 nights):
€ 160
  • Child rate with 2 adults – 7 nights – (8-11 years):
€ 890
  • Child rate with 2 adults – 7 nights – (4-7 years):
€ 730
  • Child rate 0- 4:
FREE

Difficulty level: From ° to °°°°°

 DURATION: 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS

DIFFICULTY: FROM ° TO °°° (FROM EASY TO INTERMEDIATE)

ACCOMMODATION: WORKING RANCH

EQUIPMENT: WESTERN

HORSES: QUARTER HORSE and PAINT

GAIT: FROM 5 TO 7 HOURS PER DAY ON THE SADDLE, gaits based on the rider’s ability. Everyone can participate in the various daily corvés according to their equestrian level. The desire to take care of the saddling / unsaddling of your horse is appreciated.

MINIMUM AGE : 6 years

MAXIMUM WEIGHT : 90 Kg

TYPE : equestrian stay in working ranch

ACCOMMODATION:

The working ranch is located in the Cabri Regional Park and Prairie National Wildlife Area in Canada’s Saskatchewan region, north of Montana and North Dakota.

It offers its guests 6 comfortable Western-style furnished bungalows with private bathroom. After a day on horseback there is nothing better than a dip in the heated pool or in the lake in front of the ranch.

Guests have access to a saloon for after dinner, with billiards, darts and country music. Surrounding Area White bear Saloon.

If you want to immerse yourself in nature, the ranch does not have Wi-Fi and telephone coverage is often poor. There is no television or telephone in the rooms.

Home cooking from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8. The atmosphere is familiar and meals are eaten together, telling the stories of the day.

Lunch is often eaten around the fire during the day on the saddle.

Please report allergies or requests for vegetarian / vegan menus.

Note: The itinerary described above is to be considered indicative. It may be subject to variations due to weather conditions or circumstances beyond our control. Minimum stay 2 nights except in July and August which is 7 nights.

Exchange rate 1 EUR = 1.08 USD

Exchange rate variations with fluctuations greater than 3% will result in an adjustment of costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure.


The tariff includes

  • All meals as per program
  • Transfers to / from Saskatoon Airport (minimum 2 person)
  • 7 nights in a bungalow
  • 6 days on horseback (5-7 hours a day)
  • various activities at the ranch
  • Horses and equipment available
  • Expert guide of the English speaking territory
  • Compulsory taxes of 0.9% + 5%
  • Gadgets, luggage tags and various illustrative documentation
  • Insurance for medical assistance, medical repatriation and damage to luggage

The tariff does not include

  • Intercontinental flights to / from Saskatoon (YXE)
  • Supplement for transfer with 1 person (50 usd)
  • Alcoholic
  • Optional excursions and guided tours
  • Meals not mentioned, airport taxes, drinks, tips, personal extras
  • Anything not highlighted in the item “the fee includes”
  • Supplementary insurance
  • Any airport taxes To be paid locally
  • Registration fee € 95

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Go World S.r.l.
via Canale, 22 - 60125 Ancona
P.IVA, CF 02763050420 R.E.A. AN 213201
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