The legendary wild mustangs 2021
We will ride along the border between California and Nevada, in the Inoyo National Forest. We will camp in a beautiful clearing, from which we will start following the tracks of the wild Mustangs in their natural habitat. You will learn a lot about the social life of the herd and about the fauna and flora circumstance. There will be beautiful sunsets over the Sierra and the White Mountains as the cook prepares a tasty dinner on the fire. A true cowboy life experience!
Shared guaranteed departure dates, minimum 1 person departing from Italy
Additional departure dates on request all year round
PARTICIPANTS: MIN 6 MAX 20
Arrive independently to River Springs for the meeting with our guides at 8.00. You will be given a map of the places and you will be told the fascinating history of these beautiful horses. Once ready, all saddle up to the Pizona Springs area.
After having breakfast, departure on horseback in the area where we can observe the Mustangs in freedom. The guides will know how to give you lessons in ethology, explaining the behavior of the herd and their social structure.
After havingbreakfast, departure on horseback in the area where we can observe the Mustangs in freedom. The guides will know how to give you lessons in ethology, explaining the behavior of the herd and their social structure.
in the morning we will be on the saddle and after lunch return to River Springs around 4.00 pm.
Prices per person, starting from:
Shared departures, minimum 6 participants in tents - 22/05
Shared departures, minimum 6 participants in tents - 15/05
Shared departures, minimum 6 participants in tents
- 31/05 and 08/06 - special photography
|Any aereoportual taxes||To be paid locally|
(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner
Shared guaranteed departure dates, minimum 1 person departing from Italy:
Difficulty level: From ° to °°°°°
DURATION: 4 DAYS/ 3 NIGHTS
DIFFICULTY: °° (EASY /INTERMEDIATE)
ACCOMODITION:MOBILE TENT FIELD, BIVOUAC
HORSES: QUARTER HORSE
GAIT: From 2 to 6 H PER DAY ON THE SADDLE - Main pace is the pace due to the pack animals accompanying the caravan.
TYPE:Mobile base camp with mules and pack horses
Available tents of various sizes. Spartan bivouac without electric light and without running water. We will always camp near lakes and / or waterways (the use of soap is prohibited). There are no chemical services but only a hole not far from the field. The meals served are of fresh products, a simple but tasty cuisine.
NOTE:The itinerary described above is to be considered indicative. It could be subject to variations due to weather conditions or independent circumstances of our will and decided based on the movements of the herds. The departure dates of 31/05 and 08/06 are dedicated to photography enthusiasts.
EXCHANGE RATE 1 EUR = 1,08 USD
Changes in exchange rates with fluctuations greater than 3% will lead to an adjustment of costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure.
THE FEE INCLUDES
-All the meals as included in the program
-3 nights in bivouac(or 2 )
-3 giorni a cavallo/o 2 (da 2 a 6 ore al giorno)
-tax 3% + 8%
-Horses and equipment available -Expert guide of the English speaking territory, staff at the camp -Gadgets, luggage tags and various illustrative documentation -Insurance for medical assistance, medical repatriation and damage to luggage
The fee does NOT include
-intercontinental flights to / from Mammoth Lakes or Reno -Support nights -Transfer from / to the airport -Meals not mentioned, airport taxes, drinks, tips, personal extras alcoholic -Anything not highlighted in the item "the fee includes" -Supplementary insurance
Duration: 10 days / 9 nights
from € 3560 - Voli esclusi
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
from € 960 - Voli esclusi
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