Oreo, who was one of our first horses to arrive from South Africa, is a black spotted Appaloosa gelding who stands at around 16 hands. At just under 8 years old he is also a young chap but has been under saddle for at least 3 years and is an excellent horse to ride. Oreo loves trotting and is very comfortable.
Like Last Eagle, he is strong and can carry guests up to 95 kilos. Due to his beautiful coat and gentle nature Oreo is fast becoming a favourite with guests and the local children alike.
Moon is a lovely grey horse with dapple patches on his hind quarters.Meet Moon
Jay is a 5-year-old American painted horse crossed with a quarter horse.Meet Jay
The 2 ponies were brought in so we could start offering 40 minutes rides to children under the age of 12Meet Chocolate & Caramel
Willow is a young, tall 16’2 hands 5 year old appaloosa gelding who joined the stables in October 2019.Meet Willow
Safari is a 6 year old medium sized horse. He is the full brother of Buzz. Safari joined the Zanzibar horse club in October 2020Meet Safari
Sultan is an Arabian horse and at 4 years old is the youngest and naughtiest horse in the stable.Meet Sultan
Bob is a 7-year-old gelding and stands at around 14’2 hands; he was one of the 3 founding horses at the Zanzibar Horse Club.Meet Bob
Buzz is an 8-year-old gelding, he was bought from a stable on mainland. He is a fast horse that loves to gallop and is amongst one of our guest’s favourite horses.Meet Buzz
Crumble is an 8-year-old gelding and is the oldest horse in the stables. He is a beautiful Grey with a black mane.Meet Crumble
Lu Lu is a 8-year-old mare and is the “Princess of the stables”. She is a strong, reliable horse, although can sometimes be a bit lazy.Meet Lu lu
Due to the recent Covid 19 worldwide pandemic, to keep our guests and indeed our staff safe, we have made some changes to Safari By Z that we would like to make you aware. We believe that with careful planning and consideration by our staff and guests we can continue to provide the best hospitality services on safari. For now, this may be our new norm.
All our staff have received full training in health and safety-related to the COVID-19 virus and are required to be extra vigilant with their personal hygiene and daily routines.
Health condition of driver-guides will be monitored for not less than a week before being assigned to take clients on safari.
City transfer and safari vehicles will be regularly disinfected before picking up clients, especially the high-touch surfaces and seats.
Our meet and greet teams at airports will still be there to accompany guests into transfer vehicles. While our vehicles are already cleaned between transfers, they will now also be disinfected between each use.
To keep social distancing, safari vehicles with 4-window seats will be redesigned to take only 2 people in the passenger cabin. Safari vehicles with 6-window seats will still be available for families/group of friends wishing to travel together in one vehicle.
The driver-guide will be at hand to oversee guests observe the recommended physical distancing at park entry gates, picnic sites, and while checking in at accommodation facilities.
Each guest will receive their own adventure kit, which includes a Wildlife Guides' Journal, mini fan and hand sanitizers, as well as a pair of binoculars – all in cleaned before each new set of guests
The driver-guide will take necessary personal protection precautions at all times. Guests are encouraged to come with their own masks;
Please be assured that all our selection of partner properties we work with have their strict COVID-19 hygiene practises in place.
Tanzania wasn't Really affected by Covid 19 to the same extent as most other countries, especially those in Europe and South America.
However, we will keep the above measures in place for your peace of mind. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to welcoming you to the Tanzania for your African safari holiday of a lifetime.