After the first night staying in the comfort of the XVI Century Taramona Farm House where you will begin your adventure.
Setting off on horseback, you will be riding old cattle-driving routes and bridle ways - paths carefully chosen by George. These are tracks that aren’t open to the public, so you’ll soon say goodbye to cars and indeed people. Before long, you’ll be immersed in the extraordinary landscape and biodiversity of the natural park. There will be oak and cork trees, dramatic and sometime spiky undergrowth, unbelievably colourful wild flowers (if you join us in Spring), birds of prey (among them, eagles, griffon and black vultures, flycatchers and bee-eaters) red and fallow deer, wild boar and, if you are lucky, the Iberian lynx (one of the rarest cats in the world). Time will slow down and, with luck, you’ll forget all about the racing demands of the 21st Century.
You will spend your second night in a traditional unrestored farmhouse, where dinner will be served by candlelight. From then on, you’ll sleep in George´s magnificent Rajasthani safari tents. (inspired by his time in Jodhpur) These subsequent nights will be totally out of this world – with traditional Andalucian food cooked over fires, candles and oil lamps dotted around the camp, flamenco gypsies playing wild music and the chance to sit or dance under one of the most unpolluted night skies on earth.
After an exhilarating morning ride, you´ll break for lunch in a spot chosen for its beauty or stunning views and enjoy a lavish picnic.
On one day you might even be joined by a horsedrawn carriage, laden with lunchtime delicacies, parked in yet another outstandingly beautiful viewpoint.
But above all this, we guarantee you have a few wonderful days will never forget. An utterly enchanting and truly unique adventure, full of laughter and safely guided through the glories and drama of the Spanish countryside.
Pit stops with sherry, Jamon iberico and other locally sourced delicacies will be served in different spots chosen for their beauty and stunning views. Beautifully set up picnic lunches in the middle of nowhere. On one day you’ll even be joined by a horse-drawn carriage, laden with lunchtime treats, parked in yet another outstandingly beautiful viewpoint.
In the evening, you will enjoy a magnificent feast of traditional Andalucian food cooked over fires, accompanied by organic wines of the area – with candles and oil lamps dotted around the camp and flamenco gypsies playing wild music.