T’Niqua Stable Inn Equestrian Activities 

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Equestrian activities in Plett - Horse trails and riding lessons

T’Niqua Stable Inn Equestrian Activities

Set in the picturesque Plettenberg Bay region, T’Niqua Equestrian Farm is surrounded by fynbos and gorgeous views of the Robberg Coastal Corridor and our lovely horses eagerly await your arrival.

All our horses are well-schooled and the weight limit is 120kg for riders.

We offer a variety of equestrian activities that include the following:

  • Lessons: R 150.00 for an hour
  • Trail Rides: R 250.00 for an hour
  • Carriage Rides: R 150.00 per person for a minimum of 2 people and R 50.00 per person additional
  • Ice Cream Rides: R 400.00 per person – Includes a 2.5 hour trail ride as well as homemade ice cream

Picnic Basket for 2 or more people can be added to trail and carriage rides.

Riding for the disabled is also available as well as wedding and function photoshoots with our beautiful Percherons.

Our Shetland pony, Marshmallow, has a very unique talent of rolling out a red carpet for all your red carpet needs. This very special skill makes any wedding or function a memorable one!

For more information regarding the above, please contact us directly on +27 83 996 0000 / info@tniqua.co.za.



The History of T’Niqua

T’Niqua is set in a beautiful coastal fynbos region of the Garden Route in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.

Come, relax and explore the surrounds.

In August 2012, Michiel and Bettina fell in love with the stunning ocean views of the protected cliff-lined coastal fynbos corridor in Plettenberg Bay. Having purchased their piece of Africa, they brought their love of their Percheron Draft Horses into the design of what has become an award winning Lodge.

The Main Guest House was built in 2013, rustic but classy with a horse theme throughout. Michiel’s beautiful creativity is seen all around this beautiful property. The newer Stable Lodge was added in 2017 and the Munching Cowboy Restaurant area has been expanded as recently as 2021.

The accommodation and dining buildings are surrounded by paddocks for the beloved horses, which now include some smaller ponies for rides as well as the ever-mischievous Marshmallow – a tiny Shetland Pony who loves invading unattended picnic baskets.