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Experience the robust and tölting icelandic horse - no matter your previous riding experience. Tryggvi Islandshestgård offers guided tours on Icelandic horses with different levels of experience, and the trails and speeds are adjusted to each level. They have offers suited for both adults and children, and for riders with zero riding experience as well as the advanced rider. In the summer season, you can often book longer tours, and through the rest of the year you can book 1-3 hour long tours. In addition to all this, Tryggvi Islandshestgård also provides riding lessons with an educated instructor, riding school, childrens riding and other horse related activities all year round. The tour guides all have long experience with Icelandic horses and gaited riding, and they know each horse very well - that way they will be able to find a horse suited to each rider's needs. Almost everyone, from the age of 3 to 80, can join a guided tour - although the riders weight must not exceed 95 kilos. All tours must be booked in advance through the website. Tryggvi Islandshestgård organise guided tours every weekend and school holiday, and through the summer holiday they organise several tours almost every day. Does it sound tempting to join a guided tour in nature with the wonderful Icelandic horses? To get to Tryggvi Islandshestgård, you can arrive by plane at Stavanger International Airport, Sola, by ferry from Denmark, or by train, bus or car to Stavanger/Sandnes. If you do not have a car to take you all the way to the farm, you can take the train or bus from Stavanger to Sandnes/Ganddal, and then bus no. 22 from Sandnes/Ganddal towards Kvernaland - the bus stop closest to the farm is Vaglemoen. You can also walk from the train station/bus stop at Ganddal, which takes approximately 20 minutes.

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From:
NOK 330

Contact

Address:
  • Tryggvi Islandshestgård, Vaglemoen 12
  • 4323 Sandnes
Phone:
91 87 14 97
Email:
post@tryggvi.no
Website:
www.tryggvi.no

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