Going on a Horse Safari

People always ask what I do for a living and as this question is getting repeated over and over again, it seems my answer is never satisfying. Three years ago I started creating my dream job. Because if you will never try, you will never know, right? Mixing the 5 things I like the most: horses, traveling, fashion, events and marketing. That’s how Equestrian Lifestyle became lively. The blog started as a hobby, to share my passion for fashion and horses. Today, the blog has developed itselves into a company. What a crazy journey it has been. So many business opportunities came my way and I got the chance to meet so many lovely people across the world who share the same interests.

The subject of the blog was never about me or my life, but always about the brands, products and events I liked and promoted. Maybe it’s time to share a little more about me, because personality seems to be the reason why people follow others on social media and blogs 🙂coffee zebra sunglasses donut cupcakeIn the past years, I had the chance to fly around the world to create the content for this blog. Traveling has been part of my job and within one month I am on a plane to South Africa to go on a Horse Safari with the team of African Horse Safari’s.

As this trip will be an amazing experience, I will take you with me through daily blog- and videoposts from South Africa.

So you will get a glimpse of the (best parts of the) job of an equestrian blogger.

All the blogpost from South Africa will also be translated in French and Dutch.
Counting the days…D-30  (23rd until 28th November)horse and rhino


  1. November 6, 2016 / 3:57 am

    Oh my goodness, I cannot wait to see more! Us bloggers really do have the best jobs, right?

    • Equestrian Lifestyle
      November 13, 2016 / 5:16 pm

      Indeed !!

  2. Milly
    September 27, 2017 / 3:40 pm

    This blog is such an excellent and fun read, very inspiring for anyone who wants to achieve their dream job. As a horse lover, I’ve always wanted to go on a horse safari, it looks like one of the most exciting and coolest things you could possibly experience with your horse. I am especially jealous of the fact you’re doing what you love in South Africa. I came across a fun and informal blog post which you might find helpful and beneficial for keeping yourself and your horse safe in the heat. Here’s the link featuring different safety precautions, http://www.oliviasworld.co.uk/10-safety-precautions-bear-in-mind-for-summer-horse-riding.

    • Equestrian Lifestyle
      January 1, 2018 / 1:56 pm

      Thank you so much !
      Happy Newyear xxx

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